Fritz Sauckel Quote

America is so big that it cries for work. In Germany, if you tried to find work, you couldn't. In America, it was a strange economy which caused unemployment. German unemployment was due to the boycott of German goods. Not an official boycott. The world market refused to accept German goods. France, England, and America refused. Germany had no colonies and she had to export manufactured goods for grain. We had nothing to speak of. We managed to live during the war by rations. We all lived on a strict ration - even ministers in the government like myself - and we lived on things from the conquered countries, including Africa and Russia.


To Leon Goldensohn, February 9, 1946, from "The Nuremberg Interviews" by Leon Goldensohn, Robert Gellately - History -

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America is so big that it cries for work. In Germany, if you tried to find work, you couldn't. In America, it was a strange economy which caused...

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America is so big that it cries for work. In Germany, if you tried to find work, you couldn't. In America, it was a strange economy which caused...

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America is so big that it cries for work. In Germany, if you tried to find work, you couldn't. In America, it was a strange economy which caused...

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America is so big that it cries for work. In Germany, if you tried to find work, you couldn't. In America, it was a strange economy which caused...