GERMANY: Vital Interests

Proudest achievement of Führer Adolf Hitler's internal policies has been the Nazi solution of former republican Germany's grave unemployment problem. In 1933 there were 7,000,000 unemployed in Germany. Today—according to the Reich's figures—there are only 338,000 unemployed, only 37,000 of these employable. In 1933 there were 12,300,000 workers in Germany. In 1938 there are 20,500,000.

This remarkable unemployment reduction has been achieved by methods strongly condemned by many liberal critics: 1) Replacement of women by men in many fields of work; 2) vast armament and building programs; 3) establishment of compulsory labor...

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