It was set up under the direction of Hitler Youth leader, Baldur von Schirach. All girls in the BDM were constantly reminded that the great task of their schooling was to prepare them to be "carriers of the Nazi world view". The historian Cate Haste has pointed out: "The leadership immediately set about organizing youth into a coherent body of loyal supporters. Under Baldur von Schirach, himself only twenty-five at the time, the organization was to net all young people from ages ten to eighteen to be schooled in Nazi ideology and trained to be the future valuable members of the Reich. From the start, the Nazis pitched their appeal as the party of youth, building a New Germany Hitler intended to inspire youth with a mission, appealing to their idealism and hope. In fact, its leaders were part of "an enormous bureaucratised enterprise, rather than representative of an autonomous youth culture. Her unit used to meet every Wednesday and Saturday.
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Freddie Oversteegan pictured in her teens. She joined the Dutch resistance at age 14 and took up arms against Nazis by the time she was Freddie Oversteegen was only 14 when she joined the Dutch resistance during World War II , and only a couple of years older when she became one of its armed assassins. Together with her sister—and later, a young woman named Hannie Schaft—the trio lured, ambushed and killed German Nazis and their Dutch collaborators.
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Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission. The freckle-faced teenager, who was just three months shy of her 17th birthday when Germany invaded the Netherlands in May , was a newly minted member of the Dutch resistance. She had been mostly assigned to hide Jewish children, political dissidents and homosexuals in various safe houses throughout Haarlem, her hometown, which was about 12 miles west of Amsterdam.
They served as welfare workers, teachers, secretaries, nurses, auxiliaries in the armed forces and police, and in many other occupations including as guards in concentration camps. Hundreds of thousands were forcibly sterilized and tens of thousands were incarcerated in the camp system. A few of the most active resisters, such as anti-war protestor Sophie Scholl who co-led the White Rose movement, were executed. Nazi population policy took a radical turn in when SS leaders created the state-directed program known as Lebensborn Fount of Life. In an extension of the SS Marriage Order of , the Lebensborn ordinance prescribed that every SS member should father four children, in or out of wedlock. Lebensborn homes sheltered single mothers with their children, provided birth documents and financial support, and recruited adoptive parents for the children. In the end, however, the Lebensborn program was never promoted aggressively.