Deutsches Jungvolk
The Deutsches Jungvolk (German Youth) was the subdivision of the Hitler Youth
Hitler Youth
The Hitler Youth was a paramilitary organization of the Nazi Party. It existed from 1922 to 1945. The HJ was the second oldest paramilitary Nazi group, founded one year after its adult counterpart, the Sturmabteilung...

 for boys aged 10 to 14. It reinforced the National Socialist view of Aryan
Aryan race
The Aryan race is a concept historically influential in Western culture in the period of the late 19th century and early 20th century. It derives from the idea that the original speakers of the Indo-European languages and their descendants up to the present day constitute a distinctive race or...

 ideals and transmitted the Nazi idea of the Volksgemeinschaft
Volksgemeinschaft is a German expression meaning "people's community". Originally appearing during World War I as Germans rallied behind the war, it derived its popularity as a means to break down elitism and class divides...

 (national or people's community). It emphasized the teaching of loyalty to Hitler
Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler was an Austrian-born German politician and the leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party , commonly referred to as the Nazi Party). He was Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and head of state from 1934 to 1945...

 and the regime, and it sponsored youth activity to reinforce the importance of male physical strength, vitality, and militarism at a very young age. They were devoted to the Nazi thoughts and they wore scarves. Parents could send their children to become members of the organization up to the age of fourteen. In many parts of Germany, young boys were forced to join the Jungvolk as a requirement for school or just as a result of their town's orders. The Nazis believed that teaching children how to become tough would free them from their weaknesses. It sowed anti-Semitism through indoctrination.

Der Pimpf
Der Pimpf
Der Pimpf was the Nazi magazine for boys, particularly those in the Deutsches Jungvolk, with adventure and propaganda. It first appeared in 1935 as Morgen, changing its name to Der Pimpf in 1937; its frequency went down with the war....

, the Nazi magazine for boys, was particularly aimed at those in the Deutsches Jungvolk, with adventure and propaganda.

See also

  • National Socialist Schoolchildren's League (NSS)‎‎
    National Socialist Schoolchildren's League
    The National Socialist Schoolchildren's League , known under the acronyms NSS and also, more rarely NSSB, was a National Socialist organisation for primary school pupils providing a student council and child protection system in Germany from 1929 till 1933.-History:The league began roughly around...

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