Interesting pages of history.
No matter what, life always goes on. New state regime can pursue a policy, which affects many, but not affected by it citizens continue to live his normal life.
While the Nazis persecuted the Jews and all the others who were considered second-class citizens, many Germans did not notice any changes in your routine. They went to school, joined clubs, got married, worked, shopped…
It was everyday life against the backdrop of one of the worst periods in history. Then, when the war broke out, destruction and violence has touched everyone — but in the background of the civil war life on the home front continued.
These photos show how looked “normal” life in Nazi Germany existed from 1933 to 1945.
1. Students welcome the teacher, Berlin, January 1934
2. The kids buy Popsicles from the tray, Berlin, 1934
3. Volunteers collect Christmas donations for the poor, Berlin, December 1935
4. Children waving flags, going from Berlin to evacuate, CA. 1940-1945
5. Representatives of the League of German girls (the female counterpart of the Hitler youth) gymnastics, 1941
6. German children at a geography lesson in a Nazi school in Silesia (Poland), October 1940
7. Members of the Hitler youth pull the rope gas masks, worms, 1933
8. The distribution of portraits of Adolf Hitler for hanging in homes, a camp for displaced people in Lublin (Poland), 1940
9. Members of the Hitler youth camping, location unknown, 1933
10. Passers-by read the propaganda stand with the title “the Jews are our tragedy”, in worms, 1933
11. The members of the Reich labor service, where for six months compulsory recruited all young men on the field work, CA. 1940
12. Children with down syndrome in the Schönbrunn psychiatric hospital, 1934, Initially, all children with developmental delays, forcibly sterilized, and later all the mentally ill began to destroy physically.
13. Activists of the Union of German girls hang posters of on their organization, worms, 1933
14. The family marvels at the boy in the Hitler youth, February 1943
15. Jewish product reviews a street vendor, Radom (Poland), 1940
16. Activists of the Union of German girls doing the cleaning, Berlin, date unknown.
17. The Jews stand in a queue to the travel Agency, hoping to leave Germany, Berlin, January 1939
18. The newlywed wears an SS uniform for the wedding, December 1942
19. Members of the Nazi party with election campaigning at the gates of the Church, Berlin, on 23 July 1933
20. The ritual jumps over a bonfire during the traditional summer solstice festival, Berlin, 1937
21. Reich-Bishop Ludwig müller’s speech at the Berlin Cathedral from the pulpit, wrapped in a Nazi flag, September 1934
22. The storm troopers hung leaflets calling for a boycott in the window of shops owned by Jews on 1 April 1933
23. The couple admiring their rings, location unknown, 1944
24. Newborn program “Lebensborn” — the descendants of carefully selected “racially pure” parents, September 1941
25. Two SS at the christening of the child, 1936
26. Children saluting flag in one of the camps for the evacuees, date unknown.
27. Miraculously survived a Jewish shop after Kristallnacht — a terrible pogrom, which was destroyed thousands of synagogues and Jewish offices, Berlin, 10 November 1938
28. French forced work of a factory, Berlin, 1943
29. Ostarbeiters over lunch the publisher Serle, Berlin, February 1943
30. Children with their parents down to the shelter, Berlin, October 1941
31. The boys on the bed in the bomb shelter of the Imperial Ministry of aviation, Berlin, 1940
32. Men, women and children on fire fighting after the airstrike, location unknown, 1942
33. The mayor of Leipzig has committed suicide in the workplace, fear of retribution, 1945