Labor on Foreign Fronts

June 1942
New Republic;6/29/42, Vol. 106 Issue 26, p893
Focuses on the status of labor in foreign countries. Retrenchment of French labors by the closing of 1,3000 factories; Announcement made by Nazis that 3,000,000 Hollanders wanted to establish a Dutch colony in the Soviet Union; Protest against the Dutch regulation by a Dutch newspaper which compelled Dutch employers to pay employees who were being laid off 50 to 60 percent of their wages during their employment period; Statement that plans are being made to stop the state subsidies for the waiting money, in order to induce the workers affected to look for work in Germany.


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