Extremely Rare Original German WW2 Order for Ukrainian Worker, 1943.
According that order Ukrainian Dmytro K. must be at 10 a.m. in Arbeitsamt for moving to Germany.
All iscription is done in German. The document has German stamp. Dated: December 07, 1943.
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WIKIPEDIA: OST Arbeiter (German: Ostarbeiter, English: Eastern Workers) was a designation for slave workers gathered from Eastern Europe to do forced labor in Nazi Germany during World War II. The Ostarbeiters were mostly from the territory of Reichskommissariat Ukraine eastern Ukraine. Ukrainians made up the largest portion although many Belarusians, Russians, Poles and Tatars were also present.
Estimates put the number of OST Arbeiters between 3 million and 5.5 million. Some estimate place the number as high as 8.5 million. Most were very young, under the age of 16, as those older than 16 were usually conscripted. 30 were as young as 12 - 14 years of age when they were taken to Germany. By November 1943 the age limit was dropped to 10. 50 of those taken from Ukraine were girls and women. OST Arbeiters from Reichskommissariat Ukraine were forced to wear a dark blue, green and White yellow badge with 'OST', the German word for East.