Policies towards the Young: Weimar and Nazi Germany Edexcel GCSE History



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This time we're taking a look at what the Nazis policies were for young people. What were the aims of the Nazis? How did they try to achieve it and how successful were they?

This covers the Edexcel GCSE History syllabus for paper 3. It will be useful no matter which exam board you are studying though.

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Chapters:
00:00 Competition Time!
01:02 Overview
01:56 The Situation in 1933
02:26 Organisations for Boys
04:34 Organisations for Girls
05:23 How successful were the Nazi youth groups?
05:53 Education
06:22 Teachers
06:54 The Curriculum

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