WHEN was Heinrich Bruning
appointed Chancellor of the |German Reich?
German Chancellor Angela Merkel also could have learned a lesson closer to home: It was the austerity policies enacted by Chancellor Heinrich Bruning
in the early 1930s that plunged Germany deeper into depression and paved the way for the Nazi takeover.
Sections of the Vatican Secret Archives opened to scholars in September 2006 enable Ventresca to reveal Secretary of State Pacelli's reservations toward the Weimar Republic, especially its efforts to maintain a centrist government and the anger of one of the Catholic Center Party's leaders, Heinrich Bruning
(chancellor, 1930-32), toward Pacelli for urging compromise with Hitler to gain a concordat with the government.
An Ishida multihead weigher capable of handling a variety of hard and sticky ingredients has enabled German snack food manufacturer Heinrich Bruning to cut giveaway of expensive ingredients to just 0.
Heinrich Bruning GmbH makes many tons of Studentenfutter each day at its Hamburg factory, This popular snack, so called because students nibble it while revising, has ingredients which differ greatly in size, form and hardness: raisins, cashews, Parana nuts, almonds, walnuts and hazel-nuts.
The son of a Prussian district judge, he became price commissioner in the government of Heinrich Bruning
and remained in office when Hitler came to power in 1933.
Another gem of political analysis concerns Heinrich Bruning
, the steely, pragmatic Catholic Center chancellor who ruled Germany by decree from 1930 to 1932.
and the Dissolution of the Weimar Republic, by William L.
This insight should have been common knowledge; it was, after all, a major lesson of the austerity policies of President Herbert Hoover in the United States and Chancellor Heinrich Bruning
in Weimar Germany in the early 1930s.
, their choice to replace Muller, would govern by enacting presidential decrees rather than securing a parliamentary majority for measures deemed necessary to overcome the country's profound socio-pofitical malaise: massive unemployment and Hitler's National Socialists growing in strength with each election.