Essays Tagged: "Hitler Youth"

How Successful was the Nazi youth policy?

idolise their Fuhrer. Girls in the B.D.M wrote love letters to him and have been quoted to look at Hitler as "God." The Nazis manage to catch children at the right age and successfully brainwashed an ... ed and hype up Hitler through propaganda and it was clear just by looking at the hysteria at one of Hitler's speeches that they had succeeded in doing this.Activities within the groups like marching a ...

(4 pages) 43 0 4.5 Feb/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

"How Successful Was the Indoctrination of the German Youth Under the Nazi Regime?"

How Successful Was the Indoctrination of theGerman Youth Under the Nazi Regime?Hitler expressed the need for indoctrination in many speeches from the beginning of his leadership. ... sary as, perhaps even more necessary than, the material mobilisation of the nation.' The Law on the Hitler Youth also emphasised the indoctrination of the youth: 'All German young people...will be edu ... also emphasised the indoctrination of the youth: 'All German young people...will be educated in the Hitler Youth physically, intellectually, and morally in the spirit of National Socialism'. However, ...

(6 pages) 31 0 2.2 Oct/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

Nazi soldiers(not well formatted, good for studing or getting info)

the youth of Germany and former German soldiers to bring in the military. One example of propaganda Hitler used was "To join all of Europe to make a Greater German" (Cartlidge 9). They used propaganda ... make a Greater German" (Cartlidge 9). They used propaganda to get the youth of Germany to join the Hitler youth and to get former soldiers to join back up. It was to affect other countries to join up ...

(1 pages) 38 1 4.5 Jul/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

HY purposes & members

The Hitler Youth (Hitler Jugend) was an extension of Hitler's belief that the Nazi future in Germany was ... itler Jugend) was an extension of Hitler's belief that the Nazi future in Germany was its children. Hitler saw the Hitler youth as being as important to a child as school. In the early years of the Na ... Hitler youth as being as important to a child as school. In the early years of the Nazi government, Hitler made a speech at the Nuremberg Rally, 14 September 1935, which tells of the exact nature and ...

(17 pages) 38 0 5.0 Nov/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers

How did the Nazi's rule affect young people in Nazi Germany?

dren. Only boys studied science, foreign languages and mathematics as separate subjects. The Hitler youth was an organisation led by Balder von Schirach with the aim of training young men in Na ... ional Socialist values that they could use in their everyday lives. But it wasn't all politics. The Hitler Youth were very strong about the belief of physical fitness and outdoor life. In 1939 members ...

(5 pages) 26 0 3.7 Feb/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers

The Hitler Youth and Boy scouts - an investigation of the differences and similarities, and their origin

The Hitler Youth and Boy scouts- an investigation of the differences and similarities,and their originIn ... oy scouts- an investigation of the differences and similarities,and their originIntroductionIn 1939 Hitler said "Look at these young men and boys! What material! With them I can make a new world!" Thi ... se young men and boys! What material! With them I can make a new world!" This gives an idea of what Hitler thought of the youth and what an important role the youth played in his politics. Hitler had ...

(16 pages) 32 0 5.0 Mar/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

According to the Sources how far did the Nazis succeeded in converting German Youth to the ideals of the Volksgemeinschaft?

Hitler recognised that he would have limited success in winning over every adult and that the youth ... y he had planned. Youth represented the future Germany - the Volksgemeinschaft. Millions joined The Hitler Youth programme. Many were forced through compulsory membership (1936). Youth played an impor ... ory membership (1936). Youth played an important and significant part in the national community.The Hitler youth programme was set by Hitler in order to indoctrinate German Youth to perpetuate the Rei ...

(3 pages) 24 1 5.0 Dec/2005

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

How did Hitler use propaganda to gain support?

ral public from the standpoint of an idea and makes them ripe for the victory of this idea."--Adolf Hitler. These words showed Hitler's awareness of the importance of propaganda--a means that helped h ... he importance of propaganda--a means that helped him to gain support from the people. The fact that Hitler became chancellor in 1933 gave the Nazis more freedom and opportunities to use propaganda to ...

