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Occupational Counseling in Heidelberg (1978)

Building Renovation Work on Muskauer Strasse, West Berlin (1980)

Heiner Geißler and the “New Social Question” (1969)

Employment Office in Frankfurt am Main (1975)

Helping the Homeless in Munich (1984)

Demonstration by the Confederation of German Trade Unions (April 1, 1975)

Unemployment Rates among Different Population Groups (1983)

The West German Steel Crisis of the 1980s (c. 2002)

Unemployed Men Standing in Front of the Berlin Employment Office (June 22, 1933)

Unemployed Man in Hamburg: I’m Looking for Work! (1934)

Job Creation Lottery on Jungfernstieg in Hamburg (May 24, 1934)

The Fight against Unemployment: Display by the Reich Ministry of Labor (1934)

The German Council of Economic Experts Urges Further Reforms (November 13, 2002)

Popular Outrage against Cuts in Unemployment Benefits (August 9, 2004)

The Path to New Elections in September 2005 (May-June 2005)

The CDU/CSU Holds Chancellor Schröder Responsible for Mass Unemployment (March 1, 2005)

Construction Industry: Protests against Low-Wage Workers (March 14, 1997)

Demonstration against Job Cuts in Premnitz (December 10, 1990)

Demonstration by the Confederation of German Trade Unions (May 1, 1996)

Employment Office in Berlin-Marzahn (June 6, 1996)

Nationwide Day of Protest by the Unemployed (March 5, 1998)

Resentment against the Support for East German Migrants (January 22, 1990)

The Government Offers an Explanation for Xenophobia (March 2, 1994)

Ten Years of Hartz IV (2015)

Economic Collapse and a New Beginning after 1990 (2020)