The Roles of Women in Nazi Germany

4 April 2015
Examines the roles and perceptions of women in Germany from 1930-1940.

This essay examines the role of women and motherhood during the 1930?s, when the Nazi regime took over Germany. It takes a hard look at the views and opinions about women by the leaders of the Nazi regime.
“The Nazi regime’s views of what a woman’s role should be and what they actually were, were very different. A woman’s place was in the home, looking after her husband, her home, and most importantly, her children. The Nazi ideology saw women as inferior to men, a woman should be at home and having children, Kinder, Kirche, Kuche. Goebbels said a woman’s primary, rightful, and appropriate place is in the family, and the most wonderful task that she can perform is to present her country and people with children.[i] The image of marriage and motherhood was sold not only as a benefit to the individual and family but also an obligation to the state. The regime believed in this so much that women could apply for marriage loans, where a woman who was getting married could apply for a marriage loan, on the proviso that she left the job market. ”
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