Nazi leaders also created new curricula and textbooks to be used throughout the country. Key images were carefully stage-managed. In a policy formed by Hitler inGerman soldiers were encouraged to fraternize with native women, with the understanding that any children they produced would be provided for.
Propaganda within Nazi Germany was taken to a new and frequently perverse level.
However the negatives were that tickets were very expensive to buy. Therefore Germans quickly adjusted to behave accordingly. In reality Hitler was lazy. This publication was also its official organ and its editor was Baldur von Schirach.
What were the consequences for young people who were excluded from the Nazi vision for a "national community". Despite all the ways of propaganda that I have mentioned so far, I believe that the strongest form of propaganda that the Nazis used was Terror.
Since membership was compulsory afterit was neither surprising nor uncommon that many senior leaders of both West and East Germany had been members of the Hitler Youth. Bythere were aroundyoung air force and naval auxiliaries.
Many adult leaders of the Hitler Youth were put on trial by Allied authorities, and Baldur von Schirach was sentenced to 20 years in prison, never having revealed anything worthwhile about the collaboration between the SS and the HJ.
Based in MunichBavariait served to train and recruit future members of the Sturmabteilung SAthe main paramilitary wing of the Nazi Party at that time. Only 25, were retrieved after the war and sent back to their families. Most of them were finally transferred to concentration camps most of the time to Kalish in Poland and exterminated.
Heinrich Himmler founded the Lebensborn project on December 12,the same year the Nuremberg Laws outlawed intermarriage with Jews and others who were deemed inferior. The National Socialist Teachers League was created inwhere all teachers were expected to join.
Himmler himself had two illegitimate children. Goebbels, however, wasted no time in making his intentions clear.
The children who refused the Nazi education were often beaten. In the beginning, the Lebensborn were taken to SS nurseries. How Successful Was the Indoctrination of the. German Youth Under the Nazi Regime?
Hitler expressed the need for indoctrination in many speeches from the beginning of his leadership/5(5). One must point out though, that when the Hitler Youth was established, there was a rapid membership despite the compulsory nature of it; while on the other hand the program was less successful in Italy, where despite it being compulsory many did not attend, especially in the South.
In autumnas Allied armies crossed the borders into Germany, the Nazi regime made a last ditch effort to fend off military defeat. It conscripted German youths under 16 to defend the Reich, alongside seniors over the age of 60, in the units of the Volkssturm (People's Assault).
The Success of Nazi Policies Toward Education and Youth Hitler and the Nazi party had a range of policies to control education and the German youth. Hitler attempted indoctrination of the youth in many ways: through the Hitler Youth, education and propaganda. Indoctrination of Youth Organisations Stephen J.
Lee confirms this by stating that, 'indoctrination as a long-term process could be most effectively applied to Germany's Youth'. Between and Hitler’s regime attempted to expand and apply the Nazi system to territories outside the German Reich.
This endeavour was confined, into lands inhabited by German-speaking populations, but in Germany began to subjugate non-German .Successful indoctrination german youth under nazi regime