Through Innocent Eyes - The Chosen Girls of the Hitler Youth
Cynthia A. Sandor, 2012 

Landjahr Lager taught the girls how to build their courage, confidence, and character in a friendly and fun atmosphere through the power of camaraderie. This elite rural educational program provided the fundamental building blocks which would stay with them a lifetime.

The educational curriculum was designed exclusively by the Reich’s Ministry of Science, Education, and Culture.  The focus was to build the girls full individual potential to become a productive member in society.  

Their education went beyond the traditional home economics, sports activities, and child rearing as we have all come to believe.  Through a myriad of enriching experiences, these girls developed their interpersonal mental, physical, and spiritual skills. Their challenging assignments included thought provocative discussions, problem-solving activities, and team-building exercises, which ended in their daily prayer.
  
They contributed to local society by working with the farmers planting and harvesting the local crops, holding theatrical plays, musical performances, and organizing summer festivals for the townspeople.  

By the time these girls graduated, they could move into their chosen vocation from agriculture, hospitality, retail, office work, or full home management and childcare. They had an exact understanding of their responsibility and duties to their state and in their work place.  It was a great honor to be chosen for Landjahr Lager.

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Jungmaedel Service
Chris Crawford, 2006

"The Jungmaedel Service" is a direct translation of the 1940 introductory pamphlet for new members of the Jungmaedel League, the section of the League of German Girls ages 10 through 14.

The pamphlet includes a short history of the organization, information about membership, the Jungmaedel Challenge and Jungmaedel Proficiency Badge, as well as general rules and regulations for personal conduct, wear and appearance of the uniform, as well as meetings and travels with the group.

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Der Jungmaedeldienst
BDM Historical Publishing, 2006
reprint of 1940 booklet

"Der Jungmaedeldienst" is a direct reprint of the 1940 introductory pamphlet for the Jungmaedel League. The text inside is in German, printed in Gothic-style script.

This item is NOT a reproduction, it is a reprint in standard US 6x9 inch size with a glossy cover. (Under the Berne Convention Act, the original manuscript, which was published in 1940 with no copyright notice, is in the public domain.)

The pamphlet includes a short history of the organization, membership information, as well as general rules and regulations for personal conduct, wear of the uniform, and meetings and travels with the group.

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