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The Nazi party was quite successful in completing part of their goals of having every young German's support so they have the next generations of voters, mothers and soldiers

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Introduction

How successful were the Nazi's in achieving Their aims with the youth of Germany The Nazi party was quite successful in completing part of their goals of having every young German's support so they have the next generations of voters, mothers and soldiers and complete their dream of a 1,000 year rein. The Nazi party, go to Nazi youth groups and gain control the reasons for this will be laid out during this essay They changed the school system so children could not escape Nazi ideas in any subject. Many people did not question the Nazis. Most children attended school. Many children wanted to go to youth groups by 1939 start of World War 2 they had a huge force of soldiers (trained through the Nazi youth groups). ...read more.

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This was an effective way to control the thoughts of the young population. Children in schools were so indoctrinated, or brainwashed that if their parents or friends had anti-Nazi beliefs or made anti-Nazi comments they would report them to the teachers, that was a personal success for the Nazis were a greater aspect in the lives of children than their own parents. The curriculum was tampered with so that nothing but the ideas of the Nazi people would be followed they got rid of history an taught heritage, they also got rid of learning another language for the reason that they did not need to do so. ...read more.

Conclusion

Some children would be home schooled, that was another way that parents could stop their children from becoming Nazis which means that children were not going to school meaning that Nazis did not know what they were being taught. In conclusion, the Nazi were successful, although they never completed any of their targets, they managed to get 8,800,000 approx members by 1940s, but there were 1,100,000 approx they had most children but not all. They indoctrinated most children, but not all because of home schooling. Parents were Nazis, but not all so they taught their children also; sometimes it works sometimes it does not. They did not manage to complete their goals but they were very effective to younger children and some adolescents very effectively they were aspiring to feats impossible to reach. ?? ?? ?? ?? Anton Olaifa 5/4/2007 ...read more.

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