Adolf Hitler et les ouvriers : prolétaires? Non! bien pis - "Adolf Hitler and the Workers: Proletarians? No! Much Worse" - "Adolf Hitler and the workers - after the Initial beautiful promises, they are subject to the will of the Reich's leaders, they receive poor wages, suffer from low nutrition, are troubled by illness... and are treated with contempt". A booklet exposing the dire situation of the German worker in contrast to all the election promises of Hitler and the Nazi Party to create a social working society. Brussels, 1939.
"The Nazi government promised to give the German people real socialism, happiness and prosperity for every individual, freedom and consideration for the worker, he also promised to put an end to unemployment, medical insurance for all... did he keep these promises?" A booklet summarizing the actual data on the dire situation of the German worker in Nazi Germany in 1939 - working hours were increased, retirement age rose, shortage of manpower throughout the Reich, the German worker is no longer free to choose his profession, more than half of German workers earn less than 24 marks per week, Germany suffers from a steep rise in prices, 10,000 workshops were closed in northwest Germany, the German unions were canceled and with them workers' rights, the German secret police monitors every movement of workers, workers from across Germany complain of suffering from malnutrition, since August 1939 everything has been rationed - not just food, also coal, soap, clothes, shoes, and even pocket handkerchiefs. All the data published in the booklet are based on official German sources, including the Munich Medical Weekly, monthly reports of the Executive Committee of the SD Party, the bulletin of the International Federation of Agricultural Workers, statistics from the Reich Statistics Office, as well as articles published in major German newspapers.
Extremely rare. Only one listing appears in the world library catalog world cat.
8 pages. Good condition.