Nazi Youth

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  • Youth
    • The BDM
      • Founded in 1930 for girls aged 10-18
      • Belief in Beauty
      • Young Girls (10-14)
        • Youth
          • The BDM
            • Founded in 1930 for girls aged 10-18
            • Belief in Beauty
            • Young Girls (10-14)
              • about creating a home, make a bed, taught to look after children, change nappies etc. make them selves good wives. 
              • -       Faith and Beauty (18-21) dainty, gentle, about being a good mother. Expectation- you would marry and have kids after this. 
              • Schools
                • Teachers
                  • Expected to join the Nationalist Socialist Teachers League
                  • Closely monitored and quickly dismissed
                  • Joined Nazi party quickly than any other profession
                • Universities
                  • Number os students virtually hailed between 1933 and 1939.
                    • Proportion of females increased from 11%-1933 to 44%% in 1939 - increase of 82,000
                  • As in schools teachers had to join the Nazi lectures  Assoiation and attend ideological training courses.
                • Specialist Schools
                  • National political instates of education (NAPOLAs), for boys aged 10-18
                    • controlled by SS from 1936.
                    • boarding insitutions fun like military accaimies
                    • 21 established by 1938
                  • Adolf Hitler Schools (AHS)
                    • set up by the youth leader Baldur von Schirach and DAF leader Rovery Ley
                    • speical leadership schools, rival to NAPOLA
                    • Ten created
                    • provided free boarding education for 12-18 year olds.
                    • children selected on Aryan qualities. intellectual abilities were considered less important
              • The Hitler Youth (Hitler Judend or HJ)
                • aged for boys 10-18 and was formed in 1926
                • Membership compulsory on 25th March 1939
                • Increased emphasise on the Hitler Youth on training boys to become future soldiers.
              • Resistance.
                • Edelweiss Pirates
                  • originated mainly amount working class families
                  • Wore distant badges, uniform - checkered shirts. Adopted American games
                  • became more active during the war
                    • helped smuggle out escaped prisoners of war.
                • White Rose Moverment
                  • urged Germans to reject nazi values
                  • distributed anti-Nazi letters and leaflets
                • Swing Movement
                  • Preferring English and American Music, particularly Jazz and Swing
              • Pimpfen (6-10)
                • The Hitler Youth (Hitler Judend or HJ)
                  • aged for boys 10-18 and was formed in 1926
                  • Membership compulsory on 25th March 1939
                  • Increased emphasise on the Hitler Youth on training boys to become future soldiers.
              •  German Youth (10-14)
                • many evacuated due to bombing
            • about creating a home, make a bed, taught to look after children, change nappies etc. make them selves good wives. 
            • -       Faith and Beauty (18-21) dainty, gentle, about being a good mother. Expectation- you would marry and have kids after this. 
            • Schools
              • Teachers
                • Expected to join the Nationalist Socialist Teachers League
                • Closely monitored and quickly dismissed
                • Joined Nazi party quickly than any other profession
              • Universities
                • Number os students virtually hailed between 1933 and 1939.
                  • Proportion of females increased from 11%-1933 to 44%% in 1939 - increase of 82,000
                • As in schools teachers had to join the Nazi lectures  Assoiation and attend ideological training courses.
              • Specialist Schools
                • National political instates of education (NAPOLAs), for boys aged 10-18
                  • controlled by SS from 1936.
                  • boarding insitutions fun like military accaimies
                  • 21 established by 1938
                • Adolf Hitler Schools (AHS)
                  • set up by the youth leader Baldur von Schirach and DAF leader Rovery Ley
                  • speical leadership schools, rival to NAPOLA
                  • Ten created
                  • provided free boarding education for 12-18 year olds.
                  • children selected on Aryan qualities. intellectual abilities were considered less important
            • Resistance.
              • Edelweiss Pirates
                • originated mainly amount working class families
                • Wore distant badges, uniform - checkered shirts. Adopted American games
                • became more active during the war
                  • helped smuggle out escaped prisoners of war.
              • White Rose Moverment
                • urged Germans to reject nazi values
                • distributed anti-Nazi letters and leaflets
              • Swing Movement
                • Preferring English and American Music, particularly Jazz and Swing
            • Pimpfen (6-10)
              •  German Youth (10-14)
                • many evacuated due to bombing

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