Nazi social policies

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  • Nazi social policies
    • Nazi policies towards young people
      • Law for the Re-establishment of a Professional Civil Service 1993
      • Teachers pressured into joining National Socialist Teachers' League
      • Control over cirriculum
      • Students had to join German Students' League (DS)
      • League of German Girls
      • Hitler Youth
        • Compulsory in 1939
    • Nazi policies towards women
      • Opposed greater emancipation for women
      • After 1933, wanted women to raise birth rate
      • Marriage loans
      • Awarded medals to women for 'donating a baby to the Fuhrer'
      • Abortion severely restricted
      • German Women's League set up to coordinate all women's groups
        • 1939, over 6 million members
      • National Socialist Women's Organisation
      • Reich Mother's Service
        • March 1939, 1.7 million attended motherhood training services
    • Nazi policies towards workers
      • Presented greatest challenge to Gleichschaltung
      • Banned existing trade unions on 2 May 1933
      • German Labour Front
        • Established 6 May 1933
        • Took over assets of banned trade unions
        • Had its own department for spreading Nazi ideology amongst workers
      • Strength Through Joy (KdF)
        • Workers would 'gain strength for their work by experiencing joy in their leisure'
        • By 1936, 35 million belonged to it
    • Nazi policies towards the Churches
      • Protestant Church
        • The Reich Church
          • 1933, Nazi regime began to coordinate the Evangelical Church into a single Reich Church
        • Confessional Church
          • September 1933, group of pastors established a Pastors' Emergency League
      • Roman Catholic Church
        • Concordat
          • July 1933, regime and Vatican reached this agreement
          • Catholic Church wouldn't interfere in politics and the regime would do the same

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