Social and economic impact

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  • Created on: 01-02-19 20:25

Youth Movements

  • Hitler knew that loyalty from young people was essential if the Nazis were to remain strong.
  • Youth movements were a way of teaching children Nazi ideas - so they would be loyal to the Nazi party when they grew up.
  • Propaganda claimed that young people were more likely to be successful under the Nazis than they had been in the Weimar republic.
  • The Hitler Youth was founded in 1926. Boys aged fourteen and over were recruited to the movement. It became compulsory in 1936.
  • The Hitler Youth became part of the SA. Promising boys may be sent to Hitler Schools where they were trained to lead.
  • Boys wore military-style uniforms and took part…


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