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Army, industry and labour in Germany 1914-1918

Gerald D. Feldman

Army, industry and labour in Germany 1914-1918

by Gerald D. Feldman

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Published by Princeton U.P. .
Written in English


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Statementby G.D. Feldman.
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  Interests: French Army , Identity tags ,Trench Maps, The Franco-German War ,the French sectors of the WF , The & /45 campaigns in France, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg and Germany, German football, FC United of Manchester. Germany - Germany - The economy, – The speed of Germany’s advance to industrial maturity after was breathtaking. The years from to witnessed a doubling of the number of workers engaged in machine building, from slightly more than one-half million to well over a million. An immediate consequence of expanding industrial employment was a sharp drop in emigration; from.

Gerald D. Feldman, Army, Industry and Labor in German (Providence, ) Elizabeth Tobin, ‘War and the Working Class: The Case of Düsseldorf ’, Central European History, /4 (), pp. David Welch, Germany and Propaganda in World War I. Pacifism, Mobilization and Total War (London, ).   It's my understanding when Polish forced laborers were liberated in Germany, they were assigned to noncombatant civilian labor units under command of US military. I had 3 uncles forcibly taken from home in Poland to forced agricultural labor in Germany. They were designated as Displaced Persons when the war ended.

the few that fed the many 05 W orld War One saw the emergence of the British sugar industry. Britain had been dependent on Germany, Austria and Hungary for around two-thirds of its sugar beet. From 7 August , as this trading ceased, the Government turned to the East and West Indies. The Cabinet Committee created the Royal. Search thousands of identified photos, obituaries and service records of First World War officers, soldiers, sailors, nurses, airmen and civilian workers. All available to download.


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Gerald D. Feldman examined the dynamic triangular relationship of the German army, industry, and labor during the World War I period. The social and economic conditions of Germany during the time period beginning in and ending in are elucidated through this extensive study.

Feldman has the advantage of the extensive West German archives, American libraries, and hindsight to explain the Cited by: Army, Industry and Labour in Germany, book.

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Army, industry, and labor in Germany, Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, Army, industry and labor in Germany [Gerald D Feldman] -- This innovative study by one of the leading specialists in the field examines the social and economic role of the German army in the nation's internal affairs during the First World War.

ARMY, INDUSTRY, AND LABOR IN GERMANY, By Gerald D. Feldman. Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press, Pp. xvi -+ $ Reviewed by Theodore Ropp Duke University This is the first detailed study of "the confrontation of army, industry, and labor" in any country during World War I.

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Dennis and St. George: A Sketch of Three Civilisations (London et al.: Hodder and Stoughton, ), by Ford Madox Ford (multiple formats at ). skilled workers in heavy industry and in weapon production, crippled all attempts by the German authorities to substantially increase output. Still, there was a remarkable shift of the workforce in general towards the “war relevant industries.” Labor (Germany) - Online 3/ Army, Industry and Labour in Germany, Gerald Feldman: Books - Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Army, Industry and Labour in Germany, (Legacy of the Great War) at Read 4/5.

This foray is intended as an introduction for researchers and interested readers into the more t volumes and articles on the Great War published since A detailed account of the composition, structure and organization of the First World War German Army has long been needed by English-language readers - this work will fill the gap admirably.

In more than pages, the authors examine all aspects of the army. A detailed analytical text is followed by an extensive compendium of order-of-battle data. Imperial Germany and the Great War, – This book explores the impact of the First World War on Imperial Germany and examines military aspects of the conflict, as well as the diplomacy, politics, and industrial mobilization of wartime Germany.

Including maps, tables, and File Size: KB. This book includes not only detailed descriptions of all the garments worn in the German army during the war, but also of the special uniforms and insignia of each branch of service.

This fascinating collection of photographs of original pieces is supplemented by contemporary wartime photographs showing clearly how they were actually worn. 4. Germany in late was on the brink of collapse and invasion.

Its leaders began seeking an armistice, triggering civilian and political unrest. 5. The Kiel mutiny of October expanded into nationwide unrest that became the German Revolution.

This brought about the abdication of Kaiser Wilhelm II and Germany’s surrender in November Army, Industry and Labour in Germany, – (Bloomsbury Publishing, ) Foley, Robert T. "Institutionalized innovation: The German army and the changing nature of war –" RUSI Journal (): 84– onlineCountry: German Empire.Read the essential details about Germany in Between and the population of Germany had increased from 24 million to 65 million.

Over 40 per cent of this fast-growing workforce was employed in industry. However, the 35 per cent still working in agriculture ensured that Germany could produce enough food for its people.