Hitler Youth, 1922-1945: An Illustrated History Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage

ISBN: 9780786439355

Published: December 18th 2008

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177 pages


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Hitler Youth, 1922-1945: An Illustrated History  by  Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage

Hitler Youth, 1922-1945: An Illustrated History by Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage
December 18th 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 177 pages | ISBN: 9780786439355 | 5.79 Mb

During the Nazi regimes swift rise to power, no single target of nazification took higher priority than Germanys young people. Well aware that the Nazi party could only thrive through the support of future generations, Hitler instituted a youthMoreDuring the Nazi regimes swift rise to power, no single target of nazification took higher priority than Germanys young people. Well aware that the Nazi party could only thrive through the support of future generations, Hitler instituted a youth movement, the Hitler Jugend, which indoctrinated the easily malleable students of Germanys schools and universities.

Along with its female counterpart in the Bund Deutscher Mdel (The League of German Girls), the Hitler Youth produced thousands of young Germans who were deeply and fanatically indoctrinated into the Nazi racist ideology. This illustrated book outlines the history and development of the Hitler Youth from its origins in 1922 until it was disbanded by the allied powers in 1945. Topics include: early German non-Nazi and religious youth movements which were adapted and absorbed by the Hitler Youth- Baldur von Schirach and other Reich youth leaders- the Hitler Youths organization, structure, uniforms, ranking system, flags,



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