youth and education in Germany

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1. why was the opposition to the youth movements?

  • the parents wanted their children to learn to be bakers not soldiers.
  • parents disliked their children being loyal to the Nazi's and some youths disliked the discipline.
  • thousands of young people wanted to live in Britain.
  • parents thought that Hitler would kill all the children.
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2. at what age did boys have to join the 'little fellows'?

  • 6
  • 9
  • 5
  • 7

3. what was the main purpose of the Nazi style education?

  • to teach them to read and write
  • to train young people to be good Nazi's and serve the state.
  • to teach them to kill as many jews as possible.
  • so that all young people could use a spade.

4. was there any opposition to the youth groups?

  • not often
  • yes
  • no
  • daily

5. between what ages did boys have to join the 'Hitler youth'?

  • 9-14
  • 10-18
  • 10-14
  • 14-18


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