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  1. Free German Youth Lyrics: Listen to all the young children from the GDR (East Germany) / Boys and girls, all friends of the USSR / I want to speak and talk about the organisation / That should ...

  2. The German Youth Fire Brigade (DJF) was founded in 1964 in Berlin. [3] By the "Youth Law of the GDR" on 4 May 1964 working groups named "Young Fire Protection Helpers" were created in the GDR. Children in these groups were taught outside of school about the basics of fire safety, preventative fire protection, firefighting, and first aid.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › JugendamtJugendamt - Wikipedia

    Jugendamt ( German: Youth office) is a German and Austrian local agency set up to promote the welfare of children. Each district ( Kreis) or district-free city ( kreisfreie Stadt) has its own Jugendamt. Its structure is flat, with no centralised (state or federal) coordinating office. In Germany the youth offices were created during Weimar ...

  4. Kaspar Hauser (30 April 1812 – 17 December 1833) was a German youth who claimed to have grown up in the total isolation of a darkened cell. Hauser's claims, and his subsequent death from a stab wound, sparked much debate and controversy. Theories propounded at the time identified him as a member of the grand ducal House of Baden, hidden away ...

  5. Freie Deutsche Jugend var en organisation for unge, både mænd og kvinder, mellem 14 og 25 år og 75 % af DDR's ungdom var medlem af organisationen, [2] hvilket i 1981–1982 svarede til ca. 2,3 millioner medlemmer. [3] Efter at have tilsluttet sig Ernst Thälmann - Pionerbevægelsen, som var for skolebørn mellem 6 og 13 år, sluttede DDR's ...

  6. Current squad. The following players were called up for the 2023 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualification matches. [6] Match dates: 22–28 March 2023. Opposition: Italy, Belgium and Slovenia. Caps and goals correct as of: 22 March 2023, after the match against Italy. No.

  7. Hitler youth, laying telephone wires, in 1933. The Hitler Youth was an organization in Nazi Germany for boys from ages 10 to 18. The boys split off from the Hitler Youth when they were 14 to join The League of German Men. All German boys between these ages whom Adolf Hitler considered to be "pure-blooded" Germans, were required to join, and ...