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War Economy “War economy,” wrote the German national economist Franz Eulenburg in 1916, is “the national economy in a state of war.” This means that it does not follow its own principles, so there is no war economy. It represents rather “a quite specific modification of the general economy” that was subject to “important disturbances, direct and indirect,” because of the war. Such disturbances of the peacetime economy in production and consumption and in markets and prices, F. Eulenburg, “Zur Theorie der

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