By Günter Saathoff, Michael Jansen
This publication includes the ultimate document of Germany’s "Remembrance, accountability, and destiny" origin, giving a entire background of the country’s use of slave exertions in the course of global battle II and the advanced strategy wherein reparations for survivors have been negotiated.
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Extra info for ''A Mutual Responsibility and a Moral Obligation'': The Final Report on Germany's Compensation Programs for Forced Labor and Other Personal Injuries
To an increasing extent this process of rethinking included the realization that the vast majority of deported and murdered Jews were not Germans. The vast majority of all victims of Nazism were not German, not least the forced laborers. Looming large among them were Polish and Soviet workers who, as Slavs, were stripped of all rights. The suffering of these people, whose ranks were thinning with the passage of time, cried out for recognition. The impetus for this came from historians, from new opportunities for international exchange, and from a tradition of critical attitudes toward capitalism on the part of former participants in the 1968 student movement.
The formation of an underclass created upward mobility for many people and made career advancement possible while standing still. There was hardly a German skilled worker back then who did not suddenly become foreman and boss over a number of foreign workers. Mindful of the unrest that arose on the home front during the First World War, the Nazis were afraid to be too stringent in enforcing the official requirement for women to work in support of the wartime economy. In 1943, more than 350,000 girls from the Ukraine alone were placed in German households to work as maids.
High Commissioner (who had a basic interest in the consolidation of the Federal Republic and in its contribution to the Western Alliance) if it were to be accompanied or, better yet, preceded by progress with regard to indemnification of victims of Nazism, particularly Jews, in Germany and in other Western countries. When compensation was denied to communists who had been victims of the Nazi regime and were now members of the KPD , the Americans had no objections. The Cold War was making itself felt.
''A Mutual Responsibility and a Moral Obligation'': The Final Report on Germany's Compensation Programs for Forced Labor and Other Personal Injuries by Günter Saathoff, Michael Jansen