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HITLER YOUTH

By: Zoey Doyle

HISTORICAL
BACKGROUND

Formed by Germanys Nazi Party

They wore brown shirts, black trousers or shorts, And red and white arm bands.

They were taught that weakness was to be eliminated.

Children were ordered to spy on there own families and report any sign of antiNazi criticism.

An organization prepared girls for motherhood.

Boys learned how to be strong, fit German soldiers.

HOW YOUTHS WERE


ORGANIZED
They were organized in groups. A girls group where they
stressed about home, family, and how to take care of
children, and a boys group where they maintained a
healthy and strong body and learned the skills in order to
become a German warrior. All one age would be together,
14 year olds with 14 year olds and so on.

HITLER YOUTH
RULES
Had to report anything that was against Hitler
youth even if it was their families.

Children were only allowed to participate in there


youth groups outside of school.

The youth groups always had to do what was best


for the German nation.

NAZI
PROPAGANDA

Nazi Propaganda was when Germans were reminded of the


struggle between the foreign enemies and Jews.

The propaganda campaigns made an atmospheres that


deals with violence towards the Jews.

European nations who got territory at Germany's expense


following World War I, such as Poland, was the subject of
Nazi propaganda.

After the Germans invaded the soviet union the Nazi


Propaganda stressed at civilians who were at there
houses and to soldiers.

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF


A HITLER YOUTH
A child in Hitler youth would start there day off by
going to school like any other kid. The boys would
learn about how to become a strong and healthy
soldier, and the girls would learn about how to take
care of a baby and how to take care of their homes.
The children would walk around and if they heard
anything against the government they were to
report it even if it was their families.

LEAGUE OF
GERMAN GIRLS
Hitler believed that girls had to
have training to make them
muscular and strong to be great
German mothers. The girls
were 14 - 18 and they were
followed on by girls in young
girls league who were 10 - 14.

CONSEQUENCES FOR
REBELLION
If parents didnt enroll in the
Greater Reich, there children
would be taken and put into
orphanages unless they
enrolled in this youth.

WORKS CITED

"Nazi Propaganda." United States Holocaust


Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust

Memorial Council, 20 June 2014. Web. 14 Dec. 2014

"League of German Girls." League of German Girls.


N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Dec. 2014.

"Nazi Propaganda." United States Holocaust


Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust

Memorial Council, 20 June 2014. Web. 14 Dec. 2014.