The Social welfare in Germany

Germany, 1967

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A comprehensive survey of the development of German welfare policy since Bismark’s time. With the Social REform law Bismark introduced for the first time compulsory insurance of workers against sickness, accidents, invalidity and poverty in old age. Also shows the full extent of the present Social Security System in Germany.


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Ifage Filmproduktion (DE)






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