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workers, 31%. White collar workers employed in indus- try also received only 38% of pre-war wages. Low wages are, however, only one of the factors influencing the con- dition of workers. The most important problem after the war was the in- sufficient provision of food. Especially in 1945 the situation was dramat- ic and almost as bad as during the occupation years when, according to the German Upper Silesian Economic Institute, “Der Pole hungert” (it did not apply only to the workers possessing volksliste). The caloric value of the provisions received by the Polish