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To find out How the Nazis attempted to control youth groups and why How successful the Nazis were in controlling young people within Germany
How did posters like this encourage young people to join youth groups? A poster by Ludwig Hohlwin, advertising the ‘League of German Maidens in the Hitler Youth’.
Describe this member of the BDM’s physical appearance.
This member of the BDM is portrayed as being fit and healthy. She appears happy and has ‘Aryan’ features. Which Youth Groups is this referring too.
This member of the BDM is portrayed as being fit and healthy. She appears happy and has ‘Aryan’ features. Describe this member of the BDM’s physical appearance. Which Youth Groups is this referring too. The BDM and Hitler Youth. The BDM was intended for girls aged from 14 to 21 years old.
In the background of the poster there are a number of Nazi Youth Flags. The German maiden is proudly carrying the Swastika. Describe the background of the poster. How does this help to get the message of the poster across to the viewer?
What can you see? How did the Nazis encourage young people to join the Hitler Youth?
How did posters like this encourage young people to join youth groups? Click on an area of the poster that you would like to know more about.
The caption reads: ‘Youth serves the Fuhrer’ It became compulsory to join the Hitler Youth (HJ) in 1939. In 1936 the Hitler Youth Law had been passed but it had only recommended that youths should belong to the HJ. Click here to go back
The young boy is Aryan in appearance and is wearing the uniform of the Hitler Youth. The intention of the poster was to persuade youths that it was their duty to follow the Fuhrer’s instructions and join the HJ. The youth in the picture stands as a role model for others youths to try and follow and emulate. Click here to go back
Ten year old boys joined the Pimpfen or German Young People. At the age of fourteen they would transfer to the Hitler Youth (HJ). Girls joined the League of Young Girls at the age of ten and transferred to the League of German Maidens (BDM) at the age of fourteen. Both boys and girls left the youth organisations when eighteen. ‘All ten year olds into the Hitler Youth’ Click here to go back
The image of Hitler in the background shows him watching over all members of the Hitler Youth. Hitler dominates the picture as he stares out of the picture – possibly into the future. The Hitler Youth stands proudly before Hitler and also looks into the distance. Click here to go back
What can you see? How did the Nazis encourage young people to join the Hitler Youth? Click here to go back
How did the Nazis attempt to control Youth Groups and why?
How successful were the Nazis in controlling young people within Germany? END
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