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A magazine review of John Maynard Keynes book, "A Revision of the Treaty" (1922). The reviewer wrote that "it lacks the prophetic fire of it's author's earlier book, "The Economic Consequences of the Peace", but continues the argument of that book:

"Mr. Keynes claims that almost everyone now has come around to his point of view. We practically all recognize, he says, the over-severity of the reparation clauses written into the Versailles Treaty."

The German economist who made the Reich's rearmament possible was named Hjalmar Schacht, click here to read about him...

From Amazon: The Economic Consequences of the Peace


John Maynard Keynes on the Versailles Treaty (Current Opinion, 1922)

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