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Wohnungspolitik im Nationalsozialismus. (German)

  • Academic Journal
  • Zeitschrift für Sozialreform; okt1999, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p843-879, 37p
  • The article discusses housing policy in Nazi Germany, which involved the seizure of public resources, industrial settlement housing, and promotion of small home building. The housing was controlled through renter and rent rate protection, tenant selection and segregation, and tenant "cleansing." The breakup of densely populated urban centers was attempted. Housing shortages were extreme. Jewish tenants were forced from their homes.
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Housing Policy under National Socialism. (English)