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Nazi Germany
Nazi Ideas about Women
and Children
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Learning objectives
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Learning objectives
· Why the Nazis were so keen to win the support
of women and children.
· How the Nazis tried to win the support of each
group.
· How effective these techniques were.
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Nazi Ideas about Women
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Introduction
The Nazis believed that there were
`separate spheres' for men and women.
Men were expected to work and fight for the Reich, and
women were expected to work and fight for the family.
The attitude towards women was summarized by the
slogan Kinder, Kirche, Küche (children, church, kitchen).
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The `three K's'
The 'three Ks' policy had the support of churches and
traditional rural groups, but ran contrary to ideas of female
emancipation ­ women in the Weimar period had been able
to vote and have careers.
Are there differences between men and women?
If there are differences, does this mean that men
and women should have different roles in society?
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Hitler's views in his own words
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