Flashcards in Germany KQ3 Deck (17):
Censorship vs propaganda
Propaganda is promoting a point of view, censorship is blocking something
How did they use censorship?
1933- 20,000 Jewishness/communist books burned
1938- 10,000 newspapers gone, 2500 text books burned
No jazz or dancing associated with jazz
What did the unemployment change by between 1933 and 39
6 million to 302 thousand, almost 5.7 million less
How did hitler help unemployment decrease?
Factories were built to make weapons
National Labour Service (RAD) created to make jobs
How did hitler bend the truth about unemployment?
Neither women or Jews were included
Conscription was introduced and people doing there time in the army weren’t counted
How did marriage change for women in the nazi era?
1933 law for the encouragement of marriage
Lebensborn “donate a baby to the führer” by having it with an SS member
How were women motivated to have so many Children?
Jobs for women
Work at home
3Ks Kinder(children) kuche(kitchen) kirche(church)
Give 3 examples of the appearance restrictions for women
Bun or plait
No make up
How did school change?
Textbooks re-written to suit nazis mein Kampf a core text
Teachers swear an oath to the führer
Salute to hitler
Geography about evil neighbours
Maths about burning Jewish textbooks
14-18 year old boys had to join, it started off fun, they learned nazi ideas, did athletics, hiking and camping. However it ended up like military training
What was the female variant of the hitler youth called?
League of German Maidens
Learned motherly, marriage and domestic skills
1933 what did the sa do?
Boycott Jewish businesses
1934 where couldn’t Jews go?
What laws were passed in 1935?
Jews were no longer citizens
No sex or marriage with Germans
What did Jews have to carry in 1938?
Identity cards, middle name Israel or Sarah