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What was expected of the youth in Nazi Germany?
All the young men above the age of 18 years were expected to serve in the armed forces and enter one of the Nazi organisations. At the tender age of 10 they had to join 'Jungvolk' – Nazi youth groups for children below 14 years of age. At 14 years of age they enrolled in the Nazi Youth Organisation called 'Hitler Youth'.The German youth were educated in the spirit of National Socialism by these youth organisations. They were taught to worship war, glorify aggression and violence , condemn democracy , hate Jews, communists, gypsies and all those who were called 'undesirable'.
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