German Youth in the Nazi State

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German Youth in the Nazi State

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Members of the Hamburg Jungvolk are Instructed in the Use of Carbine Rifles at a Hitler Youth Camp on the Baltic Sea (1938)
Photo of members of the Hamburg Jungvolk at a Hitler Youth camp at the Baltic Sea in 1938. Members of the Hitler Youth would participate in various activities that would enhance their physical fitness, militaristic training, and overall knowledge of…

Baldur von Schirach
Baldur von Schirach, leader of the Hitler Youth as of 1933, with members of the Hitler Youth.

Edelweiss Pirates
Depiction of the free spirit nature of the Edelweiss Pirates, one of the youth groups that opposed the Nazi state.

Youth League Camp Site (1933)
Campsite of a German youth group.

Young Girls Post a Notice Advertising the League of German Girls (1934)
Members of the League of German Girls post advertisement for recruitment into their youth group.

Hitler Youth at a Nazi Rally (1936)
Hitler Youth on parade during a Nazi rally in 1936.

Hitler Youth Propaganda
A form of propaganda for the purpose of recruiting young men into the Hitler Youth.

Mein Führer!
An image taken from an elementary school textbook, which portrays the allegiance to Hitler by the youth. The text followed within the textbook states, "I know you well, and love you as I do my father and mother. I will always be obedient to you as I…

Swing Youth
Depiction of members of the Swing Youth, a group of German youths who displayed opposition to the Nazi state.

Der Pimpf Cover: Hitler's Birthday Cover 194
Der Pimpf was the monthly for boys 10-14 years old in the Hitler Youth organization, first appearing in 1935 under the title Morgen and changing name to Der Pimpf in 1937. This April 1940 cover was for Hitler's birthday.
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