life for women

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  • Role of women
    • Ideals
      • blonde, no make-up, heavy hipped, athletic
      • flat shoes, full skirt, didn't drink/smoke
      • didn't work, no interest in politics, household duites
    • Nazi's encouraged traditional roles
      • propaganda campaign promote large families
        • medals given to large families
      • 1933- law for the encouragement of marriage- to increase birthrate, loans to young couples if woman left job
      • changed divorce law 1983- if couldn't have children
      • National Organisation German Womans Enterprise- classes/radio talk on motherhood and household topics
    • Employment
      • Jobs left by women available to men
      • Doctor, teachers forced to leave jobs
      • girls trained for work at home
        • discouraged from higher education
      • men joined army- women had to work
        • abolished marriage loans, compulsary ' duty year' for all women entering employment
  • political progress
    • over 20's given vote, interest in politics, by 1933- 1/10 of Reichstag female
    • Role of women
      • Ideals
        • blonde, no make-up, heavy hipped, athletic
        • flat shoes, full skirt, didn't drink/smoke
        • didn't work, no interest in politics, household duites
      • Nazi's encouraged traditional roles
        • propaganda campaign promote large families
          • medals given to large families
        • 1933- law for the encouragement of marriage- to increase birthrate, loans to young couples if woman left job
        • changed divorce law 1983- if couldn't have children
        • National Organisation German Womans Enterprise- classes/radio talk on motherhood and household topics
      • Employment
        • Jobs left by women available to men
        • Doctor, teachers forced to leave jobs
        • girls trained for work at home
          • discouraged from higher education
        • men joined army- women had to work
          • abolished marriage loans, compulsary ' duty year' for all women entering employment

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