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  1. Industry in Nazi Germany Leann & Sarah

  2. Economy • German Industry booming • Unemployment rates decreased (History Learning Site) • Mandatory to work- ‘work shy’ sent to concentration camps • War – conscription & weapon making • National labor services- farming, building, digging etc.

  3. Unemployment figures (excluding women) (History Learning Site)

  4. Slave Labor • Slave Labor was crucial in the success of the Nazi Germanic empire • Slaves were usually captured Jews • Types of labor- hard labor, domestic servitude, factory labor etc. (Andreas Mink, 2002)

  5. Aryanization • Anti – Semitism • Prior to 1993, Jews owned 100 000 businesses across Germany. • Boycotting • Stages of Aryanization, voluntary and involuntary • Legalization 1938 • 40 000 remaining Jewish Businesses (Wikipedia, 2012)

  6. Best for the Germanic people • Jewish forced to register property • Blocked bank accounts (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2012)

  7. (German History Documents)

  8. Brands that thrived • Hugo Boss • Nazi Uniforms • Employed forced labor (slaves) • Saved company from bankruptcy (Lauren Paxman, 2011)

  9. Volkswagen • Peoples car • The beetle was named by Hitler • 4/5 workers were slaves • Requested slaves from Auschwitz (11points.com, 2008) • Kodak • Employed slave labor from concentration camps (11points.com, 2008)

  10. Siemens • Slave Labor • Built gas chambers (11points.com, 2008) • Bayer • Part of company, IG Farben, manufactured gas for gas chambers • Funded experiments on concentration camp prisoners • IG Farben profited the most out of all businesses with connections to the Nazis (11points.com, 2008)

  11. Coca Cola Fanta • BMW • Daimler Chrysler • Ford • Standard Oil • Chase Bank • IBM • Random House Publishing • Opel (Theawfultruth.com) (11points.com, 2008)

  12. “Industry, technology, and commerce can thrive only as long as an idealistic national community offers the necessary preconditions. And these do not lie in material egoism, but in a spirit of sacrifice and joyful renunciation.” ― Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

  13. References • 11points.com (2008) 11 Companies That Surprisingly Collaborated With the Nazis - 11Points.com. [online] Available at: http://www.11points.com/News-Politics/11_Companies_That_surprisingly_Collaborated_With_the_Nazis [Accessed: 23 Jul 2012]. • En.wikipedia.org (2007) Aryanization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. [online] Available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aryanization [Accessed: 23 Jul 2012]. • Fathom.com (2000) Fathom :: The Source for Online Learning. [online] Available at: http://www.fathom.com/feature/121781/index.html [Accessed: 23 Jul 2012]. • Germanhistorydocs.ghi-dc.org (1945) GHDI - Image. [online] Available at: http://germanhistorydocs.ghi-dc.org/sub_image.cfm?image_id=1945 [Accessed: 23 Jul 2012]. • Historylearningsite.co.uk (1933) The Nazis and the German Economy. [online] Available at: http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/nazis_and_the_german_economy.htm [Accessed: 23 Jul 2012]. • Paxman, L. (2012) [online]. • Ushmm.org (1935) Anti-Jewish Legislation in Prewar Germany. [online] Available at: http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/arti