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After Hitler drafted everyone who could possibly be drafted, he found that he now had a labor shortage. He reached out to his fellow Fascists in Italy for additional workers - Italy complied and numerous volunteers went forth. These Italians returned two years later and told how they were consistently abused:

"They were treated by the master race like the millions of Russian, Polish, French, Yugoslav war prisoners who are forced to produce for the Nazi war machine. Far from home, cut off from their families, the Italian workers suffered hardships often as great as the workers from Nazi-occupied countries. Being 'Allies' of the Germans, it was difficult for them to understand why they should be treated as inferiors, watched by special police, deprived of contacts with the natives, and given the most dangerous jobs in areas most frequently bombed by the British. In letters smuggled through the censorship, the writers begged to be called back to Italy, 'where conditions may be bad, but at least one is among friends.'"

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Mussolini Betrayed Italian Labor (PM Tabloid, 1943)

Mussolini Betrayed Italian Labor (PM Tabloid, 1943)

Mussolini Betrayed Italian Labor (PM Tabloid, 1943)

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