Colonies , the encirclement of Germany , Germans outside the Reich , are
subjects treated in a similar manner . Schools adapted to political ends But
propaganda for war is not the only feature of Nazi education which may cause
concern to the ...
A basic educational curriculum existed in these schools, but they dealt mostly
with ideological indoctrination, military discipline and training, and rigorous
sports ... Völkisch theories of education were matched by Nazi ideas about the
Author: Joseph W. Bendersky
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
This balanced history offers a concise, readable introduction to Nazi Germany. Combining compelling narrative storytelling with analysis, Joseph W. Bendersky offers an authoritative survey of the major political, economic, and social factors that powered the rise and fall of the Third Reich. Now in its fifth edition, the book incorporates significant research of recent years, analysis of the politics of memory, postwar German controversies about World War II and the Nazi era, and more on non-Jewish victims. Delving into the complexity of social life within the Nazi state, it also reemphasizes the crucial role played by racial ideology in determining the policies and practices of the Third Reich. Bendersky paints a fascinating picture of how average citizens negotiated their way through both the threatening power behind certain Nazi policies and the strong enticements to acquiesce or collaborate. His classic treatment provides an invaluable overview of a subject that retains its historical significance and contemporary importance.
Asserting that the primary purpose of the public library was education required
some clarification . Education in Nazi terms meant education to the ideas of nazism and contradicted everything that German education had previously been .
Author: Margaret F. Stieg
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Significant questions about Nazi Germany are examined from the point of view of the public library: Was national socialism an aberration from traditional German values or was it a logical development of those traditions? Did the Nazi state carry through a true revolution or did revolutionary rhetoric merely camouflage a power grab? What relationships existed between local governments and the central government? What role did the party play? The book also provides a detailed analysis of the administrative organization, policies, and programs of German public libraries between 1933 and 1945, treating the subject on its own terms. The Nazi period was dramatic and destructive, yet was a critical phase in the development of German public libraries. To serve the ends of national socialism, the new regime brought an institution adrift in a backwater into the mainstream.
UNTIL the year 1933 German education hadacreditable history. In the field of
science, it istrue, Germany had comparatively little to hercredit before the middle
ofthe nineteenthcentury, whereasItaly, France, Holland,and Great Britain had ...
Author: A Wolf
Higher Education in Nazi Germany was first published in 1944, when it was apparent that Germany was likely to lose the war. Developing themes that were to become commonplace in the analysis of totalitarian regimes, it provides an account of how higher education became a means of both installing and re-enforcing the dominant state ideology.
Many of the persons inducted to high positions in the public service are most
distinguished by their ardor as Nazis . * ? . According to the highest authorities ,
the motivation and orientation of education in Nazi Germany are political .
Race and History in Nazi Textbooks Gilmer W. Blackburn. CHAPTER TWO
National Socialism as a Metaphysical System The folkish state will have to make
certain that by a suitable education of youth it will some day obtain a race ripe for
Author: Gilmer W. Blackburn
Publisher: SUNY Press
In its determination to take absolute control, the Third Reich focused on the nations youth, reserving for the schools the vital task of refashioning the German psyche. This book examines these propaganda effortsone of the most radical and far-reaching experiments in educational history. The book focuses on the manipulation of the German past, one of the primary means of state intervention to ensure the triumph of the racial idea in history. It shows how textbooks written by National Socialists equalled or exceeded the most imaginative fiction, with an itinerary that extended from Valhalla and the Germania of Tacitus to the Prussia of Frederick the Great, before mounting to the pinnacle represented by the Third Reich. The primary source materials for this study consist of a broad, representative collection of history textbooks, primers, and books of readings containing historical instruction.
worthy of the name, according to the professors who remained in the universities
after all the liberal thinkers had been cleared out of office and driven from the
country, was German science, the science that served the purposes of the Nazi ...
84 Other changes in education under Hitler included a shift in the focus of
education from the individual to the community . ... 90 Several rough parallels can
be drawn between the system of education in Nazi Germany and our present -
Author: John W. Whitehead
This all-encompassing work examines such timely home education issues as freedom of speech, freedom of religion, privacy rights, teacher certification requirements, and compulsory attendance statutes. Readers will find practical guidelines for effective lobbying, plus the current legislative status of every home schooling program in every U.S. state.
"Zum juedischen Volksschulesen in Deutschland." Monatschrift fuer Geschichte,
Wissenschaft des Judentums, Jahr- gang 75 (1931), 144-45. Stahl, Rudolf. "
Vocational Retraining of Jews in Nazi Germany, 1933-38," Jewish Social Studies,
Author: Solomon Colodner
Category: Jewish day schools
In the 1930's in Germany Jewish children were not permitted to attend public schools. Therefore it became necessary to create a Jewish school system. This is one of the few documented works on the subject.
Author: Indiana University. School of EducationPublish On: 1937
The newer aspects of German education . ” Progres Educ 7 ... Educ R 75 : 178-9 ,
Mr '28 Discusses the teaching of mathematics in Germany and contrasts it with
American methods . 905 . Kandel ... Education in Nazi Germany . " Am Acad Pol ...
Author: Indiana University. School of Education
Vol. 1-7, 9-10 include Proceedings of the High School Principals Conference, 1923-1929; v. 1-7, 9-18 include Proceedings of the Conference on Educational Measurements 1924-1930, 1932-1942.
The Hitler Youth . The Female Hitler Youth . Education , 172 . Control of the Schools . Nazi Elite Schools . Universities . Women , 177 . Nazi Organizations for
Women . Employment . Education . Women as Professionals . Family and
Author: Jackson J. Spielvogel
Providing a clear, straightforward, and complete history-both thematic and chronological-of the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party, author Jackson J. Spielvogel places the emergence of Hitler and the Third Reich within the social, economic, and political contexts that made it all possible. Topics examined are the cultural and social aspects of the Nazi regime, including sections on art and literature, family and population policy, and sex and morals. Also provided is an in-depth view of the Holocaust— anti-Semitism in Germany, Hitler's personal racial ideology and vision of Aryan purity, the mechanisms of terror and control, and the Jewish perspective on these events. New to the Fifth Edition: Material on the political scene in Weimar Germany Hitler's early life The role of Gregor Strasser in rebuilding the Nazi Party Material on Darre and "Blood and Soil" The SS and the military between 1933 and 1939
CHAPTER IV PRACTICE OF NAZI SECONDARY EDUCATION | Nazi School
System and Secondary Education School SystemAfter 1933, a number of
changes were instituted by decree in Germany.” The most revolutionary of these
were not ...
Val Warren Principal Lecturer University of Hertfordshire , UK Education and
Fascism . Political Identity and Social Education in Nazi Germany , edited by
Heinz Sunker and Hans - Uwe Otto , ' Knowledge , Identity and School Life '
In Germany the Nazis evolved a system of education with a double purpose. First
of all it had to transform the whole way of life from democracy to fascism. All the
processes of thought that are traditionally associated with democracy: freedom of
The Nazis . However , this does not mean an about - face polscores on the family
- life questionnaire of 51 pairs of icy in German education , a sudden
democratization ; siblings correlated 0 . 2 . The family - life scale is believed
rather , the ...
Physical. Education. in. Nazi. Germany. Mandell describes Hitler's regard of sport
and physical activity: While writing Mein Kampf in prison in 1924, Hitler had
included some theoretical statements about the value of purposeful physical