Labor on Foreign Fronts

September 1942
New Republic;9/7/42, Vol. 107 Issue 10, p283
Presents information about the conditions of labor across the world. Information that conscription of labor in Norway, which was threatened for many months and several times postponed, has been put into effect; Attitude of the Germans towards the workers; Public statement of sympathy with the Norwegian clergy, made by the Archbishop of Finland; Unemployment caused by the Danish economy in Denmark; Protest by the Danish newspaper "Faedrelandet," which is financed by the Nazis, of the bad treatment received from customs officials by Danish workers who are crossing the border to work in Germany; Claim that German authorities in France recently polled 10,000 railway workers, asking for volunteers for transportation work in Germany.


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