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These works police were uniformed and equipped with rifles, pistols and truncheons; at Krupps they also had metal rods covered with leather. Former foreign forced-labourers who appeared as witnesses before the Nuremberg Military Court testified that these murderous weapons were used against foreign workers at the slightest provocation. The Werkschutz was responsible for guarding the foreign workers in the camps, on the way to the factory, and at their place of work. The forced-labourers were not spared the brutality and often cynical cruelty of their guards for a moment.

Craig Maclean - Lothian 17 defence campai~n Margaret Drysdale - Day Out at NauLanark - Scotland And Its People Page 45 .................................................................................................... Sam Maynard - Barra Rob Hoon - Anti-Poll Tax Baby, Glasgow 1989 ,- ..... "-............. Page 46 Common Sense - Issue 10 ..................................................................................................... Rob /loon - Ceilidh 1988 "- - Calum Gillies - Anti-Poll Tax march, Edinburgll 1990 Scotland And I t s People Page 47 ....................................................................................................

The only way they could earn extra cash of their own was by way of piecework or other surplus-labour. From September 1943, however, regulations were introduced permitting prisoners-of-war to receive part of their wages directly, as part of a series of measures aimed at raising labour productivity. Polish and Russian workers, however, had additional taxes which they had to pay: the "social compensation payment" was a deduction of 15 per cent from the wages of Polish workers, and the "Eastern workers' payment" rose Page 52 Common Sense - Issue I0 proportionally as their earnings rose.

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