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Economic Enterprises under Rimmler. AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SUPPLIES In organising agriculture and food supplies in Eastern Europe the Germans faced their most complicated and vital problems in the territories they controlled, since the final yield of the land depended ultimately on the 10 Communist Power in Europe 1944 ~ 1949 decisions of thousands of individual peasant producers. Under the conditions of relative wartime scarcity which prevailed, the producers had every incentive to maintain their own consumption and that of their livestock at the highest possible levels, while the object of the authorities was to hold down rural consumption as near as possible to the urban level provided that this did not destroy the incentive of producers to deliver supplies to the towns.

AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SUPPLIES In organising agriculture and food supplies in Eastern Europe the Germans faced their most complicated and vital problems in the territories they controlled, since the final yield of the land depended ultimately on the 10 Communist Power in Europe 1944 ~ 1949 decisions of thousands of individual peasant producers. Under the conditions of relative wartime scarcity which prevailed, the producers had every incentive to maintain their own consumption and that of their livestock at the highest possible levels, while the object of the authorities was to hold down rural consumption as near as possible to the urban level provided that this did not destroy the incentive of producers to deliver supplies to the towns.

The pattern of trade in agricultural products, notably grains, underwent significant changes, particularly after I94I. Germany was overwhelmingly the most important importer of foodstuffs from Eastern Europe, but the amounts she was able to obtain depended in large measure on her ability to control supplies at source rather than on market prices. Thus Germany's imports of grain from her traditional suppliers in southeast Europe, all grain surplus countries, were well maintained in the case of the Banat area ofYugoslavia, but fell off sharply from Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria, although substantial stocks were later requisitioned in Hungary after the occupation of March I944· On the other hand substantial imports were obtained from Poland and even from the Protectorate of Bohemia-Moravia, which were not normally big grain surplus areas.

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