Children in Nazi Germany

graciemay1403
Mind Map by graciemay1403, updated more than 1 year ago
graciemay1403
Created by graciemay1403 almost 5 years ago
9
1

Description

sjfhdbsgjsgbdm,saf a
Tags

Resource summary

Children in Nazi Germany
1 PE
1.1 Nazis wanted boys to be fit so they would be good soldiers
1.2 Girls also had to be fit to be good mothers
2 Hitler Youth
2.1 Organisation that boys joined
2.2 camping, wrestling, sports and taught Hitler's ideas
2.3 Idea was to produce generation of strong, resourceful and aggressive men who would be commited to Nazi ideas
3 League of German Maidens
3.1 Prepared girls for their role as housewives
3.2 Taught household jobs and went on weekend outings
3.3 Healthy women would produce next generation
4 Indoctrination
4.1 Process of teaching certain set of beliefs as facts
5 Education
5.1 Children were taught about greatness of Hitler. Jewish children were forced from German schools by 1938. Overall education wasn't meant to produce independant critical thinkers but exact opposite
6 Primary Schools
6.1 Taught stories of Nazi knights who saved maidens from bad Russian gnomes. In maths, young child had to count number of SS guards, older children might calculate amount of explosives needed to bomb Jewish town. From birth, children were told that Germans were master race.
7 Secondary School
7.1 Teachers had to be Nazi party members
7.2 Biology covered supremacy of German race
7.3 History, they were taught how Treaty of Versailles was unfair
8 1939 - NAZI YOUTH MOVEMENT MADE COMPULSORY
Show full summary Hide full summary

Similar

World War II Notebook
jenniferfish2014
Implications of War- Causes, Practices, and Effects Unit
AlisonH
The Weimar Republic, 1919-1929
shann.w
Why did Chamberlain's Policy of Appeasement fail to prevent the outbreak of war in 1939?
Leah Firmstone
Causes and Practices of War Quiz
AlisonH
Germany 1918-39
Cam Burke
Hitler and the Nazi Party (1919-23)
Adam Collinge
Weimar Revision
Tom Mitchell
The Berlin Crisis
Alina A
Hitler's Chancellorship
c7jeremy
Weimar Germany 1919: The Spartacists and the constitution
Chris Clayton