RARE ORIGINAL 1941 FIRST EDITION THIRD REICH BOOK ON THE

LABOR SERVICE OF GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN IN THE REICH

SO SCHAFFEN WIR!

MÄDELEINSATZ IM PFLICHTJAHR

THE SERVICE BECAME MANDATORY AFTER A LAW WAS PASSED IN 1938

TO SUPPORT HERMANN GÖRING'S FOUR YEAR PLAN

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RARE ORIGINAL 1941 FIRST EDITION BOOK ON THE LABOR SERVICE OF GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN IN THE REICH

SO SCHAFFEN WIR!

MÄDELEINSATZ IM PFLICHTJAHR

THE SERVICE BECAME MANDATORY IN 1938 TO SUPPORT HERMANN GÖRING'S FOUR YEAR PLAN

This 5-3/4 x 8-1/2 inch, 110 page softcover book was written by Ilse Ar-nold and published 1941 Union Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft in Stuttgart. There was a shortage of female laborers who could help out on German farms. To overcome this shortage a law was passed in 1938 which regula-ted how and when every young German woman had to fulfill her "Pflicht-jahr" (Mandatory Year) on a German farm. The law also said that no wo-man under 25 could be hired if she did not have an entry in her "Arbeits-buch" (Employment Identification Document) which proved that she had served her mandatory year. This is not a photo book but contains all the important facts, laws and regulations about this subject, making it a very interesting reference for anyone who is interested in this part of Third Reich history. The cover shows a little wear but the overall condition of the book is very good.

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THIS RARE ORIGINAL 1941 FIRST EDITION THIRD REICH BOOK ON THE

LABOR SERVICE OF GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN IN THE REICH

SO SCHAFFEN WIR!

MÄDELEINSATZ IM PFLICHTJAHR

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