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- n. Using slaves to do work
- n. The employment of workers for small amounts of money to do tedious tasks.
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Let us weep for what has happened at home, where 350,000 of us have been transported as slave labour to Germany, where the DUCE has created the impossible condition of there being unemployment during a war, where there is hopeless inflation and where three-quarters of food is obtainable only on the black market that is run by His own officials, where ration cards are forged without restraint, and where there are forty distribution agencies with overlapping functions that ensure that nothing can ever happen.
By the beginning of the fourth century, however, there were so many large estates tilled by slave labour that the Licinian law forbade any citizen to hold more than
Panthers, Nebelwerfers, Solothurns, Schmeissers, came from the darkened sheds of Krupp and Daimler-Benz; where slave labour toiled eighteen hours a day; cowering under the lash, sleeping six to a "dog kennel" eight feet square, starving or freezing to death at the whim of their guards. seventeen | THE GREATEST TANK BATTLE IN HISTORY
Hitler's architect; Minister of Armament and War Production 1942-45; convicted of procuring slave labour 1st October, 1946; at present serving a life sentence at Spandau.
As the probable duration of the war lengthened into the distance, so the attractions of the East as a vast reservoir of slave labour had grown, and in March 1942 a special office of labour "allocation," the Generalbevollmächter für den Arbeitseinsatz, henceforth referred to as the GBA, was established.