Women in Nazi Germany
They do not see why women should engage in work outside the house . Before the rule of the Nazis over Germany , there were many women who were employed in different fields . But when Hitler came to power , many women who were working were discharged . Yet when the time came when there was a lack of skilled people because of the war , a law was approved in the year 1973 declaring a Duty Day ' for skilled women , such as teachers , doctors lawyers and civil servants . According to the government , the duty day is
a way for the women to help the country . And because they were helping the government in the shortage of hands , they were not paid for their work
Hitler did not only stop at this , the right of suffrage that was granted to women before the rule of the Nazis was also taken away . Along with this was the right to hold public office . The world at that time was already modernizing in terms of its views of women , even in Germany before the rule of Hitler . But when the Nazis took hold of the German government , they somewhat like go back in time . The rights that women have fought for were again taken away . The taking back of the right of suffrage and the right to hold public office was again one of the steps that Hitler took in to focus the women on their primary duties Political life of the German women was only related to the National Socialist Women 's Movement . This movement served was a front for the government to endorse the policies they want the women to follow . Even Gertrud Scholtz-Klink did not have any political power in her hands even though Hilter appointed her a position . In contrary to that , the men...