Your point is wrong :it is the opposite .Sid Guttridge wrote:Hi ljadw,
My point was that it was Nazi policy to remove women from the workplace and into the home and a third of a million did so within less than two years of the Nazis coming to power.
In 1933 46,9 % of women between 14/65 had a job, in 1939 : 49,2 %
In 1933 2,3 million women were working in the agriculture, in 1939 : 3,2 million .An increase of 40 %.
In 1933 1,205 million women were working in the industry, in 1939:1,846 million .An increase of 50 %.
The reason is that the economy was going better but that because of the war there were less available male workers and that the industry had to use women .
In the other industrialized countries, it was the opposite : there there were still countless of unemployed men , and thus less women with a job .