Life in Nazi Germany

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Role of women in Nazi Germany- KKK(kurche, kinder, kirche:kitchen, children, church) women had to be at home providing for their family, building future child bearers and future soldiers in the army). School girls were discouraged from higher education. 1933 law for the encouragement of marriage- loans were given to young people to help them marry to increase the population. Medals were awarded to women who had large families- service to the country. Lebenbirn programme- unmarried women were impregnated by racially pure SS officers. This was seen as 'donating a baby to the Fuhrer'.
From 1937 this role changed because the country was getting ready for war so women had to replace men in their…


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