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Children of the swastika : the Hitler Youth

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Children of the swastika : the Hitler Youth
Call No: YA 324.243038 H61c

Call NumberYA 324.243038 H61c
Dates©1993
Statement of ResponsibilityEileen Heyes.
Creators & ContributorsHeyes, Eileen (author)
Hitler-Jugend (subject)
SummaryDescribes the Hitler Youth, the state-sponsored youth organization founded by the Nazi regime to train boys and girls ten and older to serve Hitler's government with unquestioning devotion. This book describes, in chilling detail, how Adolf Hitler exploited the idealism of Germany's young people and bent them to his will through the Nazi party youth group called Hitler Youth.
Contents
  1. Hitler's world
  2. A place for youth
  3. Fun, fun, fun
  4. From fun to fanaticism
  5. A junior army
  6. War
Epilogue
Notes
Suggestions for further reading
Chronology
Index
Physical Description 96 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherBrookfield, Conn. : The Millbrook Press
NotesIncludes bibliographical references (pages 89–90) and index
AudiencePublisher recommendation: Ages 12 and up
RecognitionGifted in 1995 by Altman Kahn Zack law firm in honour of David & Lil Shafran and family

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