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nature and purpose of the hitler youth
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NATURE AND PURPOSE OF THE HITLER YOUTH
Hitler's vision for Germany was to be superior, a wealthy and powerful country, have no Jews or communists. He wanted a Nazi country, a perfect Aryan race and Germany to regain their pride. They were thought to be a country that obeys the Treaty Of Versailles (T of V), they were seen to be poor and not threatening in any way. Hitler himself sought to be a supreme ruler, rich and dominant as well as not obeying the T of V. The Hitler Youth were the future of Germany so were important to Hitler. He wanted them to be like him, have the ambitions he had and to grow up to be just like him. Power
The Hitler Youth Movement was set up in 1926, it was just like a youth club for children, all ages joined the youth club. The Hitler Youth Movement was a scheme to hopefully bring children up as Nazi's. The Hitler Youth was like this because Hitler wanted more people to become like him so Germany would grow to be a Nazi nation and be powerful and have the same ideas as Hitler. Hitler believed that
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