History Of Adolf Hitler Youth Movement Essay

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Hitler Youth Movement "The weak must be chiseled away. I want young men and women who can suffer pain. A young German must be as swift as a greyhound, as tough as leather, and as hard as Krupp's steel.( Hitler)” Adolf Hitler is an iconic figure for World War II, his influence and power were for reading and best be seen through the youth of Germany who he so effectively influenced. Growing up, Hitler had many trials and tribulations, and influenced how he saw the importance of youth . The Hitler youth movement was seen as important as a child going to school. Because Hitler believed that the future of Nazi Germany was its children, he sought to shape the minds of German children through propaganda, education, and youth groups. Adolf Hitler, born on Easter Sunday, baptized as catholic, didn’t live up to his childhood. Adolf Hitler’s dream before becoming a dictator, was to become an artist. He fought and fought with his father to let him pursue his dream, but his father stayed demanding to the Habsburg civil service. After his father’s death, Adolf Hitler took the entrance exam to the Vienna Academy of the Arts and failed to gain acceptance. Adolf Hitler’s childhood motivated him to create the youth movement. To Hitler, the youth movement was to involve every German child with the community and ready to take on challenges when they grow up. Hitler wanted the German children to turn out perfect, Dawoud 2 to have his master race. Hitler didn’t want the German children’s childhood to be filled with poverty and disappointments like himself. To not fill the youth’s life with disappointment, Adolf Hitler “br... ... middle of paper ... ...f the Holocaust, and all the other events in the war. Should the Germans still feel guilty? No, “Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead’( Phil. 3:13). Adolf Hitler “brainwashed” the youth of Germany, and sadly the youth of Germany did not know any better. Hitler’s childhood affected how he wanted the Dawoud 6 children of Germany to turn into. Hitler achieved his goal through education, propaganda, and youth groups. The only thing the youth were able to do was to forget the past and move on “Has this world been so kind to you that you should leave with regret? There are better things ahead than any we leave behind.”(C.S Lewis)

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  • Explains that hitler didn't want the german children's childhood to be filled with poverty and disappointments like himself.
  • Explains that adolf hitler "brainwashed" the children of germany through education and youth groups. they were taught to glorify hitler and germany.
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