Background: These are some of the pictures accompanying the 1943 Nazi book that attempted to demonstrate that foreigners Germany were happily working under good conditions for the benefit of Europe.
|This is the cover, which translates as: “Europe at work in Germany. Sauckel mobilizes the Labor Reserves.”|
|Caption: German labor office in Lyon.|
|Caption: Marseilles: Ready for Work|
Caption: By 10 July 1942, a train could carry this sign.
The sign says: “The 350,000th Ukrainian worker is travelling to Germany.”
|Caption: This is how the 350,000 lived in the “Soviet Paradise.”|
|Caption: Arrival [in Germany]. Some even came barefoot.|
Caption: An assurance that has grown from faith and effort: Europe is winning!
This is a photo of a mass meeting on the theme.
Go to the book.
Go to the German Propaganda Home Page.