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Junior - VI - Social Studies

How were women perceived in nazi germany ?
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Asked by Snehal Ambekar 14th September 2015, 6:31 PM
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Dear Snehal,

Nazi saw women as mothers whose main work was to become good mothers and rear pure blooded Aryan children. They had to teach Nazi ideologies to her children.

Girls were expected to maintain the purity of race and had to distant themselves away from the Jews.All mothers were not equally treated in the Nazi Germany.

Those mothers who gave birth to undesirable, mental or physically unfit children were punished. Those who produced racially desirable children were awarded and honoured.


Answered by Expert 14th September 2015, 6:43 PM

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