(4 pages) 43 0 3.0 May/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

Hitler Youth

Hitler wanted to turn all the young Germans into loyal Nazis. The greatest influences on young Germa ... youth movements. Therefore, the Nazis formed their own youth movement in 1922, it was known as the Hitler - Jugend (Hitler youth).By the year 1933, the membership had grown to 100,000. Once Hitler ca ... d grown to 100,000. Once Hitler came to power all other youth movements were abolished which helped Hitler youth grow quickly. In 1936, the figure stood at 4 million members because it had become all ...

(3 pages) 1636 0 1.0 Sep/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

The Hitler Youth 1933-1939

The Hitler Youth was a coherent expansion of Hitler's belief that the future of Nazi Germany was its you ... ent expansion of Hitler's belief that the future of Nazi Germany was its youth. The Hitler Youth or Hitler-Jugend (HJ) in Germany, was originally founded in 1926 as a male youth movement of the NSDAP, ... rer, demonstrated through its organisation, leadership, principles and role within Nazi Germany.The Hitler Youth was organised by Adolf Hitler in 1933 for educating and training male youth in Nazi pri ...

(4 pages) 17 0 1.0 Oct/2006

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

Explain the nature and purpose of the Hitler Youth Movement

The Hitler Youth movement was set up to fulfil the following aimsTo create a future armyTo create a loya ... ate a loyal German YouthTo teach about Nazi ideals/historyFirstly I am going to examine whether the Hitler Youth movement was able to achieve these aim, and if so, how. I will look at the activities t ... nce and control the German Youth. I will look at whether this was achieved too.The first aim of the Hitler Youth was ‘To create a future army’. Hitler wanted to create an army because this w ...

(4 pages) 13 0 0.0 Oct/2007

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

Hitler Policies

midated into silence by the powerful Gestapo informant network. On the other hand, many approved of Hitler?s racial polices. Ideological factors overrode military and economic or social considerations ... erproductive to the German war effort.On 23 March the Reichstag passed the Enabling Act, which gave Hitler dictatorial powers for four years. By doing so the Reichstag transferred power from itself to ...

(1 pages) 482 0 0.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

Discuss the nature and purpose of the Hitler Youth movement. How did it promote Nazi ideology? How effective was the Hitler Youth as an institute promoting Nazi ideology?

The Hitler Youth or Hitler Jugend (HJ) was developed by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party in 1926. Childre ... ages of 6 and 21 joined the HJ to participate in swimming, hiking, war games and other activities. Hitler aimed to imprint his ideals upon the Hitler Youth members by slowly immersing them in anti-Je ... rls towards developing into strong and healthy mothers who knew the importance of blood purity. The Hitler Youth movement was incredibly effective while support for it lasted. Hitler successfully brai ...

(5 pages) 3853 0 0.0 Apr/2009

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History > German History

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Hitler's Thoughts Mimicked in his Actions Michelle Agyemang­Amoako 7.14.14 1Adolf Hitler was b ... e town of Braunau. He grew up in a poor, low­class family with his mother and father. As a kid, Hitler wasn't the smartest, but instead known for good leadership skills and his popularity. After d ... for good leadership skills and his popularity. After dropping out of school at the age of fifteen, Hitler tried to pursue careers in art and the army. Sadly they ended with denial and a stage of blin ...

(7 pages) 2 0 0.0 Sep/2014

Subjects: Art Essays > Performing Arts

Youth resistance in Nazi Germany

ccessful, as there was a great use of propaganda towards them, which included the education system, Hitler Youth, and the control over Germany youth culture. Nevertheless, there were still youths who ... is used on German youth was very successful and effectively controlled their minds.Furthermore, the Hitler Youth was also a large method of control towards German youth by the Nazis. The basic law of ...

(5 pages) 4 0 0.0 Oct/2014

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II