Labor on Foreign Fronts

July 1942
New Republic;7/20/42, Vol. 107 Issue 3, p85
Reports that the Berlin Radio has announced that fourteen "former Communists and Marxists" were condemned to death by the court in Mannheim and executed. Implications of the announcement in regard to the German labor; Charges imposed on the executed workers; Provisions of the labor conscription law in Germany; Appointment of Fritz Sauckel, former Gauleiter of Thuringia, as director of the Manpower Department of the Four Year Plan.


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