The Hitler-Youth; Hitler-Jungen and the Bund Deutscher Madel

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The Hitler-Jungen was varied and complex ; it differed based on region, time period, class status of members, ideological beliefs, and ideas about gender, race, and goals. Because of the complexity of the history and significance of this group I will present them separately after a general introduction to the conditions that shaped the Hitler-Youth; starting with the Hitler-Jungen for boys, and then the Bund Deutscher Madel (League of German Girls)...
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The Hitler-Youth served as a way of indoctrinating youth into both the mental and physical/practical applications of Nazism. Youth learnt the basic ideological tenets; belief in the Fuhrer, in the racial superiority of Aryans, in the necessity of following your leaders in a hierarchical system, in the goal of a German ?World Empire,' and they also underwent all of the physical preparation and training for combat...
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