How_did_Hitler_gain.docx - 4 How did Hitler gain...

This preview shows page 1 - 4 out of 12 pages.

How did Hitler gain, consolidate and maintain power in Germany after the Great Depression? Objectives: Describe how Hitler gained, consolidated and maintained power in Germany after the Great Depression. 1930-1933: The Rise of the Nazi Party and Hitler Becomes Chancellor of Germany 1933-1945: The Nazi Party Controls Germany 4
Hitler Youth and Indoctrination Hitler Youth performing the Nazi salute at a rally in Berlin, 1933 Source: : Bundesarchiv_Bild_147- 0510,_Berlin,_Lustgarten,_Kundgebung_der_HJ.jpg Hitler Youth at rifle practice, circa 1943 Source: : Bundesarchiv_Bild_146-1978-013- 27,_Hitlerjugend,_vormilit %C3%A4rische_Ausbildung.jpg Poster: "Youth Serves the Leader: All 10-Year-Olds into the [Hitler Youth]" Source: - hitler-youth/ The Hitler Youth were central to the Nazis' plan to create a nation of Aryan 'supermen' by indoctrinating [brainwashing] children into their twisted racist worldview from the age of 10. The organisation was founded as early as 1922, but it was not until Hitler came to power in 1933 that the group took a prominent position in German society, as it became more or less mandatory for all teenagers to join. Members would be educated in Nazi ideology, and had the genius of Hitler relentlessly drilled into them. Activities such as the Landjahr, where teenagers would spend months working on a farm and practicing military discipline, helped members bond and shored up their belief in the Nazi cause. Source: - 2558424/Inside-Hitler-Youth-camps-youngsters- brainwashed-Nazis.html#ixzz3x50LnLOM
Gathering: A picture of a Hitler Youth 'Landjahr' training camp taken in 1938 by a 15-year-old boy who was taking part Source: - camps-youngsters-brainwashed-Nazis.html Source: ? ModuleId=10007820&MediaId=7397 Source: ? ModuleId=10007820&MediaId=7400 A Hitler Youth poses for a photograph in the Rhineland city of Bruehl, 1934. In 1939, membership in Nazi youth groups became mandatory for all boys and girls between the ages of ten and eighteen. Page from The Poisonous Mushroom. This photograph shows a page from one of several anti-semitic children's books published by Julius Streicher's Der Stürmer-Verlag. The text reads, "The Jewish nose is crooked at its tip. It looks Directions: Examine the images and read the excerpts. Respond to the questions. 1. What was the purpose of Hitler’s Youth? To create the perfect race 2. How did Hitler’s Youth indoctrinate the youth? He used Propoganda and he manipulated the medea and schools to teach his beliefs 3. Why was it important for Hitler to target youth?

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture