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a)how far do you agree with interpretation 2 about Nazi Policies towards women?
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a)how far do you agree with interpretation 2 about Nazi Policies towards women?
I havent done nazi germany in years but the quote “young girls all good german women should be married and have children” may be an argument to disagree with as the people in the school wouldve been taught this but wouldnt of been having children, as it wouldve been women who were out of school by the time the nazi regime came into power
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I havent done nazi germany in years but the quote “young girls all good german women should be married and have children” may be an argument to disagree with as the people in the school wouldve been taught this but wouldnt of been having children, as it wouldve been women who were out of school by the time the nazi regime came into power
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Maybe you could perhaps further disagree with interpretation 2 with the quote “Hitler was very clear that women should bring up children at home...” as interpretation 1 clearly shows he wasnt, If he was why did they end up working for agriculture and industry? Shows the unreliabity of source 2
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Then again, you can also agree with it due to the hitler youth and womens youth (dont know name for it) which encouraged stereotypical gender norms where men went to work and fought, and women stayed at home and learned how to cook etc
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Then again, you can also agree with it due to the hitler youth and womens youth (dont know name for it) which encouraged stereotypical gender norms where men went to work and fought, and women stayed at home and learned how to cook etc
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According to Nazi ideology the task of women was to have as many children as possible, so that there would be a sufficient supply of soldiers in the future. So women should rather stay home, breed and raise children instead of going to work.

That seems that Nazis valued women less than men, but strangely the opposite was true. They recognized the importance of women for a strong state, as being the source of future soldiers. It was just that men and women had different tasks.

They even had a mother cross for women who received at least four children. It was comparable to the Iron Cross for men who fought bravely at the frontiers.

But when war broke out and more and more men went to the frontiers and they needed workers in the arms industry then the Nazis readily employed women for all kinds of work formerly regarded as "male only".
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According to Nazi ideology the task of women was to have as many children as possible, so that there would be a sufficient supply of soldiers in the future. So women should rather stay home, breed and raise children instead of going to work.

That seems that Nazis valued women less than men, but strangely the opposite was true. They recognized the importance of women for a strong state, as being the source of future soldiers. It was just that men and women had different tasks.

They even had a mother cross for women who received at least four children. It was comparable to the Iron Cross for men who fought bravely at the frontiers.

But when war broke out and more and more men went to the frontiers and they needed workers in the arms industry then the Nazis readily employed women for all kinds of work formerly regarded as "male only".
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