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What were the aims of the Nazi party towards women?
Ideological: Child bearers of the Third Reich
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What methods were used to coordinate women into the Volksgemeinschaft? (3)
German Woman's League (DFW), National Socialist Woman's Organisation (NS-F), Reich Mother's Service (RMD)
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What was the German Woman's League (DFW)?
The Female version of the DAF
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What was the National Socialist Woman's Organisation (NS-F)?
An group for elite women, promoting the ideals
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What was the Reich Mother's Service (RMD)?
Mum Training
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How many members of the DFW were there by 1939?
Over 6 million
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What percentage of Women were allowed into University?
10%
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How many women had taken classes from the RMD by 1939?
1.7 Million
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What were the aims of the Nazi party towards Peasants? (2)
Reduce Debts & Promote Ideology
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What method did the Nazis use to coordinate Peasants into the Volksgemeinschaft?
The Reich Food Estate 1933
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What was the Reich Food Estate?
Cutting out the middle man and getting a fair deal for farmers + low food prices
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By how much did the Farmer's income increase? When?
41% in 1938
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How much money was donated to clear Farmer's debts
650 RM
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What did price controls do to Farmer's profits?
Squeezed them
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Which way was the increase in population drift?
Country to City
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What were the Nazi aims towards workers? (2)
Ban Trade Unions & Increase Production
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What methods did the Nazis use to coordinate Workers into the Volksgemeinschaft?
DAF 1933 & Fixed Wages 1933
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How many paid employees of the DAF were there by 1939?
44,500
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How many firms were improved by the KdF?
34,000
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How many members of the KdF were there by 1936?
35 million
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Why was the Beauty through Labor incentive a failure?
People stopped receiving them after 1939 (war)
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How many hours was the working week increased to during the war?
60 Hours
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What were the Nazi aims for the Youth?
To indoctrinate them so they could raise a pure Nazi generation after them
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What Methods did Nazis use to coordinate the Youth into the Volksgemeinschaft? (4)
NSLB, BDM, Education + Ideology/Vetting Textbooks, Hitler Youth, Napola Schools, Ordensburgen, Adolf Hitler Schools
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How many % of German teachers were part of the NSLB by 1993?
97%
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When was Hitler Youth and BDM made compulsory?
1939
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How many members of the HY were there by 1939?
8.7 million
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How did the Eidelweiss Pirates Resist the Regime?
Anti-Nazi Songs, Non-Conformist Behaviour
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How did the White Rose Group Resist the Regime?
Anit-Nazi Literature and Leaflets
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Who headed the White Rose Group?
Hans and Sophie Scholl
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How did the Swing Youth Movement Resist the Regime?
Listening to Banned music and wearing English Style clothes
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How else did the Youth Resist the Regime?
Abstenteeism - They didn't go to HY or BDM rallies/events
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What was the Nazi aim for the church?
To make the focus of loyalty the Fuhrer
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What were the methods the Nazis used to coordinate the Church into the Volksgemeinschaft? (4)
German Christians, Reich Church, German Faith Movement, Concordat
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Who were the German Christians?
The Nazi supporting religious group who saw Hitler as the national Messiah
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What was the aim of the Reich Church or 1933?
To Nazify/Nationalise the 28 seperate churches into one Reich Church
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What was the German Faith Movement?
An Alternate Faith based around paiganism where morality was defined in terms of your service to the state
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What did the Concordat of 1934 do?
Promised no interference between the Church and Nazi Party
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How many German Christians were there by mid 1930s?
600,000
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Were the Nazis Successful in Nationalising the Church?
Yes
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How did Neimoller and Bonhoeffer Resist the Nazi Regime?
Through the Confessional Church
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What was the Confessional Church?
Church based purely on the Bible which opposed the Nazi Church
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How many supporters of the German Faith movement were there ?
40,000
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When was the Papal Encyclical issued? By Whom?
1937 by Pope Pius XI
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Overall how successful was the Nazi Party at creating a Volksgemeinschaft?
Quite successful, but there was some resistance too.
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