|What were the aims of Nazi Policies towards Aryan women?
|- Women to have larger families - The Three K's - Women to have traditional roles
|What do the Three K's stand for?
|Kinder - Children Kueche - Kitchen Kirche - Church
|How were women more liberated in Weimar Germany?
|Women had equal rights to men. Women could vote. Many women worked for a living.
|What was the Nazi's idea of an ideal woman?
|A woman who would... - look after children and husband - not wear make-up, wear trousers, or smoke - be Aryan - be fit and healthy - have lots of children
|How were women enouraged to have larger families?
|- Discouraged from entering the workplace - Loans to married women who agreed to not work - More maternity benefits and family allowances - No birth control or abortion - Awards
|What were Nazi's aims towards Non-Aryan women?
|Lower or stop their birth rate
|How did Nazis go about achieving these aims?
|Almost 100,000 women forcibly strelised under the law for the prevention of diseased offspring. Or by killing them and their children
|How did Rearmament affect Nazi Policies?
|Women were needed in the workplace, particularly on frams and in factories. War work became compulsory for adult women in 1942.
|How successful was the aim of stopping Aryan women of working?
|Fairly successful, numbers of working women fell dramatically.
|How successful was the aim of encouraging Aryan women to have more children?
|Not very successful. Birth rates incresed slightly but did not match the 1920's boom.
|How successful was the Nazi's racial policy regarding Non-Aryan women?
|Very successful. Women were either sterelised so they couldn't have children or them and their children were killed.