Nazi domestic policies 1933-39

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A mind map summarising all the key details of Nazi domestic policies for EdExcel GCSE History A Unit 2: Modern World Depth Study - Germany.

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Nazi domestic policies 1933-39
1 Young people
1.1 Education
1.1.1 Teachers joined the Nazi Teachers' League
1.1.2 Curriculum devoted to preparing students for future roles
1.1.3 Physical education 15% of curriculum - healthy, fit Germans
1.1.4 Boys - emphasis on military, Girls - emphasis on home crafts + cookery
1.1.5 Race studies + eugenics lessons introduced
1.1.6 Textbooks rewritten, Mein Kampf standard
1.2 Youth organisations
1.2.1 Membership compulsory 1936
1.2.2 Boys: German Young People (DJV) 10-14, Hitler Youth (HJ) 14-18 - emphasis on military skills + Nazi ideology
1.2.3 Girls: League of Young Girls (JMB) 10-14, League of German Maidens (BDM) 14-18 - similar, more domestic skills than military
2 Women
2.1 Traditional domestic role: Kinder, Kuche, Kirche
2.2 Reduced numbers of married women in employment (reversed in 1937 due to rearmament)
2.3 Increase in birth rate promoted by marriage loans + medals
2.4 Smoking + drinking discouraged
2.5 Appearance plain - long hair + skirts, no make-up
3 Employment
3.1 Rose to nearly 100% in 1938
3.2 Labour Service Corps - all men 18-25 served for 6 months
3.3 Projects for unemployed: autobahns + public works
3.4 Conscription introduced for 2 years in 1935
3.5 Rearmament - jobs in heavy industry
3.6 Invisible unemployment: Jews + married women struck off roll
4 Standard of living
4.1 Decreased
4.1.1 Labour Front removed workers' rights - no strikes
4.1.2 Longer working hours + cost of living higher
4.1.3 Policies (SdA + KdF) not always effective (required worker input)
4.1.4 Volkswagen scheme not put in place - money never refunded
4.2 Increased
4.2.1 Wages higher
4.2.2 Strength through Joy (KdF) - cheap leisure activities (Prora holiday camp etc.)
4.2.3 Beauty of Labour (SdA) - improved working conditions
4.2.4 Volkswagen cars promised + autobahns improved transport
5 Minority groups
5.1 Slavs
5.2 Romani
5.3 Homosexuals
5.4 Mentally/Physical disabled
5.5 Methods: sterilisation, euthanasia, concentration camps
6 Jews
6.1 1933: Boycott of businesses
6.2 1934: Removal from high-powered jobs
6.3 1935: Nuremberg Laws denied citizenship + marriage
6.4 Star of David introduced - mandatory
6.5 1938: Enforced names (Israel + Sara)
6.6 9 Nov 1938: Kristallnacht - fierce attack on businesses + synagogues due to attack in Parisian embassy

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