This hard to find 7 x 7-1/2 inch, 160-page hardcover book was published 1941 by the Reich Women’s Leadership under Gertrud Scholz-Klink. The book explains the structure of this Nazi State organization and how women filled in for the men. There are many photos showing young German women performing all kinds of tasks, from harvesting hay to assembling aircrafts, taking care of children as well as taking care of wounded soldiers, working hard in the war industry and so on. The book also has a lot of very interesting Third Reich advertisings. It comes with its original dust cover and is, except for a small damage (which can be seen on the second picture left) in very good condition. A must-have book for anyone interested in the history of the NS-Frauenschaft, the Nazi State Women’s organization.
INCL. SHIPPING TO ANY ADDRESS IN THE U.S. (for airmail shipping worldwide with USPS Global Priority mail please add $10.00)