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4.1 Hovv successful vvere the
Nazis in influencing young
people?
Hitler wanted to turn young people into loyal Nazis. In
order to do so the Nazi Party set out to control all aspects of
young people's lives, including their family lives, their time
at school and even their leisure…

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4.1 How successful were the Nazis in influencing young people?


Source 2 Source 3




.·. Hitler Youth members jumping over
fire to demonstrate their bravery .·. Members of the Hitler Youth forming a swastika




n schools Source 4
The whole curriculum was used to teach what the Nazis wanted…

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Section 4: Race and youth


Did all young people support the Nazis?
Many young people were attracted to the Hitler Youth. They enjoyed the leisure
opportunities the movement offered and there was no real alternative as all other
youth organisations had been made illegal.
However, others hated the Hitler Youth…

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On page 57 we looked at the structure of Section A · Question (a) in Section B is different as it requires
of the Enquiry in Depth exam. a short answer and normally carries 4 marks. It
Section B consists of three questions that are worth is important to make…

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Section 4: Race and youth



4.2 Hovv important vvere Nazi ideas
on race?
You have already seen on page 60 that Hitler and the Nazi Party
had very clear ideas about the kind of Germany they wanted and
the types of people they wanted living there. Only certain types
of…

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4.2 How important were Nazi ideas on race?


How were Jewish people persecuted between Lisa
1933 and 19397 Q




Jews had suffered religious prejudice for centuries. But the Nazis took
anti-Semitism to a new extreme. They used bogus research to suggest that
Jews were an 'inferior' race. They blamed…

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Section 4: Race and youth



4.3 From persecution to genocide:
hovv did the Nazi treatment of .Jevvs
change during the Second World War?
Hitler's own anti-Semitism was deep-rooted. You have already seen how the Nazis made
life increasingly difficult for the Jews of Germany from the moment they took power…

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4.3 From persecution to genocide: how did the Nazi treatment of Jews change during the Second World War?



'Tne If\l\a\ SO\U\\O'"
On 31 July 1941, Goering (the Economics Minister) ordered Himmler (the
Head of the SS) and Heydrich (an SS general) to carry out the 'final
solutiotito the Jewish…

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Case Study: Auschwitz death camp
The Nazis were proud of their efficient death machine. In every country that
the Nazis ruled, lists of Jews were drawn up. They were taken from their
homes and put on trains. On arrival at the camp inmates walked past…

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4.3 From persecution to genocide: how did the Nazi treatment of Jews change during the Second World War?
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How did the Jews resist? Source 7
Jewish partisan groups
Jews did fight against what was happening to them.
Jewish resistance groups took to the countryside. In
Poland there were…

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