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24 March, 22:19

What were the consequences for "obstructive workers" during WW2?

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  1. 24 March, 23:05
    Answer: During the Second World War, according to Lenin's decree, obstructive workers who refused to follow the rules were going to be discharged and sent to confinement in concentration camps.

    Explanation: During the WWII, the United States created a booklet with tips for ordinary citizens (from other countries) to follow in case they were against the war to destabilize their governments by taking disruptive actions. Consequently, these actions sabotaged the well-function of the country and favored Americans.
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