Willibald Schulze

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Willibald Schulze was a German writer who belonged to the Nazi Party.

Work[edit]

Willibald Schulze hailed Proudhon as the Wegweiser of the Third Reich for he repudiated revolutionary socialism, interest capital and parliamentarianism. He asserted that Proudhon was nearest to National Socialism.

Writings of Schulze[edit]

  • Ottomar Beta: Der Schlüssel zu Goethe's "Faust": (Old Iniquity). Edited by Willibald Schulze, Leipzig 1924.
  • "Nicht Eigentum, sondern Besitz!", in Hammer. Blätter für Deutschen Sinn, Vol. XXX, 699/700, August 1931, p. 202-205.
  • "Proudhon", in Hammer. Blätter für deutschen Sinn, Vol. XXX, 93/694, Mai 1931, p. 113-120.
  • "Volkswirtschaft ohne Geld?", in Hammer. Blätter für deutschen Sinn, Vol. XXX, 701/702, September 1931, p. 229-231.
  • Der Weltsinn der Technik. Leipzig: Armanen-Verl., 1935.
  • "War Proudhon Anarchist?", Deutschlands Erneuerung, XXIII, (1939), p. 14 - 21.

References[edit]

  • Schapiro; J. Salwyn; Liberalism and the Challenge of Fascism: Social Forces in England and France, 1815-1870, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., NY, 1949. pg 368. OCLC 946369