Analysis Of Adolf Hitler's Indoctrinating Youth

475 Words2 Pages
During the holocaust children went through a variety of issues such as being take advantage of having to move and being forced to participate in Hitler youth against their will.

To begin Adolf Hitler used the youth of Germany for his own plans using propaganda and interfering with their education among other things he turned most of the German youth into Jew hating children. As stated in the article “Indoctrinating Youth” by The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, German educators introduced new textbooks that taught students love for Hitler, obedience to state authority, militarism, racism and antisemitism. From their first days in school, German children were brought into cult of Adolf Hitler. His portrait was a standard fixture in classrooms. Textbooks frequently described the thrill of a child seeing the German leader for the first time “. This quote shows that Adolf Hitler was molding children with propaganda in the classroom allowing them to accept what Hitler was doing far more easily. By being exposed to Hitler’s propaganda the German youth was influenced negatively to believe that Jews were bad people.
…show more content…
. As stated in the article “Indoctrinating Youth” by The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, “In 1936, membership in Nazi youth groups became mandatory for all boys and girls between the ages of ten and seventeen. After-school meetings and weekend camping trips sponsored by the Hitler Youth and the League of German Girls trained children to become faithful to the Nazi Party and the future leaders of the National Socialist state” This quote shows how children were required to participate in the

More about Analysis Of Adolf Hitler's Indoctrinating Youth

Open Document