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Deutsche Betriebsgemeinschaft [Werkzeitung "Unser grünes Zet" - Nummer 5/39 - Sonderausgabe]

Schieber, Dr. Walther (Herausgeber)

Published by Unser grünes Zet, Rudolstadt, 1939
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Quarto. 55, [1]pp. Original grey cloth with gold lettering on front cover. Remarkable work on factory community in Nazi Germany. The factory community (German: Betriebsgemeinschaft) comprised the owner, management and work force in businesses and companies in the Third Reich in accordance with the leader principle (Führerprinzip). The owner/manager was called "factory leader" while the employees were considered to be followers (Gefolgschaft). In order to promote a climate of mutual trust and understanding a Council of Trust had to be established under the Labour organization law. This council was elected from a list of candidates set up by the factory leader and the German Labour Front overseer (Betriebsobmann). In accordance with Nazi ideology, foreigners and members of minorities considered unworthy of trust, could not be part of the factory community. This work is profusely illustrated with 9 color plates, including an impressive swastika banner, and numerous in-text photogravures. Binding sunned and partly soiled along edges. Previous owner's stamp on front board and free front endpaper ("Supreme Headquarters - Document Center - 19 ave. d'Iena, Paris"). Previous owner's inscription on free front endpaper. Text in German, Gothic script. Binding in overall fair, interior in good+ to very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 33284

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Title: Deutsche Betriebsgemeinschaft [Werkzeitung "...

Publisher: Unser grünes Zet, Rudolstadt

Publication Date: 1939

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First edition.

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