Work and Employment - 1
- DAF (German Labour Front) - 1933.
- Employment rights.
- Replaced trade unions.
- Workers couldn't act deliberately against employers, but there was minimum working standards.
- had power to punish.
- National Labour Service for the unemployed - 1933.
- Provided manual work.
- At first voluntary, then it was made compulsory in 1933 for young men to serve 6 months,
- Organised like an army.
- Pay was low and the food was poor.
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Work and Employment - 2
- Lebensraum - living space; military power.
- '4 Year Plan', for the war in 4 years time.
- In 1933, arms spending was 3.5 billion marks. In 1939, 26 billion marks were spent.
- Iron and steel need increased; production trebled from 1933 to 1939.
- Damage of naval blockade reduced; more plactic, oil and rubber.
- Plastic production: 460% in the 1930s.
- German army:
- 100,000 in 1933.
- 500,000 in 1936.
- 900,000in 1939.
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