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"You could eat, fill your stomach," says Steinmeyer, whose father found a job at a brick works, where he worked long shifts seven days per week. "When Hitler came in, we were glad. We had food, work; the streets were safe and we had respect for our elders. "In many ways, Steinmeyer was a perfect candidate for Nazi indoctrination. Fully aware of how unpalatable some of his policies were among the more educated, older generation, Hitler aimed much of his propaganda at youngsters. Speaking at a rally in 1938 he told them: "You, my youth, are our nation's most precious guarantee for a great future, and you are destined to be the leaders of a glorious new order under the supremacy of National Socialism. Never forget that one day you will rule Air Force One High Heels the world. "The "Hitler Jugend" (Hitler Youth) was established in 1926. Children such as Steinmeyer flocked to the organisation, which promised adventure and a release from their impoverished lives. Steinmeyer joined informally when he was eight. "I think that Hitler was good at that time. He fed our stomachs.
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We were poor boys, from the street. "Given a uniform which he wore with pride, Steinmeyer was required to attend meetings twice a week. He learned skills such as orienteering and how to use air rifles. There were also regular camps, a treat for a young boy who had little experience of fun. Nike Air Force 1 Womens Mid
what a bad time it was. "Massive inflation, triggered by the country's huge debts after the First World War, meant that few Germans could afford even the basics. "There were six in my family I had three sisters and we would share one herring. I went to school with one tomato from the garden, and in the summer I had no shoes. You went out to the fields to scavenge for corn lying on the ground, potatoes and rabbits. We had virtually no meat and would eat porridge. People don't realise what a bad time it was. "Hitler was viewed by Steinmeyer and millions of others as a saviour. He created employment through the construction of the autobahns and provided people with child benefit and pensions.
n, setting out his Nazi ideology and the framework for the new regime. On his release, the Nazi party was reformed with promises to improve the lives of Germans who were struggling amid severe economic crisis. "My family was very poor, like everyone else," recalls Steinmeyer. "We had no money at all. You cannot imagine Red Air Force 1 High Red October
fought in the First World War and would eventually lose his life as a soldier in the Second World War. "My father never talked to me about politics," says Steinmeyer, "but my mother hated Hitler, to start with anyway. When she got a widow's pension after my father was killed she changed her mind a bit. "Being tall, healthy and sporty, with prized Aryan blue eyed, blond looks, Steinmeyer was a natural candidate for the elite SS. "To join you had to be able to trace your nationality back to the 1800s. You had to be tall, have perfect health, including all your teeth and no glasses. I tr.
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