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Die Lage der Weltwirtschaft und der Gang der Wirtschaftspolitik in den letzten drei Jahren
Verlag der Kommunistischen Internationale (Hamburger Volkszeitung), Hamburg 1922 - First edition. In original paper. 32 p. With (2): Varga, Jen? (Eugen Samuilovich Varga): Mit adott Németországnak a "Totális Mozgósítás"? [What "Total Mobilization" Gave To Germany?] Moszkva, 1943. Idegennyelv? Irodalmi Kiadó (Iskra Revolucija). 19, (1) p. First edition. In original paper. Printed in 3200 copies. In fine condition. A research on the effects of the statute on "total mobilization" in Germany, that has been enacted on January 22, 1943 as a result of the loss of man and munitions of the Winter Campaign of 1942-1943. With (3): Varga, Jen? (Eugen Samuilovich Varga): Az imperializmus gazdasági bírálata. (A Huszadik Század Könyvtára 59.) [A Critic of Imperialism in Economical Approach. (Library of "Huszadik Század" No. 59.)] Budapest, 1916. Politzer Zsigmond és fia (Márkus Samu). 26 p. Offprint of "Huszadik Század". In original paper. In fine condition. The study was first published in "Huszadik Század" (Twentieth Century) which was the review of the "Galilei Circle" the group of leftist, progressive, revolutionary Hungarian intellectual youth of the early decades of the twentieth century. With (4): Varga, Jen? (Eugen Samuilovich Varga): Hogyan lehet munka nélkül megélni? A munkanélküli jövedelem eredete. Írta --. (Szocialista agitációs iratok 10. szám.) [How To Live with No Job? The Origins of Unemployment benefits. By --. (Sources of Socialist Agitiation No. 10.)] Budapest, 1919. Népszava-könyvkereskedés. 16 p. First edition. Published unbound. With the emblem of the publisher on cover, the famous "red man with hammer" that was designed by Mihály Biró. In fine condition. Four scarce works on economics and politics by Jen? Varga (Eugen Samuilovich; 1879--1964) the Hungarian born Marxist economist. During the time of the Hungarian Soviet Republic he served as People's Commissar of Finance. After the fall of the régime he fled to Vienna and in 1920 to the Soviet Union and started working for the Comintern. In 1930 he became Stalin's economic adviser. During World War II he advised the Soviet Government in matters of post-war reparations. He attended the Potsdam Conference as an expert. Waterstaing throughout. Otherwise a good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
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