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Section 1: Control of Education
Section 1: Control of Education
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One of the main subjects in Nazi controlled schools was PE. What percentage of school time was given to it?
15%
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What happened to children who didn't pass PE examinations?
They could become expelled,
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What was taught in history? Whose perspective was it from?
They were taught the Nazi version of the past like the rise of the Nazi party, the injustices of the T of V and the evils of communism and Jews,
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What was taught in Biology?
The idea of the Aryan Race as well as population control. They were taught how to measure skulls and to classify racial types and that Aryans were superior,
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What was taught in German?
German taught people to be conscious of their national identity by reading about German heroes of the Hitler Youth and WW1
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What was taught in Geography?
The lands that were once German and the need for 'Lebensraum' for Germans,
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What subject was less important in schools and what could children do to the topic?
Religious studies and they could drop it,
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What skills were boys taught at school mainly?
Military training, boxing fighting skills, etc
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What skills were girls taught mainly?
Housekeeping, how to be a good mother, cookery, etc
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For older children, a new subject was made. What was it called and what was it about?
Eugenics which was how to choose the perfect parent to provide the best offspring with ideal qualities,
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What happened to Jewish teachers and what did other teachers have to do to stay in teaching?
They were sacked and they had to swear an oath of loyalty to Hitelr,
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Section 2: Youth Movements
Section 2: Youth Movements
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When was the Hitler youth created and by 1933, what had its membership stood at?
In the 1920s and it stood at 100,00
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When Hitler came to power, what did he do to other movements and how did this affect the numbers of the Hitler Youth?
All other movements were banned and the numbers increased,
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When did it become compulsory to join?
1936
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What were the two movements for boys and what ages were they for?
German Young People-10-13, Hitler Youth-13-18
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what were the two movement for girls and what ages were they for?
League of Young Girls-10-13, League of German girls- 13-18
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What did boys have to be able to do?
Run 60 metres in 12 seconds, throw a ball 25 metres, complete a one and a half day march, jumps 2.75 metres, a courage test
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What did girls have to be able to do?
Run 60 metres in 14 seconds, throw a ball 12 metres, complete a 2 hour march, swim 100 metres and know how to make a bed
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What was offered to the children at weekdays and summer and what was taught there,
Camps where they were taught abou National Socalism and what it means to be German in a fun and excitign way,
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To the outside world, what did the Hitler Youth show?
German discipline, order,
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What did German teachers complain about?
How boys and girls couldnt stay awake at school the next morning,
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By 1938, what was the attendence for the Hitler Youth (Percentage) so what did Hilter do?
Barely 25% and he made attendence compulsory
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