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  1. Nazi Germany LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  2. STARTER: Unscramble these letters to form leading Nazifigures retalbperes lurofldseshs richiehnrelimhm sopehjsegebebosl nhnearmnringog dalfotilreh

  3. STARTER: Unscramble these letters to form leading Nazifigures retalbperesAlbert Speer lurofldseshsRudolf Hess  richiehnrelimhmHeinrich Himmler sopehjsegebeboslJoseph Goebbels  nhnearmnringogHermann Goring dalfotilrehAdolf Hitler 

  4. He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future! Adolf Hitler, speech at the Reichstag, 1935

  5. He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future! Adolf Hitler, speech at the Reichstag, 1935

  6. He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future! Adolf Hitler, speech at the Reichstag, 1935

  7. He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future! Adolf Hitler, speech at the Reichstag, 1935

  8. He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future! Adolf Hitler, speech at the Reichstag, 1935

  9. Members of the Hitler Youth at military training At an after-school meeting, Hitler Youth wear gas masks as part of their military training in 1938. LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  10. What are they holding? What do you think they are going to do? LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  11. LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  12. Hitler placed a higher value on what children did than on what they studied. • As a result of this, the importance of schools was diminished by the growth of Nazi youth organizations: • THE HITLER YOUTH MOVEMENT • THE LEAGUE OF GERMAN MAIDENS

  13. The reality….. Idealistic propaganda of the perfect German girl

  14. Hitler was promoted as a perfect role model for young Germans LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  15. All young people were supposed to join a Nazi Youth Movement. Other youth movements, such as the Scouts and Girl Guides, were banned. Hitler’s organizations taught them loyaltyand were designed to prepare girls and boys for the roles they would need to perform in wartime. Youth organizations LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  16. Structure of the Youth Movement Age Boys Led by Baldur von Schirach Girls Led by Gertrud Scholz-Klink 6–10 Pimpfen (Little Fellows) – 10–14 Deutsches Jungvolk (DJ) (German Young Folk) The Jungmädel (JM) (Young Girls) 14–18 The Hitlerjugend (HJ) (Hitler Youth) The Bund Deutscher Mädchen (BDM) (German Girls’ League) LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  17. The Youth Movements – popular features LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  18. Unpopular features LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  19. Resistance to the Youth Movements The youth groups were not universally popular. Many young Germans found them too regimented and militaristic. By 1938, attendance levels at Hitler Youth clubs was barely 25%, prompting the government to make attendance compulsory in 1939. Some young people formed their own alternative groups: • TheEdelweiss Piratesgrew their hair long and fought with members of the Hitler Youth. • Members of the Swing Movementdefied the Nazis by listening to banned American Jazz music. During the war, the Gestapo cracked down on these groups. Some members as young as 16 were even hanged. LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  20. The Swing movement and the Navajos Some young people chose to oppose the Nazis, even though they (unlike the Jews) could have lived a quiet life in the Third Reich. The Swingmovement met to dance and listen to forbidden jazz music, and welcomed Jews in their clubs. TheEdelweiss Pirates, or Navajos, helped deserters and refugees during the war – 12 of their leaders were hanged in Cologne in 1944 for attacking the Gestapo. Swing Kids: 10 minutes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLR_Daw2Lwg&feature=related

  21. How did the Nazis respond to this anti-social threat? ‘Undesirables and criminals’ executed in 1939

  22. ‘Undesirables and criminals’ executed in 1939

  23. ‘Undesirables and criminals’ executed in 1939

  24. The White Rose LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society

  25. Opposition to the Nazis - Sophie Scholl http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZJXLZdnhCI&feature=related 14 minutes

  26. Hitler youth camp (Hitler speech – 10 mins http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fdkg5sPf-tk Hitler Youth Training (in German) – 4 mins http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNftqfvQ6os&feature=fvwrel Edelweiss Pirates - Heroes Against Fascism – 8 mins http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrUsjRLF4pA Edelweisspiraten - Trailer – 4 mins http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edy4al00UPU

  27. TASKS: What were the two Nazi youth movements called? Explain what Hitler meant in his quote: He alone, who owns the youth, gains the Future! Describe the Nazi ideal of how girls should look and behave. Name two youth organizations banned by the Nazis Explain why (a) boys, & (b) girls found the Nazi youth movement appealing. Explain what was unpopular for some young people about the Nazi youth movements. Write a paragraph describing who (a) the Edelweiss Pirates and (b) Swing Movement were. Explain their attitudes to the Nazis. Write a paragraph describing the ‘White Rose’, include the example of Sophie Scholl in your answer.

  28. Plenary LO: Understand and explain the significance of Hitler’s Youth policies as part of his total control of German society