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/hajtlɹ̩d͡ʒud͡ʒɛnd/

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  1. Similarly to Hitlerjugend.
  2. Hitler Youth members, the 12th SS Hitlerjugend. Recruits were supposed to be at least seventeen
  3. protest against compulsory military service, refusing to join the Hitlerjugend or to deny
  4. youth was the Hitlerjugend, the youth wing of his party. Among its activities was sporting,
  5. be agreed on by the Nazi party. The underlying thought of the Hitlerjugend was that its members
  6. activities. After December 1936 membership to the Hitlerjugend became compulsory for all Aryan boys.
  7. the increasing militarism of the Hitlerjugend, the totalitarian character of Hitlers Germany
  8. Hitlerjugend, but thats about it. In turn, they became a symbol of rebellion against the regime.
  9. was forbidden, and they let their hair grow, in contrast to the sharply cut Hitlerjugend members.
  10. they started to crack down on the youths. Membership of the Hitlerjugend became
  11. or Youth Service Duty, all German youths were conscripted in the Hitlerjugend. If
  12. to interfere when some teenagers objected to joining the Hitlerjugend. Records of Gestapo
  13. go out on the street with brass knuckles and beat up Hitlerjugend members. There were neighbourhoods
  14. where members of the Hitlerjugend no longer dared to wear their Nazi insignia in public,
  15. In part because the senior leadership of the Hitlerjugend kept getting drafted to the front,
  16. so local Hitlerjugend departments were led by inexperienced youths unable to stand up against
  17. HItlerjugend members at home and breaking into ammunition depots for acts of sabotage.