Presentation on theme: "Possible failure – Swingers P. 286-287 How does this alternative youth group show the Nazis are not achieving their aims? Is there anything that suggests."— Presentation transcript:
Possible failure – Swingers P. 286-287 How does this alternative youth group show the Nazis are not achieving their aims? Is there anything that suggests that despite the presence of this group, on the whole the Nazis are achieving their aims? Begin inputting data on PLC.
Do the Edelweiss Pirates and Swingers show that youth policies failed in Germany?
Homework – due Thursday 12 th March Get your homework out Read pp. 292-303 and make notes on the different ways that the Nazis achieved their aims with women
Women in Nazi Germany C aim – to identify the aims the Nazis had for German women and how they met them B/A aim – to explain their aims in detail and assess how far they met them What would the Nazis have thought about this sort of Weimar woman? What may they have done about this?
Nazi policy towards women How this policy was met
Nazi policy towards women How this policy was metAny limitations to this policy How far this policy was met
Nazi policy towards women How this policy was metAny limitations to this policy How far this policy was met Reversing modernisation of women’s roles in the 1920s Propaganda Increasing the birth-rate and women devoting themselves to childbearing Cross of German motherhood, propaganda, divorce was encouraged if a couple were infertile, 1943 marriage law p. 296, welfare schemes, improved maternity, restrictions on contraception and abortion, Lebensborn programme was when women went to have sex with SS officers to create more strong aryan babies Birth rate started to decline in the late 1930s – the initial increase may have been due to economic recovery than Nazi policies Traditional gender roles Propaganda, youth groups, education Increase suitable marriages Marriage loans introduced, not allowed to marry racially unpure, had to get a fitness to marry certificate Divorce increased after 1938 Reduce education and employment – help with traditional gender roles Restricted employment, if male and female applicants were equal for civil service and teachers from October 1933 the man had to be given preference, not allowed to be judges or lawyers, only 10% of women allowed to enrol at university Women worked more in the build up to and during WWII as there was a huge demand for Labour. Not that many women were actually forced out of jobs. Include in the Nazi Volksgemeinschaft
Women in Nazi Germany C aim – to identify the aims the Nazis had for German women and how they met them B/A aim – to explain their aims in detail and assess how far they met them Tell your partner – One aim the Nazis had for women – How they tried to meet this aim – Any limitations there were – How far they met this policy – Then move onto a new aim!
Nazi policies towards women were contraditory. How far do you agree with this statement?
How far did the German public consent to the Nazi dictatorship? Consent Opposition With youth and other topics
How much terror and repression was there in Nazi Germany?
How far was Hitler in complete control from 1933 to 1945?
Homework – due Monday 16 th March Read the chapter and answer... – What does Kershaw believe ‘the Hitler myth’ was? – How does he believe ‘the Hitler myth’ was created? Write facts that support these statements from everything you have done so far on Nazi Germany from 1933. – The German public consented to the Nazi dictatorship. – The German public opposed the Nazi dictatorship. – Nazi Germany was controlled through terror and repression. – Hitler was in complete control of Nazi Germany. – Hitler was not in complete control of Nazi Germany.