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Nazi Youth Policy. Nazis in Power Part 2: Terror and Force. Learning Intention. Today we will examine Nazi Youth Policy and the extent to which people were controlled by the Nazi state. Distortion of Education - KU. RE banned – only Hitler to be idolised

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nazi youth policy

Nazi Youth Policy

Nazis in PowerPart 2: Terror and Force

learning intention
Learning Intention
  • Today we will examine Nazi Youth Policy and the extent to which people were controlled by the Nazi state
distortion of education ku
Distortion of Education - KU
  • RE banned – only Hitler to be idolised
  • Increased Physical Education – building a strong future army
  • Biology – included racial theories which promoted Aryans as the master race
persecution of minorities ku
Persecution of Minorities - KU
  • Jewish students segregated in schools
  • Jewish schools built
  • Eventually Jewish children excluded from education system
forced compliance of youth ku
Forced compliance of Youth - KU
  • Hitler Jugend (HJ, Hitler Youth) and BundDeutscher Mädel (BDM, League of German Maidens) were compulsory by 1938
  • Focus changed to make organisations stricter, incorporating more anti-Semitism and military pursuits
youth analysis
Youth - Analysis
  • Youth organisations were fun at first but became a string of endless political lectures and marching
  • Girls were forbidden to wear makeup or have their hair cut – girls became resentful
  • Parents were scared of the brainwashing of their children through Youth Organisations therefore would not criticise Hitler in front of children
nazis in power essay plan we will now add today s information on to the plan for this essay
Nazis in Power Essay Planwe will now add today’s information on to the plan for this essay

Terror/ Force

Youth Policy

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