Social policy and practice?

What did Hitler hope to do from German school system?
Hitler hoped to brainwash young Germans into loving him and the Nazi Party. Children who learned to idolise him when they were young would continue to admire him for the rest of their lives. He ensured loyalty.
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Which subjects would a young German schoolchild study?
History, Geography,PE, science and maths.
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What happened to universities between 1933-1934?
Fifteen percent of university lecturers or professors were replaced a third for racial reasons reasons and half for political reasons.
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What happened by 1939?
Over 3000 had been dismissed, leading academics left the country too, including world-famous physicist Albert Einstein. German universities had to change their courses so they reflected what the Nazis believed.
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What did Hitler do in 1935?
He gave a speech outlining what the ideal teenager should be like.
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What did Hitler set up?
Hitler youth Organisation. Taught important it was to be a loyal to Hitler, boys were taught military skills while the girls learned how to be good wives and mothers.
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In 1933 what did Hitler do?
Banned all other youth groups. As a result many young people joined the Hitler youth.
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What life is like as a German boy?
From age 6 to 10- joined 'little fellows', then from 10-14 'Young Folk' then too 'Hitler Youth' from 14 to 18.
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What life is like as a German Girl?
From age 10 to 14 joined 'young girls',from 14 to 17 'League of German Girls' Learn how keep fit,cook good meals, look after babies, prepare for motherhood.
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What was life like for women in the 1920's?
Women had many rights and freedoms, many attended university and became lawyers and doctors.
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What are the three K's?
Kinder,Kirche,and Kuche (children,church and cooking)
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How were women controlled?
Women were banned from smoking 'unladylike',wearing trousers or high heels. Women were only allowed to have children.
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What was Lebensborn?
The movement as an attempt increase the birth rate.
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What is the German Women's League?
Giving advice on cooking,childcare and healthy eating.
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What did the Nazis say they believed in the importance?
Marriage, family, Moral values.
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