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Infant welfare in Germany during the war.
Great Britain. Local Government Board.
by H.M. Stationery off. [Sir J. Causton & sons ltd., printers] in London
Written in English
Prepared by I. G. Gibbon.
|Contributions||Gibbon, Gwilym, Sir, b. 1874.|
|LC Classifications||HV763 .G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 37 p. incl. tables.|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||18018282|
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These are the Kriegskinder, or ‘war children’: so-called because they grew up in Nazi Germany during World War Two. Between , the last year of the pre-Hitler era, and , the last full year before the outbreak of war, food consumption increased by one sixth, while clothing and textile turnover increased by more than a quarter, and of furniture and household goods by 50 percent. / 16 During the Third Reich’s peacetime years, wine consumption rose by.
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The author, formerly director at the Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt, provides a perceptive overview of the history of social security and social welfare in Germany from early modern times to the end of World War II, including Bismarck’s pioneering introduction of social insurance in the by: Infant welfare in Germany during the war.
Report prepared in the Intelligence department of the Local government board. INFANT WELFARE AND INFANT MORTALITY DURING THE GERMAN EMPIRE A complex set of determinants is responsible for the amount and trend of historical infant mortality: Legitimacy of the babies, fertility, weather and climate, improved hygienic conditions in the wake of sanitary reforms (water supply, milk supply, sewerage), public health care.
Poor Relief and Welfare in Germany from the Reformation to World War I This account of poor relief, charity, and social welfare in Germany from the Reformation through World War I integrates historical narrative and the theoretical analysis of such issues as social discipline, governmentality, gender, religion, and state formation.
interruptions during the time of fascism this structural pattern was as well characteristic for most health and welfare services later in post-war Germany (Sachße ). Today roughly about 50% of the social service and health care organisations are run by nonprofits. A Forgotten Legacy of the Second World War: GI children in post-war Britain and Germany SABINE LEE Abstract Whether in war, occupation or peacekeeping, whenever foreign soldiers are in contact with the local population, and in particular with local women, some of these contacts are intimate.
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‘the welfare state’, Germans think of Bismarck as the founding father of their social insurance state. Primary education had already been made compulsory in Prussia (the largest German state before ) in During World War I the foundations were laid for modern industrial relations between trade unions and employers.
Photographic book - Germany - 2/03/ The population of Germany during the 19th Century almost three-quarters of the population continued to live in communities of under 2, people. Infant and child mortality rates remained appallingly high, and illegitimate births rose from 15 percent in the early 19th century to 25 percent by mid.
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