Schools for training in the Third Reich
The Reichsfuehrer of the SS Heinrich Himmler signed in 1936a decree on creating a special training course for girls wishing to become wives of the Nazis. Such "schools of brides" were headed by the leader of the National Socialist Women's Organization - Gertrude Scholz-Klin.
Only an ariek was accepted into the school. They should not have had physical injuries or mental illnesses (no one who had schizophrenia had been admitted to school).
In the schools of the bride there was a 6-week course (from1939 - two months), during which we learned not only economics, but also the basics of genetics and the theory of race, as well as political science and history. Two lessons of physical education were required every day. Also, the obligatory element of study was agriculture - only this work was recognized as worthy of a German woman.
In addition, the brides were taught rhetoric,secular manners and childcare. At the end of the course, subject to the assimilation of all knowledge, certificates were issued that gave the right to marry "exemplary Germans." Marriage of such graduates made by neo-pagan rites.
In the photo - the leader of German women -Scholz-Klink. Training in such schools was paid - 135 Reichsmarks (about 20 thousand rubles at the current rate). But this money was soon "repulsed": with the marriage of a graduate of such a school with a "true Aryan," the state gave them an interest-free subsidy of 1,000 marks for 5 years (150,000 rubles), and at birth each child was forgiven of 250 of that stamp.
The basis for the upbringing of the German wife was then "threeknown K ": kinder, küche and kirche (children, kitchen and church). The ideological basis that "schools for wives" that the role of women in society was invented even before Hitler came to power. In 1917, the first "School of Mothers" was opened in Stuttgart, where, in the background of the hardships of the First World Women, devotion to the family, the state and home economics was centrally taught.
The Nazi regime was very interested in increasing the population. And from here it followed that hired work and training in universities were an obstacle to the fulfillment of the main function of women.
In 1936 they were dismissed from officemarried women who worked as judges or lawyers, since their husband could support them. The number of women teachers has dropped drastically, and in the women's schools, housekeeping and needlework have become the main subjects.
After coming to power, the Nazis becameconsider the desire of women to a professional, political or academic career as an unnatural phenomenon. The highest happiness for a woman was to be her stay at the family hearth next to her husband.
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