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1

Hitler wanted to ___ young people to become ____

indoctrinate
perfect nazis

2

what is indoctrinate

to brainwash

3

What was the Hitler youth called?

Hitlerjugend

4

He did this in two ways. What were they?

The Hitler youth movements
Education

5

boys trained to be soldiers by

marching, camping, weapons training, fitness

6

girls trained to be good mothers by

domestic training, fitness training

7

Both groups trained in-
Listened to
Saluted the
sang
reported on

utter loyalty to Hitler
Mein Kampf
swastika
nazi songs
Anti Nazi activities in the families and neighborhoods

8

Education

A new curriculum was introduced

9

Math promoted

messages of war and getting rid of minorities

10

history was designed to

‘Awaken the younger generation’s sense of responsibility towards ancestors’

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geography focused on

the greater Germany
Lebensraum

12

Biology focused on

Recognizing the aryan race

13

What was eugenics

race studies
Studying undermensch

14

History books were _____ without. Focused on _____ and the _____.

rewritten
German defeats
Folklore
German empire

15

Story books were written _______ of the dangers of the ____

warning children
Jews

16

Teachers had to join ________ or ________

Nationalist Socialist Teachers League
lose their jobs

17

Membership of the hitler youth movement became ____. About ______ children were members. About _____

compulsory in 1939
7,500,000
1,000,000 refused

18

What were the Anti Nazi groups called?

The Swing Movement
The Eidelweiss Pirates

19

What were the new schools called?

Napolas - elite schools
Ordensburgen - emphasis on physical training

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What disrupted education?

Teachers being conscripted and emphasis on P.E