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The young men in Germany had the option of becoming a part of Hitler Jugend Hitler Youth and the young girls had the option of joining Bund Deutscher Madel League of German Girls Until December of 1936 the Hitler Youth organization was voluntary to join but after that date became mandatory and was considered to be part if not all of the education of the youth The organizations manipulated the educational system to emphasize physical education more than actual standard school work Physical ability and commitment to Adolf Hitler were stressed in the youth as religion and history slowly disappeared and became racial history classes and pseudo- war games The children were given requirements to meet such as how fast and long they could run strength tests and stamina exercises The youngest members Pimpf of the organizations were 10 to 14 years of age and participated in activities like map- reading and were required to be able to recite the Nazi dogma and all verses of the song Horst Wessel At age 14 they graduated into the core Kern where they remained until the age of 18 and then were admitted into the Nazi army The League of German Girls was separated into 2 divisions where until the age of 14 a girl was considered a Jungmadel and from the ages of 17 to 21 a girl could decide to join the Glaube und Schonheit which translates to Faith and Beauty Between the ages of 14 to 17 there was no organization for the girls to join The girls had similar tasks to perform as the men physical tests learning the history of the Nazi party and the memorization of the dogma and verses of the Horst Wessel The organizations ultimately dominated Germanys youth and taught that the most important influence in their lives should be the organizations themselves not family and school as was before Baldur von Schirach the leader of the Hitler Youth
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