Historia en inglés
Historia en inglés gyjoincds HOR6pR 17, 2011 | 7 pagos Possible Exam Questions (a) Name the activities of the Youth Group. The Nazi Youth or Youth Group was an organisation set up by Adolf Hitler, and its main purpose was to avoid parental influence on the Ideals and beliefs of the children. As it had to attract the Young people, it offered a large variety of leisure pursuits. Boys and girls were then able to enjoy those fun activities, such as weekend trips, walking and lats of sports, which were really good welcomed by the kids.
They played many games, and enjoyed many fun pursuits, such as hiking singing and camping The Youth Group converted many activities in well-organised competitions, not only were there contests for the best performances in sport and work but alsa each unit wanted to to nex: page have the best-kept h However, when the all sorts of different j domestic front. or7 nen tun th ting travel album. hernselves doing ar effort on the (a) Describe Nazi policies towards women.
The Nazis ensured there was a natural distinction between men and women. They considered men to be the productive and creative sex in the big world of politics
Some ofthe main measures taken to improve the birth-rate of the racially pure German people were that large families were substained with rent, water and electricity rebates; women were rewarded with medals, according to the number of children they have had; families were offered a large amount of money if the omen gave up work; and even the divorce laws were atended to make it easier to end with childless marriages. However, not all wornen benefited from these measures. Socialist, pacifist, Sinti, Roma, and Jewish women were forbidden to have children as their race was considered to be inferior.
When war preparations started, Nazis began to encourage women so that they returned to work again. Altough they were already used to domesticity and motherhood, and the number of employed women was minimum. (a) Describe the policies of the workers. After signing the Treaty of Versalles, the German economy had een destabilised and the number of unemployed men had massively increased. gut when the dictatorship of Hitler started, he was able to reduce that unemployed quantity, as it was a priority for his government. The German Labour Front was set up to quantity, as it was a priority for his government.
The German Labour Front was set up to organise workers and direct them to jobs that needed doing. Public works, such as afforestation projects, water consewation schemes and the builiding of houses, barracks and motorways, got thousands of men back to work- Once Nazis were in power, Party membership increased along the following years. Their members were not just motivated by the Nazi ideals, but also because for many Nazi followers, their jobs, status and even the necessities of life depended upan their commitment to the party. Other government organisations, like the Labour Front were big employers too.
Jobs for the boys also benefited many Germans. (a)How did Adolf Hitler reduce unemployment? The German economy had really suffered serious consequences the years after signing the Treaty of Versailles, such as a great destabilisation. This also caused an increase in the number of unemployed workers. However, Adolf Hitler was then able to get hem back to work. First, he introduced public Works, such as afforestation projects, and he ordered to build new motonways and large, complex factories, such as the Volkswagen complex. The introduction of this works got thousands of people back to work.
Many unemployed workers also had the possibility to join the Wehrmacht, which, despite the Treaty of Versailles, it became stronger and stronger; or to loin the po Wehrmacht, which, despite the Treaty ofVersailles, it became stronger and stronger; or to join the police service to make streets safer at night, which also reduced the number of nemployments. On the other hand, Jewish people were all forced to leave their Jobs, and these were given the the German people, which was very unfair, but reduced unemployment as well. The private economy recovered quickly from the Depression and raised production. a) How did the war change ife in Germany? The coming war had different effects between the economy and the German social groups, although, in a way or in another, they all suffered the consequences. The German economy was not really affected at the beginning of the war. However, as the tide of the war turned against the Nazis, ew pressures came to bear upon the German economy. Allied bombing raids were destroying factories and transport Systems, and the running of the concentration camps removed resources away from the war effort. This Allied bombing raids devastated whole cities, and lats of people were seriously injured, or even dead.
German village life was alsa influenced by the war, as many rural people were evacuated from the bombings. The rural German life was destroyed and so many villagers stopped supporting the Third Reich. Rationing was extremely limited, and they had to recourse to the anmals o the Third Reich. animals of the zoo as food. Many children were alsa separated from their parents, and probably, did not met again. The Hitler Youth suffered a drastic change on their daily activities timetable, as now they found themselves doing all sorts of different jobs to help sustain the war effort on the domestic front.
Women were encouraged to go back to work, now that their country needed them. However, the number of women employed was minimum, as they all had been used to domesticity work. Opposition by the diferent German social goups increased, although their efforts were useless. a) Were the policies for the wornen and the family succesful? Some of the main measures taken to improve the birth-rate of First, the policies towards women worked well, as the percentage of work dropped from, which meant that women had already accepted the roles they had been given.
The birth-rate also increased, and so Adolf Hitler was reaching his goal, as the Aryan race was growing, a birth-rate also increased, and so Adolf Hitler was reaching his goal, as the Aryan race was growng, and the country was becoming more racially pure. Women did actually liked what they were dong, because of the measures taken, mentioned befare. However, the increase of the employment of women due to the ar would have broadened the experience ofwomen, making them less likely to agree to return to their traditional role when the war was over.
So, after all, women got used to work, and, at least the major part, did not return home to continue working as wives or mothers. Policies towards women could be considered to, actually, be succesful, but this would only be right if referring to the first years the policies were promulgated, because the war condltions made them become workers again, and when it finished, they stayed employed, reducing the number of domestic wornen and Ayan children. ) Did most people in Germant benefited from Nazi rule?
Nazi Germany had many different laws and policies, which had a different effect in everyone. Obviously, the answer depends upon which period which period of Nazi rule we focus on, which particular social group of Germans are being Studied, and how you define the term benefit. It could be Said that workers actually were benfited from this rule, as one of the most important achieves of the Nazi Party was that they massively reduce unemployment. The creation of achieves of the Nazi Party was that they massively reduce unemployment. The creation of more Jobs, made the number f workers to increase.
The Nazi organisation Strengh through Joy (KDF) also brought benefits to some people, as it organised leisure activities and cruises for the workers. People in rural communities were pleased with benefits brought by the Nazis, such as the cheap holidays provided by KDF. Women were benefited, as well, because they were able to travel beyond the confines of the village. Hitler restored German nacional honour through the Berlin Olympics, the re-occupation of the Rhlneland, and the scrapping of the Treaty of Versailles. However, small businessmen suffered because of the shortage f consumen goods which they sold for profit.
They could not put their prices up to make up the shortfall because Nazi laws prevented them from so doing_ There were constant complains about shortages of fats and about the poor quality of textiles. And demands on women increased, as they were expected to combine the roles of mother, housewife and industrial worker. So in conclution, we could say that most part of the population did benefit from Nazi rule, but this does not mean everybody did. As it is mentioned, minority groups, such as businessmen and rural women, did not totally benefit from Nazi rule.