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1 Including, women, education, youth, religion...


3 Religion

4 : by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord."  "Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord."  Jesus was a prototype Arian not a Jewish creation.  Hitler’s Education

5 "Important leaders of the National Socialist party would have liked to meet this situation [of church influence] by complete extirpation of Christianity and the substitution of a purely racial religion,  “The Nazi Master Plan”  Getting rid of Christian churches?  Other religions Muslims

6 Women

7  25 points published in 1920  “World is her husband, her family, her children, and her home.”  Remain in the home – 1/3 of male population lost jobs in depression.  66% of men’s wages  Election 1932 – 800,000 women to be out of unemployment in 4 years  Aug 1933 – increase in taxes for some, loans for others “the one absolute aim of female education must be with a view to the future mother"

8 Girl  Woman  Age of 10 – Jungmädel  Age of 14 – Bund Deutscher Mädel  Before Nazis -18,315 women students at university  1939 – 5,447 female university students  1944 – 28,378 women at university because men in armed forces  Anti – feminism – left wing political groups  Oct 1933 – Moringen. Then second one built in 1934

9 Key aim:- to make a generation that didn’t question his reign. When an opponent declares, 'I will not come over to your side', I calmly say, 'Your child belongs to us already... What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community'" Hitler 1933

10 “We older ones are used up. Yes, we are old already...We are cowardly and sentimental... But my magnificent youngsters? Are there finer ones anywhere in the world? Look at these young men and boys. What material! With them I can make a new world...." Hitler

11 "While the older generation could still waver, the younger generation has pledged itself to us and is ours, body and soul!" Hitler 1934  Jewish children not allowed.  Two different section Girls  Trained for house work and motherhood Boys  Trained for war and defending the country ○ Hitler youth compulsory from 1936 the 'Pimpf' for boys from 6 to 10 the 'jungvolk' for boys from 10 to 14 the 'hitler jugend' for boys from 14 to 18  Many loved it before the war but afterwards...

12 Education  Curriculum was altered slightly, but learnt different things. Biology  The difference between Aryan and Jews German  learn the true language History  learn how the Jews have “Cheated Germany” Geography  Perhaps boarders changed from T of V. "I intend to have an athletic youth--that is the first and the chief thing... I will have no intellectual training. Knowledge is ruin to my young men."

13 PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE  Future Nazi’s were trained at elite schools.  Curriculum of history changed

14 Youth groups  Not all abided by Hitler’s regime Swing movement Edelweiss pirates White rose

15 Hans Scholl, Sophie Scholl and Christl Probst, during the summer 1942 Originally liked Hitler youth but Jewish friend not allowed and foreign songs forbidden. Hans suggested that hey started handing out leaflets. Encouraged the resistance against Hitler. Consequences: Arrested on February 18 th 1944 Carried the entire blame. Sentenced to death.

16 Swing movement  Disliked the strictness of the Hitler youth.  Hitler originally authorized the festivals but banned them.  They differed from the traditional music and the way they looked and acted  Hitler youth disliked them as grown up with Hitler’s regime.

17 Edelweiss pirates  Had one common aim... Escape from Hitler’s youth and the control of the regime.  Handed out leaflets and sheltered runaways.  Some joined resistance groups and created political resistance.

18 Activity! Group 1Group 2Group 3 EsiMeganGrace Leo

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