Juvenile delinquency in Nazi Germany, 1933-1945
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Written in English


  • Juvenile delinquency -- Germany.,
  • Germany -- Social conditions.

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Statementby Robert George Waite.
SeriesPh. D. theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 458
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 282, [33] leaves :
Number of Pages282
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22079099M

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Neo-Nazism and Juvenile Delinquency essays It seems unimaginable that over half a century after World War II, when the world learned of the horrors that took place in the German Nazi concentration camps, that this mind-set still exists. Not only does it still exist, it thrives within the cr. The HJ also created an additonal solution that is unique in the form of a Juvenile Police force of Hitler Youths to enforce law and order upon delinquents few of whom were politically motivated but just plain bad. Well worth the effort to read for anyone interested in /5(6).   Juvenile Delinquency and the National Defense State: Policing Young Workers in Wartime Japan, – - Volume 63 Issue 1 - David R. Ambaras Please note, due to essential maintenance online purchasing will not be possible between and BST on Sunday 6th by: 4. Juvenile Delinquency in Nazi Germany, , (State University of New York at Binghamton, ) The Psychopathic God: Adolf Hitler, (Da Capo Press, ) Vanguard of Nazism, , (Harvard U.P; Oxford U.P, ) Vanguard of Nazism: the Free Corps Movement in Post-war Germany, , (Harvard University Press, ) References.

The conceptual framework within which juvenile criminality was treated by the law was fundamentally altered by the national legislation of /3 (RJWG, JGG). Juvenile Delinquency in Nazi Germany, – (Doctoral Dissertation, State University of New York Juvenile Crime, Delinquency and Correctional Education, – In: The Author: Peter D. Stachura. Published in , the book provides a personal account of his own trial before the Special People's court of Nazi Germany where he was sentenced to 10 years in prison for his participation in anti-Nazi resistance. Rudi, as he was known, also describes events leading up to the trials of the three German youths and his own experience as a : 8 January , Hamburg, Weimar Republic. This book is not a complete life and times, but a complement to existing biographies, emphasizing those peculiarities of Hitler's personal life and public career which may be understood more fully through psychology, along with the response of culture to that personality Juvenile delinquency in Nazi Germany, by Robert G. L Waite. James, Henry. He teaches that it is the pursuit and not the end which should give us pleasure; for he often prefers to leave us to our own conjectures in regard to the fate of the people in whom he has interested us.

Nazi-Soviet Pact – Alliance between Hitler and Stalin which agreed to divide Poland between the two countries. 25th August Anglo-Polish Common Defence Pact – This agreement offered mutual military assistance in the event that one country was attacked by another European country. In March Heinrich Himmler, concerned about rising juvenile delinquency, proposed a new system of "youth custody"; in Autumn it was furthered by the Ministry of Defence. In June Moringen was repopulated again, this time as a juvenile concentration camp (German: Jugendschutzlager), housing male prisoners from 13 to 22 years of age. dissertation topic: Juvenile Delinquency in Nazi Germany, - University of Munich, F.R.G. (DAAD Stipendium) M.A., State University of New York at Binghamton. - State University of New York at Binghamton (Teaching Assistantship) B.A., State University College at Oneonta, New York. Robert George Leeson Waite (Febru – October 4, ) was a historian, psychohistorian, and the Brown Professor of History (–) at Williams College who specialized in the Nazi movement, particularly Adolf Hitler.