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To start off…
German actress and cabaret star Marlene Dietrich starring in
the film Der Blaue Engel (The Blue Angel) in 19...
How were women treated by the Nazis?
Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany
Challenges
 Can I describ...
Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany
Challenge  Can I describe the archetypal woman in Nazi Germany...
Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany
Challenge  Can I describe the archetypal woman in Nazi Germany...
Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany
Challenge  Can I explain how and why the role of women changed...
Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany
Challenge  Can I explain how the role of women changed under t...
Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany
Challenge  Can I analyse the impact of the changes made to wom...
Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany
Challenge  Can I analyse the impact of the changes made to wom...
Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany
Challenge  Can I analyse the impact of the changes made to wom...
To conclude…
Do you think that Nazi policies…
OR
…the lives of women?
52 year-old, pure Aryan
physician, wishes to settle
down. Desires male offspring
through civil marriage with
young, health...
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Nazi Policies Towards Women

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Nazi Policies Towards Women

  1. 1. To start off… German actress and cabaret star Marlene Dietrich starring in the film Der Blaue Engel (The Blue Angel) in 1930. What can you SEE in this photograph? What do you THINK this says about German women during the 1920s and early 1930s? What does this make you WONDER? (any questions?)
  2. 2. How were women treated by the Nazis? Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany Challenges  Can I describe the archetypal woman in Nazi Germany?  Can I explain how and why the role of women changed under the Nazis?  Can I analyse the impact of the changes made to women? Key words Kinder, Kirche, Küche Lebensborn
  3. 3. Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany Challenge  Can I describe the archetypal woman in Nazi Germany? Draw In the centre of your page, draw a quick sketch of the outline of a woman. There should be room both outside and within your outline to write notes. Study the three sources provided. a) Annotate the outside of your lady with notes about how women were expected to appear and behave in Nazi Germany. b) Leave the inside of your lady blank for the moment, as we will be using this space later on.
  4. 4. Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany Challenge  Can I describe the archetypal woman in Nazi Germany? 52 year-old, pure Aryan physician, wishes to settle down. Desires male offspring through civil marriage with young, healthy virgin of pure Aryan stock. She should be undemanding, suited to heavy work, and thrifty. She should wear flat heels, be without earrings and, if possible, without money. A B C
  5. 5. Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany Challenge  Can I explain how and why the role of women changed? 1920s 1930s Why do you think that the role of women changed when the Nazi Party took control?  The Nazis were a male-dominated organisation.  Hitler had many traditional, conservative views.  The Nazis were worried about the falling birth rate.
  6. 6. Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany Challenge  Can I explain how the role of women changed under the Nazis? Nazi laws and policies Using the video and the article provided, answer the following questions:  What restrictions were imposed on women by law?  What rewards and incentives were offered to women who lived up to the Nazi ideal?  How did the Nazis attempt to increase the birth rate in Germany?
  7. 7. Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany Challenge  Can I analyse the impact of the changes made to women? How do you think women living in Nazi Germany would have felt about the rules and expectations of them? Write your ideas inside the outline of your lady.
  8. 8. Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany Challenge  Can I analyse the impact of the changes made to women? … but we also need women to work? 1937 - Historians argue that Nazi Germany was full of contradictions and chaos. Policies were widely improvised for each new crisis! With men now joining the army, the Nazis now needed more women to work. Marriage loans were abolished and ‘duty year’ for all women was introduced. 1939 there were still less women working that during the Weimar Republic era.
  9. 9. Objective To learn about the role of women in Nazi Germany Challenge  Can I analyse the impact of the changes made to women? What was life really like for women in Nazi Germany? In groups write a play set in 1938. The main characters are members of a single family, although additional characters can be used as well. The Family Mother (Mid 30s working in a factory Father (Mid 30s also working in a factory Daughter 1 (18 and serving her duty year Daughter 2 (aged 9) Include: Details from your text books – pg. 136-139 including the sources and any information you have learnt so far. Ensure that your write down your play as you will be adding a second scene set in wartime Germany.
  10. 10. To conclude… Do you think that Nazi policies… OR …the lives of women?
  11. 11. 52 year-old, pure Aryan physician, wishes to settle down. Desires male offspring through civil marriage with young, healthy virgin of pure Aryan stock. She should be undemanding, suited to heavy work, and thrifty. She should wear flat heels, be without earrings and, if possible, without money. Source BSource A Propaganda painting showing the ideal Nazi family. This was painted by Wolfgang Willrich in the 1930s An advert from a lonely hearts column, written by a German doctor in 1940. Source C A German slogan meaning “Children, Church and Kitchen.” It was commonly used to sum up Nazi attitudes towards the role of women.

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