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The attached article first appeared in THE LITERARY DIGEST of October 31, 1936 and reported that Hermann Goering (1893 1946), Hitler's number two man in the German Reich, had been named "Economic Dictator":

"'Uncle' Hermann to the masses, 'Our' Hermann to the army and big business, Col. Gen. Hermann Wilhelm Goering last week became economic dictator and virtual Vice-Chancellor of the Third Reich."

"Adolf Hitler dropped into his brawny, outstretched arms full power to carry out the gigantic plan which aims at making the Nazi State economically self-sufficient [in four years]."

     


Hermann Goering Named as 'Economic Dictator' (Literary Digest, 1936)

Hermann Goering Named as 'Economic Dictator' (Literary Digest, 1936)

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