Forced Labor in the "People's Democracies"

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CONTENTS
Page
Forewordiii
Forced Labor in the "People's Democracies"
Introduction1
The Introduction of Forced Labor into the "People's Democracies"7
The Cloak of Legality9
The System in Operation: The Transitional Phase: to 195315
The "New Course" Amnesties22
The New Slavery26
Problems Concerning the Forced Labor Convention39
Recommendations48
Appendix I. Forced Labor in the "People's Democracies"
Forced Labor in Hungary59
Forced Labor in Czechoslovakia111
Forced Labor in Romania141
Forced Labor in Bulgaria179
Forced Labor in Poland207
Forced Labor in Yugoslavia226
Appendix II. Regulations on "Reform Through Labor of Criminals" in Communist China
Part 1. Regulations Governing Labor Service for Reform in the People's Republic of China233
Part 2. Provisional Measures for Dealing with the Release of Criminals Undergoing Labor Service for Reform on the Expiration of Their Sentences, and for Placing Them in Employment247

Note: Pages iii-232 comprise the official text of the presentation by the International League for the Rights of Man to the United Nations.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • Contents v
  • Maps vi
  • Forced Labor in the "People's Democracies" 1
  • The Cloak of Legality 9
  • The "New Course" Amnesties 22
  • The New Slavery 26
  • Problems Concerning the Forced Labor Convention 39
  • Recommendations 48
  • Appendixes 57
  • Forced Labor in Czechoslovakia 111
  • Forced Labor in Romania 141
  • Forced Labor in Bulgaria 179
  • Forced Labor in Poland 207
  • Appendix II - Regulations on "Reform Through Labor Of Criminals" in Communist China 233
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