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Vagrants and beggars in Hitler's Reich

@inproceedings{Aya1988VagrantsAB,
  title={Vagrants and beggars in Hitler's Reich},
  author={Wolfgang Aya{\ss}},
  year={1988}
}
The years of the Depression in Germany brought unemployment and destitution to millions. Unemployment insurance, introduced as late as 1927, only provided regular payments for a fraction of the six million or more unemployed. While just under a million were being supported in this way by January 1933, when Hitler was appointed Chancellor, some 3.9 million unemployed were dependent on the much lower rates paid in 'crisis benefits' or by local authority welfare. The financial burden fell heavily… 

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