Foreign News: Kitchen Year

Six hundred thousand girl graduates tripped out of Germany's grammar schools last month to complicate Adolf Hitler's nagging problem of German unemployment. Fruit of the first post-War years when Germany's armies came home to their wives, the 14-year-olds had to do something. Last week Chancellor Hitler offered the 600,000 to the housewives of Germany, as housemaids without pay for one year. The wives will teach the maidens how to cook, serve, wash and clean, will feed and bed them and pay their health insurance premiums. Friedrich Syrup, director of the Federal Institute for...

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