Germany's Slave Labor

Reveille, Thomas
August 1941
New Republic;8/11/41, Vol. 105 Issue 6, p177
Focuses on the slave nature of the work that is to be done by subjugated people. Report that members of the inferior race became the first mechanical tools in the service of a growing Kultur. Employment of laborers from neighboring countries for seasonal agricultural work; Adoption of compulsory and permanent duty by alien workers in Germany; Scarcity of labor in Germany; Discussion on conditions of work and pay of the prisoners of War in Germany.


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