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History 150: The Nazi State-2

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Date Created: 04/04/16
4/4/16: The Nazi State 1 The Nazi State:  Population and Family Policies. ***test questions***  Some members of the League of German Girls participated in Heinrich Himmler’s special program (1935­1945) to expand the ‘Aryan’ race. o Heinrich Himmler.  Head of the S.S. and Gestapo Chief of Police. o Breeding program.  Members of the S.S. had relations with some of the members of the League of German Girls.  Gave a gift of pure Aryan race to the German population.  After giving birth, they could keep the child or give it up for adoption.  Adopted by members of the S.S or Nazi party. o Lebensborn (special maternity homes).  Pregnant young women are taken care of.  Defy social convention to please Hitler. o Examples of policies to encourage the “racially desirable” to reproduce:  Encourage the “right” people to have children.  June 1933:  The Law to Reduce Unemployment included a Marriage Loan Scheme. o A German couple (carefully screened) could apply for an interest­free loan of 1,000 Reichmarks.  Not eligible in Socialist or Communist.   o Conditions: The future wife has to be employed and must leave her job upon marriage.  Got omen out of the work force. o A supplementary decree state that:  1/4 of the loan would be cancelled for 1 child.  1/2 for 2 children.  3/4 for 3 children.  The entire loan for 4 children.  Results: o Between 1933 and 1943: 2 million men received a marriage loan. o They “repaid” the state with an average of 1.1 child per couple. o Hitler disappointed with the results. o It was less expensive to pay the rest of the loan than to have 4 children.  1939—Mother’s Day. o Mother’s Day became an official holiday in 1914. o Hitler decided to change how to celebrate the holiday. 4/4/16: The Nazi State 2  Acknowledge their contribution to the state with a medal.   3 million women were awarded the Honor Cross of the German Mother. o 4 children= bronze medal. o 6 children= silver medal. o 8 or more children= gold medal. v  In the city: o 745 women received the gold medal. o Brought 7,372 children into the world.  18.425 child per couple.  Mussolini in December 1940: o 58 Italian couples had between them 1544 living children. o 26.62 child per couple.  Eugenics. o A program of racial engineering. o Intervene and engineer reproduction.  5­30% of the population should not be allowed to have children. o Hitler’s program to prevent the “racially undesirable” from reproducing:  July1933:  Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring.  Known as the Sterilization Law. o Whereas the hereditarily healthy families have for the most part adopted a policy of having only one or two children, countless numbers of inferiors and those suffering from 4/4/16: The Nazi State 3 hereditary ailments are reproducing unrestrainedly while their   sick   and   asocial   offspring   are   a   burden   on   the community. o Anyone is hereditarily ill within the meaning of this law who suffers from one of the following illnesses:   (a) Congenital feeble­mindedness (b) Schizophrenia (c) Manic depression (d) Hereditary epilepsy (e) Huntington’s chorea (f)  Hereditary blindness  (g)  Hereditary deafness     (h) Serious physical deformities (i) chronic alcoholism.  250   Sterilization   Courts   were   established “Hitlerschnitt”. o The largest percentage of people (53%) were sterilized on the grounds that they were suffering from “congenital feeble­mindedness”.  Process for making this diagnosis.  Directors   of  institutions  (ie.  hospitals, prisons), welfare authorities, doctors, and employers put forward the names of people they   believed   to   be   suffering   from “congenital feeble­mindedness.”  Intelligence tests examined for the ability to read, write, and do arithmetic, as well as for a knowledge of geography, history, and the name of Nazi leaders.  By 1939: 320,000 people had been sterilized.


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