Forced Laborers in the Third Reich: An Overview

@article{Herbert2000ForcedLI,
  title={Forced Laborers in the Third Reich: An Overview},
  author={Ulrich Herbert},
  journal={International Labor and Working-Class History},
  year={2000},
  volume={58},
  pages={192 - 218}
}
  • Ulrich Herbert
  • Published 1 October 2000
  • Economics, History
  • International Labor and Working-Class History
In 1944, more than eight million foreign forced laborers were employed in the German war economy inside the Reich. This essay investigates the origins, character, and effects of the employment of foreigners on the German war economy. The principle characteristic of this employment of foreigners was the contradiction between the economic interest in exploiting as many foreigners as possible and the ideological principles of National Socialism, which sought to protect the Volk from mixing with… 

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