Germany aspects of life questions

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Who controlled education in the WR?
The Lander
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What year were undesirable teachers purged?
1933
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What year was the Nationalist socialist teachers league set up?
1929
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When did schools re-open after WW2?
Autumn 1945
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What year was the basic law created?
1949
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What year was the Federal education promotion act?
1971
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What was the Federal education promotion act?
It provided state funding and loans to encourage working class students to got to uni
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What was the idea of the 'Volk'?
Meant that ethnic minorities were seen as inferior
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What was article 113?
Stated that groups could use their own language, not always followed
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What year was the sterilisation programme set up?
1934
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What year was the abortion law for the unfit brought in?
1935
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How many people were sterilised against their will between 1934-45
Around 400,000
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What year were the Nuremberg laws brought in?
1935
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What year was Kristallnacht?
1938
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What does the term 'guest workers' refer to?
The 10 million refugees that worked in Germany. Their positions were seen as temporary
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How many guest workers were there?
1 million in 1964 to 2.6 million in 1973
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What was the culture like in the WR?
Some government subsidised culture. Cultural experimentation in forms of techonology, Bauhaus architecture and Neue Sachlichkeit
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What was the policy of Gleichschaltung?
Tight control over culture
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When was the mass burning of books?
1933
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What year was the RKK set up?
1993
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What was the RKK?
It was to control creative arts, Nationalist, approachable art was acceptable
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What was the strength through joy programme?
A programme for the working class that allowed them to enjoy culture. It had trips to the theatre, sport events, festivals and holidays all subsidised by the government
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What types of work schemes did the Nazis set up?
Autobahn scheme
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What was the 'new woman'?
Based on American flapper girls, they smoked, drank and didn't marry
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What year did women get the vote?
1919
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What was article 109?
The constitution of equal rights for women
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What was the WR policy for women in work after ww1?
They thought they should give the jobs to returning soldiers. In 1925 36% of the workforce were female.
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How much were women payed compared to men?
33% less
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What year was prostitution decriminalised?
1927
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What types of roles did women play in politics?
1926 32 women were deputies in the Reichstag. Women were still encouraged to stay out of politics
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What role were women expected to play in a family?
Traditional mothering role. Married women had no status
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What was the Nazi ideal for women?
Wife and mother
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What programmes were setup for women in Nazi Germany?
3 K's, Mothers cross, Mother schools
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What was the Mothers cross?
Hitlers mother would give out crosses to women who had 5 or more children on the 12th of August
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What was the 3 K's?
Kinde, Kuche, Kirche, it was thought all women should spend their time on these
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What was the ideal Nazi woman?
No makeup, blonde, blue eyes and wide hips
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What was the Nazi woman's racial role?
To create pure Aryan children
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What was the Nazi woman's nurturing role?
To bring up Nazi children
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What was the Nazi woman's economic role?
To buy German goods instead of imported goods
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What was women's propaganda focused on?
The traditional role and discrimination against degenerate women
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What year were women banned from having jobs in the Nazi party?
1921
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What year were women banned from professional jobs?
1933
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What year were women banned from jobs in courts?
1936
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What year were women allowed to do clerical jobs in the armed forces?
1940
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What happened to prostitutes in Nazi Germany?
They were jailed although it wasn't illegal
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What happened to unfaithful women?
Sent to concentration camps
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What year were marriage loans brought in?
1933
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What were marriage loans?
Loans given to Aryan couples to allow them to get married
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What intensives were there to encourage women to have more children?
Mothers cross, reduced taxes the more children you have
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What year was abortion made illegal?
1933, although they were allowed for racially unpure babies
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What year was the Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honour?
1935
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What was the Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honour?
It banned marriages between Aryans and anybody racially un-pure
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What was the role of women in the FRG?
Traditional role
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What year was the Marriage and Family Law?
1977
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What was the Marriage and Family Law?
Gave women equal rights in marriage
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What year could women work without their husbands consent?
1958
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