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Free German youth, the GDR"s all-embracing youth organization

Free German youth, the GDR"s all-embracing youth organization

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Published by Panorama DDR in Berlin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany (East)
    • Subjects:
    • Freie Deutsche Jugend.,
    • Socialism and youth -- Germany (East)

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[translated by Intertext Berlin].
      ContributionsIntertext, Fremdsprachendienst der DDR.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHS3260.G354 F7434 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination46 p., [16] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2286553M
      LC Control Number86153806

        She always kept her private life in a locker she made a career both as an academic and a local leader of the Free German Youth, a Communist youth organization akin to the Soviet Komsomol. Although Merkel seems reluctant to speak about it these days, she was in charge of agitation and propaganda for the young Communists at the Academy. Get this from a library! Youth politics in East Germany: the Free German Youth Movement, [Alan McDougall] -- In East Germany during the s and s young people were a constant problem for the communist authorities - and in particular for the communist youth organization, the Free German Youth .

      I kept myself busy and got involved in social activities. I became a member of the Free German Youth, a State-sponsored socialist youth organization, and served as secretary, a responsible position among local members. I also joined a singing club, did poetry sessions, and . Youth organized were responsible for educating German young in the spirit of national socialist. ten year old had to enter kung volk the nazi youth group. ii) at 14 all the bay had to join nazi youth organisation called hitler youth where they learnt to worship war., glorify aggression and violence, condemn democracy and hate Jew, communist and.

      4 The world atmosphere testifies to the urgent need for protecting youth. They throw doubt across the path of impressionable youth, many of whom would never question their pastors and teachers. w63 8/15 pp. - The Watchtower— Culture The Second Life of an East German Youth Organization. Although communist East Germany is history, a relic from that era lives on: the Free German Youth organization.


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In communist East Germany, young people constituted the social group for whom the ruling authorities had the highest hopes — and in whom they were most frequently and bitterly disappointed. In this book, the author has undertaken a study of the East German communist youth organization, the Free German Youth (FDJ), and the young people that it tried, often in vain, to enthuse and : Alan Mcdougall.

In East Germany during the s and s young people were a constant problem for the communist authorities - and in particular for the communist youth organization, the Free German Youth (FDJ). This book provides the first in-depth study of the often troubled relationship between the FDJ and East German youth during this important by: 6.

Background: The FDJ, or Free German Youth, was the official youth group of the GDR. Nearly everyone belonged. These pictures come from a book reviewing the FDJ’s activities between and The source: Vom X.

zum XI. Parlament der Freien Deutschen Jugend. hist. Free German Youth [used primarily as a gloss for Freideutsche Jugend, which is generally used untranslated in English texts] Freideutsche Jugend {f} hist. [secluded area in which the Russian occupants lived and worked in the former GDR].

In communist East Germany young people constituted the social group for whom the ruling authorities had the highest hopes - and in whom they were most frequently and bitterly disappointed.

In Youth Politics in East Germany the author has undertaken a pioneering study of the East German communist youth organization, the Free German Youth (FDJ), and the young people that it tried, often in vain. Junge Welt (Young World) was the organ of the GDR’s youth organization, the Free German Youth (FDJ), and with million copies printed, it was the country’s largest circulation daily.

My collection includes this paper’s November 7, edition, and it provides an amazing reflection of the disintegration of state socialism in the GDR.

In East Germany during the s and s young people were a constant problem for the communist authorities - and in particular for the communist youth organization, the Free German Youth (FDJ). This book provides the first in-depth study of the often troubled relationship between the FDJ and East German youth during this important period.

In Protestantism: Mainstream Protestantism and the establishment of the Free German Youth (Freie Deutsche Jugend), a secular organization that competed for the attention of young people by offering members access to recreational facilities, organized holidays, and higher education.

The vigorous way the Protestant churches in East Germany celebrated the th anniversary of the Reformation. In his new book on the evolution of the communist youth organization, the Free German Youth (FDJ), Alan McDougall consciously risks being labeled an apologist for the GDR with his insistence that the state and its young people functioned under a program of "coercion and consent" (pp.

Free Contemporary German Language Books For Children. Now, finding free German children’s books or fairy-tales in the public domain is not difficult, but there’s a problem with books or stories that are more than years : André Klein.

tions that were led and organized by youth itself with as little adult interfer-ence as possible – was established aroundand the rise of Nazism, after which the ‘free’ youth movement was soon dissolved.

Hence, I limit my study to the Wilhelmine era (–) and the Weimar period (–) of German history. The GDR celebrates its 30th anniversary in The event is the focus of the Whitsun gathering of the Free German Youth. Teachers, who are required to. Try the new Google Books.

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The German Youth Movement (German: Die deutsche Jugendbewegung) is a collective term for a cultural and educational movement that started in It consists of numerous associations of young people that focus on outdoor activities. The movement included German Scouting and the8 million children had joined associations that identified with the movement.

Berlin, Germany. Documentation on file regarding free German youth convention, German commentary. Crowds at zone barriers. Armoured cars, pan. Walter Z.

Laqueur accomplished an important task in his book, Young Germany: A History of the German Youth Movement. This book, written inwas the first to examine the German youth movements in the first half of the 20th century.

Laqueur is a prolific writer, authored dozens of books, and has held faculty positions at numerous prestigious 4/4(1). The Free German Youth, also known as the FDJ (German: Freie Deutsche Jugend), is a youth movement in Germany. Formerly it was the official youth movement of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and the Socialist Unity Party of Germany.

The organization was meant for young people, both male and female, between the ages of 14 and 25 and comprised about 75% of the young population Headquarters: Karl-Liebknecht-Haus, Berlin. In this book, the author has undertaken a study of the East German communist youth organization, the Free German Youth (FDJ), and the young people that it tried, often in vain, to enthuse and control.

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It consists of numerous associations of young people focused on outdoor activities. Parts of. Free German Youth. 77 likes. The Free German Youth, also known as the FDJ, is a socialist youth movement in Germany.

Formerly it was the official youth.This reference book describes the many groups and organizations in Germany that are involved in youth work. Its purpose is to facilitate the development of international contacts and to contribute to the international education of German youth.

Youth work in Germany is briefly described in the book's introduction. The annotated listing is organized around the following categories: youth Author: Juventa Verlag.Free German Youth (Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ)) was the Communist youth organization of the government of the German Democratic 6 to 14 the children were Thälmann Pioneers and then joined the FDJ.

The Free German Youth does still exist after the reunification of Germany. the FDJ had million members, even the Conservative chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel was a .