How did the Nazi's approach Economic problems?

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How did the Nazi's approach Economic problems?


  • The DAF were known as the 'German Labour Front'. The DAF were in charge of employment and was controlled by Robert Ley. The DAF replace trade union because Hitler believed that they supported communism and socialism.
  • The DAF controlled working hours, discipline and wages.
  • As a result of the DAF, working hours were increased, wages were frozen and it was hard to complain about it.


  • Th reich labour service act was passed in July 1935
  • It meant that…



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