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Why was the Hitler Youth movement important?

Last Updated: 14th March, 2020

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Accordingly, what was taught in the Hitler Youth?

Hitler Youth groups educated young people according to Nazi principles and encouraged comradeship and physical fitness through outdoor activities. The League of German Girls was the girls' wing of the Nazi Party youth movement. A typical activity for members was to go on walks while their mothers were working.

Likewise, when was Hitler Youth founded? July 4, 1926, Germany

Considering this, why does Peter join the Hitler Youth?

Peter is sent into the HJ's (Hitle youth) because of his bad behavior and not because he wants to join, and Thomas also join the HJ's and friends did. He is a good friend and would rater be loyal to his friends rather than to his fellow HJ's.

When did the Hitler Youth start and end?

As the Nazis became more powerful, their youth arm grew. In January 1933, there were 50,000 members of the Hitler Youth. By the end of the year, there were more than 2 million. And as the 1930s progressed, the Nazis waged war on the groups so popular among German youth.

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