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Foreign labor in Nazi Germany

Edward L. Homze

Foreign labor in Nazi Germany

by Edward L. Homze

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton .
Written in English


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StatementEdward L. Homze.
The Physical Object
Pagination350p. ;
Number of Pages350
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18149851M
ISBN 100691051186

Buy Hitler's Foreign Workers: Enforced Foreign Labor in Germany Under the Third Reich 1st Edition by Herbert, Ulrich (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ulrich Herbert. Presents the history of foreign labor in Germany during the war years, highlighting the Nazi regime’s dependence on such labor to maintain munitions production. Contrasts the less onerous tasks and milder treatment given to foreign workers from Western Europe with the harsh treatment given to “racially inferior” Eastern European laborers.

Thus, obvious flaws in the Nazi ideology are evident in regards to women and employment during this time in Germany's history that repeatedly show themselves throughout the book. Furthermore, this book delves into the spectrum of women’s organizations (both pro and against the Nazi’s), and the socialization and education of women and girls. Few of these Deutsche Arbeitsfront (DAF or German Labor Front) primers survived World War II! This rare /8 x 5-¾ inch, illustrated page softcover Fibel für den ausländischen Arbeiter in Deutschland (Primer for Foreign Workers in Germany) by Felix B. Kämmerer was published by the Verlag der Deutschen Arbeitsfront in Berlin in , when the need to replace German workers who had gone.

  Nazi Germany as a travel destination: A new book explores how Hitler duped tourists When ambassadors and tycoons toured the labor camps to .   It's a kind of book readers have seen before – "The Coming of the Third Reich," by Richard Evans, for instance, or "What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, and Everyday Life in Nazi Germany" by Eric.


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Foreign labor in Nazi Germany by Edward L. Homze Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Nazi foreign labor program was no exception, but this twentieth-century example does illustrate the scope, methods, results, and weaknesses of a totalitarian regime. The entire Nazi world was reflected in the program—the inherent anomalies in the Nazi ideology, the fierce struggle for power among the leaders, the ever-changing war.

OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Foreign labor and German mobilization for war --Poland: laboratory for the foreign labor program --The voluntary labor program for Europe () --The Russian war and labor --The reorganization of the German war economy --Sauckel plans an empire --Spreading the net: the four Sauckel actions --The paradox of the.

During World War II, Germany recruited over eight million foreign laborers from her allies, the neutral countries, and the occupied territories.

This book describes the inception, organization, and administration of the Nazi foreign labor program and its relationship to the over-all economy and government.

Originally published in Format: Hardcover. During World War II, Germany recruited over eight million foreign laborers from her allies, the neutral countries, and the occupied territories.

This book describes the inception, organization, and administration of the Nazi foreign labor program and its relationship to the over-all economy and government.

Originally published in Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Princeton Legacy Library: Foreign Labor in Nazi Germany by Edward L. Homze (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. During World War II, Germany recruited over eight million foreign laborers from her allies, the neutral countries, and the occupied territories.

This book describes the inception, organization, and administration of the Nazi foreign labor program and its relationship to the over-all Foreign labor in Nazi Germany book and government.

Originally published in Pages:   In Germany of all great countries came the nearest to being a paradise for organized labor. To be sure, it was definitely capitalist and neither the Social Democratic Party nor the Free trade unions associated with them seemed likely to make it anything else in the near future.

But within the limits of capitalism, German labor enjoyed not merely in theory, but to a large extent in Cited by: 1. Foreign Labor in Nazi Germany Edward L. Homze Published by Princeton University Press Homze, Edward L.

Foreign Labor in Nazi Germany. Princeton University Press, Cited by: It will be of great interest to every student of Nazi Germany in World War II, providing a great companion (and in part, useful corrective) to "The Wages of Destruction" by Adam Tooze, which also deals tangentially (but in tritely stereotypical terms) with labor issues in wartime Germany as part of its overall treatment of the German war economy.5/5(1).

This is an account of the most important instance of forced labour by foreign workers outside their own country in the twentieth century, when millions of workers from from the USSR, Poland, France, Czechoslovakia, Italy and elsewhere toiled in the service of the Nazi regime.

The workers are examined first from the viewpoint of the Nazi leadership, the entrepreneurs and the authorities, and. In this book, Herbert includes the abundant detail and close analysis of foreign labor between and that were not appropriate in his earlier English language synthesis on foreign labor, A History of Foreign Labor in Germany, Seasonal Workers/Forced Laborers/Guest Workers ().

Foreign Labor In Nazi Germany, Homze, Edward L. Published by Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, First Edition. Light aqua cloth boards, black and silver spine titles, black endpapers. This book describes the inception, organization, and administration of the Nazi foreign labor program and its relationship to the over-all economy and government.

View Show abstract. The Poulards’ book makes an important contribution to the historiography of World War II, with its firsthand account of what foreign workers endured when they were sent to Nazi Germany. The memoir concludes with an explanation of the ongoing controversy in France over the opposition to the title Déporté du Travail, which those who Author: Elie Poulard, Jean V.

Poulard. This is an account of the most important instance of forced labor by foreign workers outside their own country in the twentieth century, when millions of workers from the USSR, Poland, France, Czechoslovakia, Italy and elsewhere toiled in the service of the Nazi regime.4/5(2).

KEY TERMS: Slave Labor Program, Forced Labor, Prisoner of War, Nazi Regime, Nazi Ideology, Germany, War Economy, Treatment, Working and Living Conditions, Contact to German Population.

CLASSIFICATION: Unclassified The introduction of a foreign labor force was a central strategic economic and military factor for Hitler’s Nazi : Wolfgang G Richter. The Poulards’ book makes an important contribution to the historiography of World War II, with its firsthand account of what foreign workers endured when they were sent to Nazi Germany.

The memoir concludes with an explanation of the ongoing controversy in France over the opposition to the title Déporté du Travail, which those who. Ford was treated by the Nazi government as "the producer of last resort" when it came to the allocation of government contracts.

Ford's very existence in Nazi Germany was constantly threatened by low sales to a nationalistic general public and by the.

Despite the pains to which Edward Homze went in his book Foreign Labor in Nazi Germany () to concentrate on the multinational reach of Nazi impressment, to lay bare its internal inconsistencies, and to point out that the forced labor system was a “microcosm of the Nazi world”; despite Ulrich Herbert’s path-breaking book.

Forced Labor. Germany Synopsis. By there were several million foreign laborers working in slave conditions in the German economy. The emergence of forced labor was the product of three distinct factors: first, the defeat of the free-labor movement inwhich had profound consequences for the condition of all labor, "native" as well as "foreign"; second, the wartime capture.

Chapter 12 is on forced labor and the spoliation of foreign plants. McLarin, Kimberly. "Holocaust survivor will share $ million in reparations". New York Times(Septem ): B5. Note: Hugo Princz and 10 other Holocaust survivors settled for $ million with Germany for their WWII suffering in Nazi concentration camps.

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Available now at - ISBN: - Hardcover - Princeton Univ Pr - - Book Condition: Good - 1St Edition. - Foreign Labor in Nazi Germany by Edward L. Homze: Good Hardcover () 1St Edition. | Lost Books2/5(1).