Die Friedrich-List-Gesellschaft (FLG) und der Nationalsozialismus
In: List Forum Band 31
The forerunner of today's List Gesellschaft has been the Friedrich-List-Gesellschaft (FLG), which existed from 1925 till 1934. After the dissolving, Hermann Brügelmann handed down the history of this renowed scientific society in a typoscript of nearly 600 pages. Due to the highly explosive political subject the author and the co-signatures gave the order that the manuscript is given free for publishing not before 30 years. In fact it has been published in 1965 in a book, however in a shortened form. One of the most interesting and remarkable chapters is concerning to the ideological controverse of the board-members with the National Socialism. This Chapter is published in this essay for the first time in the authentic and unbridged form.(Original text only available in german language)
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