According to Social Policy in the Third Reich by Tim Mason Germany achieved less than 2.5 percent unemployment in August 1937 (in Britain today it's 4.9 percent) , and started experiencing labor shortages since then.Sid Guttridge wrote: ↑21 Feb 2021 00:43The Nazis achieved full employment? Perhaps if one deducts the 1,500,000 or so men that went into the Army and RAD service, or the couple of hundred thousand Jews who were forced to leave, or the hundreds of thousands of women who initially had to give up their jobs to men.
No there are no two in crime, there is the criminal (the communists) and their victim (Russia.)Sid Guttridge wrote: ↑21 Feb 2021 00:43Yup, the Soviets did all the things you claim, though they are only partly responsible for the Civil War - by definition, it takes two to conduct one!
Comparisons between then and 50 years later have no meaning.Sid Guttridge wrote: ↑21 Feb 2021 00:43Life expectancy in Czarist Russia in 1913 was apparently 32! By 1926 it was reportedly 44. By 1950 it was reported as 64. (I presume this is without the intervention of civil wars, Hlodomors or Second World Wars.)
It's like complaining that there were no cars and planes in 1890's Britain - because there were millions of them in 1940's Britain.