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German labour front (DAF)

Hitler banned trade unions because they supported the SPD or KPD and tried to increase workers' wages

The old trade unions were replaced with a Nazi organization DAF, led by Dr Robert Ley. It was supposed to protect workers rights

  • Workers were not allowed to go on strike in Nazi Germany
  • They had to get DAF's permission to change the type of job they did
  • they often had to work longer hours
  • Wage rates per hour were kept down to make worker affordable


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