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Education, Youth, Culture and Propaganda

Subjects / History / Germany, 1918 to 1991

Price: £2.95 Duration: 32mins Full topic price: £17.95

This title will look at how Hitler tried to create a new German Nation after the Nazis came to power. In one sense, most of the changes were not major; schools operated normally, newspapers were being printed and people still listened to music. The real changes the Nazi Party tried to produce were inside people's heads so that they would support Nazi ideas. The first chapter looks at the central role propaganda played in creating this change. The second chapter looks at how the Nazis used the arts and culture to influence people. The third and fourth chapters look at how obvious propaganda was in schools and in the organisation of free time. The fifth chapter covers the role of women and the church, and the final chapter examines Nazi ideas about race and how it affected groups within Germany.

Author: Nick Dennis and Doug Belshaw Publisher: GCSEPod®
Narrator: Peter McGowan ISBN: 978-1-84906-041-7
Video ISBN: 978-1-84906-541-2

Chapters

  1. Propaganda
  2. Arts and Culture
  3. Education
  4. Sport, Leisure and Youth
  5. Women and Religion
  6. Minority Groups and Aryan Supremacy

Exam Board Relevance

  • Edxcel
  • AQA
  • CEA
  • IGCSE (EdExcel)
  • OCR
  • SQA
  • WJEC
  • IGCSE (CiE)

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Curriculum and Exam Board Information

Key Issues

Titles

Chapters

  • Changes in policies and attitudes to the role of women in German society, 1933-1945
  • Nazism as social revolution and the impact of the regime on different social classes
  • The appeal of Nazism to youth. Its role in National Socialism
  • Youth movements in Nazi Germany
  • Education in German schools and Universities as an instrument of propaganda
  • The extent and nature of youth resistance
  • Nazi ideas; the belief in Aryan supremacy and the master race and reactions in Germany from different individuals and groups
  • The cultural climate of Weimar Germany as represented in the arts and entertainment, 1919-1933
  • The effects of the Nazi regime on the cultural climate of Germany, 1933-1945
  • The role and success of Nazi propaganda in sports
  • The role and success of Nazi propaganda in leisure
  • The role and success of Nazi propaganda in the media
  • The role and success of Nazi propaganda in entertainment
  • The role and success of Nazi propaganda in the arts
  • Control of education
  • Control of youth movements
  • Control of the media
  • Censorship
  • Propaganda
  • The role of churches
  • The appeal of Nazism to youth
  • Youth movements in Nazi Germany
  • The role of youth in the rise of National Socialism
  • Education in schools and universities in Nazi Germany: the use of propaganda in education
  • Propaganda: methods and messages
  • The role of propaganda in the rise of National Socialism and in Nazi Germany
  • Nazi control of people's lives: propaganda
  • Nazi control of people's lives: censorship
  • Nazi control of people's lives: policies on women
  • Nazi control of people's lives: education
  • Nazi control of people's lives: youth
  • Nazi control of people's lives: churches
  • Nazi control of people's lives: extent of Nazi control
  • The culture of the Weimar period
  • Nazi policies towards different groups including the churches
  • Nazi policies towards different groups including communists
  • The use of culture and the mass media by the Nazis
  • Attempts by the Nazis to appeal to and win the support of youth
  • Nazi education policies
  • The reactions of youth to Nazi policies
  • Nazi policies towards women and the family
  • use of culture
  • use of the mass media
  • Different experiences of Nazi rule; women
  • Different experiences of Nazi rule; young people
  • use of culture
  • use of the mass media
  • women and young people
  • Youth Movements
  • education
  • National Socialist youth movements
  • Social policy: effects on women
  • Social policy: the church
  • Social policy: young people
  • Social policy: leisure activities
  • Political control: education
  • Political control: censorship
  • Political control: propaganda
  • propaganda
  • economic, social and cultural change during the period 1933-1939: women
  • economic, social and cultural change during the period 1933-1939: children
  • economic, social and cultural change during the period 1933-1939: religion
  • Social policy: effects on women
  • Social policy: the church
  • Social policy: young people
  • Social policy: leisure activities
  • Political control: education
  • Political control: censorship
  • Political control: propaganda

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