How successfully did the Nazis impose their ideology on German women?

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How successfully did the Nazis impose their ideology on German women?
1 Nazis believed women should concentrate on childbearing and supporting their husbands
2 This distinct role for women was seen as important and of equal value to the role of men
3 Many of the Nazis' reactionary ideas were widely held, and many women viewed their policies positively
4 Nazi policies towards women were in some respects contradictory
5 The Nazis stressed the role of the family, but increasingly they were prepared to encourage divorce and extra-marital sex to breed more genetically pure German
6 The Gov. provided marriage loans and increased welfare services for mothers
7 The Nazis initially encouraged and forced women to give up some jobs, but this trend was reversed during the Second World War
8 Women's opportunities in universities were initially restricted, but this policy too was later reversed
9 The Nazis set up several women's organisations that involved women outside the family sphere
10 Women's experience of the Third Reich was complex and varied, and was not simply a reflection of Nazi ideology

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