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  • ...ught in several battles of the [[Second World War]]. Aside from the Hitler Youth and the League of German Girls, there were organisations for little childre ...sioned by [[Adolf Hitler|Hitler]].<ref>Lewis, Brenda Ralph, 2000, ''Hitler Youth'', Amber Books</ref>
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  • [[Image:Baby Hitler.jpg|left|thumb|250px|Hitler as a baby]] As with any person, the childhood and adolescence of [[Adolf Hitler]] affected the adult he would become. There are also speculations about his
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  • | title = Hitler youth
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  • The male youth organisation of the German Nazi Party during the years of the Third Reich.
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  • ...clude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>Ancestry, boyhood and adolescence of [[Adolf Hitler]]
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  • ....com/wwii/articles/hitleryouth.aspx |title=Rulers of the World: The Hitler Youth |accessdate=2010-02-02 |last=Zapotoczny |first= Walter S.|year=2005|work=Mi
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  • ...ught in several battles of the [[Second World War]]. Aside from the Hitler Youth and the League of German Girls, there were organisations for little childre ...sioned by [[Adolf Hitler|Hitler]].<ref>Lewis, Brenda Ralph, 2000, ''Hitler Youth'', Amber Books</ref>
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  • {{r|Hitler as soldier}} {{r|Weltanschauung of Hitler}}
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} ===Analysis of Hitler===
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  • ...a [[Germany|German]] psychologist, the head of the [[Nazi Party]]'s female youth organisation, the [[League of German Girls]] (Bund Deutscher Mädel, BDM) f ...h had been started in 1930 as a girls' auxiliary to the male-only [[Hitler Youth]], but which grew rapidly after the Nazis came to power in January 1933. In
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} {{r|Historiography of Hitler}}
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  • {{r|Assassination attempts against Hitler}} {{r|1944 assassination attempt against Hitler||**}}
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  • {{r|Adolf Hitler}} {{r|Historiography of Hitler}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Hitler Youth]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Hitler Youth]]
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  • ...h the rank [[Nazi SS and military ranks|Obergruppenfuehrer]]. He was Reich Youth Leader (1931-1940). During World War II, he was [[Gauleiter of Vienna]] (A ...nal found him guilty of using the [[Hitler Jugend]] to propagandize German youth. They agreed that the deportation of Jews had already begun when he became
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  • ...45. At the end of [[World War II]], he stayed with Hitler in Berlin. After Hitler’s death, he held the title of German Chancellor for one day, then killed ...Hitler in 1930 to take the recruitment of young supporters into the Hitler Youth seriously. (11)</ref>
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  • ...regime. Their plans culminated in the unsuccessful attempt to assassinate Hitler in July 1944 (the [[July 20 Plot]]). ...ally isolated groups. They were unable to mobilise political opposition to Hitler, and their only real strategy was to persuade leaders of the German Army to
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  • ...p in Germany in the 1920s and 1930s, which became the core of the [[Hitler Youth]]
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  • ...1934 Nazi purge of youth organizations and became the core of the [[Hitler Youth]].
    883 B (122 words) - 01:57, 22 January 2011
  • ...English speakers, the '''Nazi Party''') controlled Germany, under [[Adolf Hitler]], between 1933 and 1945. "Nazi" is a short form of “Nationalsozialist, ...re the party under the charismatic leadership of Hitler. Had there been no Hitler, the party would have remained insignificant. The term "national socialism,
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  • | title = Hitler youth
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  • ....com/wwii/articles/hitleryouth.aspx |title=Rulers of the World: The Hitler Youth |accessdate=2010-02-02 |last=Zapotoczny |first= Walter S.|year=2005|work=Mi
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  • * Browder, George C. ''Hitler's Enforcers: The Gestapo and the SS Security Service in the Nazi Revolution * Rempel, Gerhard. ''Hitler's Children: The Hitler Youth and the SS'' (1989) [http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=94862712 online ed
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  • {{r|Hitler Youth}}
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  • ...er's Germany and Stalin's Russia'' (2004) [http://www.amazon.com/Dictators-Hitlers-Germany-Stalins-Russia/dp/B000FTCH5W/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=119887 ...ermany: Origins, Interpretations, Legacies'' (1999) [http://www.amazon.com/Hitlers-Germany-Origins-Interpretations-Legacies/dp/0415201152/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8
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