The Nazi Youth policy was very successful in some areas however in other areas it failed. Firstly though, it is important to see its aims before it can be deemed successful or not. The Nazis aimed to make Children obedient and disciplined, they also wanted them to idolise the Fuhrer and make him seem like God to them. They also aimed to make the growing nation a lot fitter and aimed to implant the idea
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well. Also the Nazis clearly concentrated too much on the Physical state of the Nation rather than the mental state and it was clear that the new generation during Hitler's rein were way behind other counties in intelligence and this was a clear failure of the Nazis. One final point is that 12 years in power is not enough to indoctrinate the whole of the German youth and make them all give in to Nazi ideology.