Inside Germany Today

Franke, Vera
June 1943
New Republic;6/28/43, Vol. 108 Issue 26, p852
Focuses on the employment of a million of workers in the war industry and practice of a policy of total mobilization in Germany. Closure of all commercial firms and stores, restaurants and bars not vital to the war effort; Rationalization and standardization of banks and insurance companies; Campaign organized by the German Labor Front directed at German women who prefer office work to work in the factories; Views of Theodore Schupfauer, high official of the Labor Front on long working hours at war plants; Information on working conditions at war plants and the quality of food served to workers; Statistics related to hourly wages; Opposition of Nazi policies by German intellectuals.


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