Mädel im Landjahr Part I of II
Description: The League of German Girls (Bund Deutscher Mädel [BDM]) was the female section of the Hitler Youth, its role was to indoctrinate girls into the beliefs and ideals of the Nazi regime. The BDM focused on developing girls into women who were dedicated to Nazism, dutiful housewives, and whose role within in society was to become a mother. Girls were to grow-up with an unquestioning understanding of the intended role of women in the Third Reich. BDM members were required to have German parents, be in good health, and conform to Nazi racial ideals.
Video Added: 15.12.2020
Frohe Ferientage fur alle Kinder
Country: East Germany
Tags: boy, girl, swimming
Description: This black and white documentary film shows a three-week stay of young pioneers in a holiday camp of a publicly owned company (VEB) in the Spreewald. The children spent the August days of 1954 hiking, camping and exploring, followed by sporting competitions and activities in working groups for young paramedics, photographers and historical researchers.
Video Added: 10.10.2020
Riverboat - Die MDR-Talkshow aus Leipzig - Ausgabe 556
Tags: boy, girl
Description: Patrick Bach, Enrico Lübbe, Inger Nilsson,
Gil Ofarim, Jörg Pilawa, Thomas Schiewer, Klaus D. Schleiter, Anja Schüte in german talk-show Riverboat.
Video Added: 16.06.2020
Geschiedenis 24 - Zwemles voor kleuters in West Duitsland (1968)
Country: West Germany
Tags: boy, swimming
Video Added: 12.06.2020
Barkenhoff evening song
Tags: boy, girl, summer camp, swimming
Description: Heinrich Vogeler called the house "Barkenhoff" and turned it into an artist's home. The Art Nouveau villa became a meeting point for intellectuals and artists. Vogeler lived there with his wife Martha. The three daughters Mieke, Mieke, Helene and Mascha were born here. After separating from Martha, Vogeler founded the Barkenhoff community and work school in 1919. A metal and a wood workshop have been providing the residents work and bread, and the garden was used for self-sufficiency from then.
In 1923 the project "work school" got into financial difficulties, the Barkenhoff temporarily became a children's home and received financial support. In 1924 Vogeler sold the Red Aid building. The children's home had to be closed in 1932.
Video Added: 31.05.2020