The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money – Dec 13, 1935
J. M. Keynes 1939 (pre-war) radio address on the beginning of The Grand Experiment…
The Economic Consequences of the Peace
“[…] We have been moved already beyond endurance, and need rest. Never in the lifetime of men now living has the universal element in the soul of man burnt so dimly.”
John Maynard Keynes, Nov 1919.
John Maynard Keynes Explains Cure to High Unemployment in His Own Voice. (1939)
OpenCulture, Jun 21, 2012
On May 23, 1939, just a day after signing the “Pact of Steel”, Hitler held a speech before his top military commanders, starting by noting Danzig as a means to engage Poland in a war to gain Lebensraum (“living space”) for the German people; fixing Germany’s economy would be “impossible without invading other countries or attacking other people’s possessions.”