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GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 1 What was the purpose of the Hitler Youth?
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 2 What was the appeal of the Hitler Youth?
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 3 Which groups of children could not join the Hitler Youth?
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 4 What activities did the Hitler Youth provide for girls?
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 5 What types of activities did the Hitler Youth provide for boys?
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 6 What were the different parts of the Hitler Youth organisation?
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 7 How was propaganda used to promote membership of the Hitler Youth?
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 8 Which groups of people opposed membership of the Hitler Youth? Why?
GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning Video Lessons © Hodder Education 2010 The Hitler Youth Question 9 How did the Hitler Youth change after Hitler became Chancellor?
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