WW2 German DAF Arbeitsfront Mitgliedsbuch - Shoe Factory Worker
This is a nice example of a WW2 German Mitgliedsbuch (Membership Book) issued to Leopoldine Ojak, a Buggerin (Shoe Factory Worker - it was explained to me that a Bugger is a shoemaking specialist who folds leather and hammers it down). Born in Vienna in 1903. she joined the Deutsche Arbeitsfront in 1938. Some damage to the spine.
The Deutsche Arbeitsfront (German Labour Front) was the labor organization under the National Socialist German Workers' Party. It replaced the various independent trade unions in Germany during Adolf Hitler's rise to power. The Mitgliedsbuch contained Dues Stamps and other information to denote membership in good standing,
Some redundant pages or ones with no data entries are not pictured.
- Model: WM-DAF-MITGLIEDSBUCH-001
- Shipping Weight: 0.25lbs
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