, noblemen, clergy, and teachers were killed by the end of 1939 in an attempt to destroy Poland's identity as a nation. After outmanoeuvring the Allies in Belgium and forcing the evacuation of many British and French troops at Dunkirk, France fell as well, surrendering to Germany on 22 June. "Keine deutsche Opferarithmetik" (in German). The law also forbade the employment of German women under the age of 45 as domestic servants in Jewish households. Germany itself suffered wholesale destruction, characterised as Stunde Null (Zero Hour). The number of abortions declined from 35,000 per year at the start of the 1930s to fewer than 2,000 per year at the end of the decade, though in 1935 a law was passed allowing abortions for eugenics reasons. A b Including de facto annexed and incorporated territories. They were shipped to concentration camps starting in 1935 and many were killed. The Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, passed in April, removed from their jobs all teachers, professors, judges, magistrates, and government officials who were Jewish or whose commitment to the party was suspect. By December 1944, 750,000 Soviet POWs were working, including in German armaments factories (in violation of the Hague and Geneva conventions mines, and farms. Germany and Europe as a whole was almost totally dependent on foreign oil imports. The Wages of Destruction: The Making and Breaking of the Nazi Economy. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. The Nazi regime promoted a liberal code of conduct regarding sexual matters and was sympathetic to women who bore children out of wedlock. Pilisuk, Marc ; Rountree, Jennifer Achord (2008). With the outbreak of World War II, the factory was converted to produce military vehicles.