Neudeutschland, German Catholic Students 1919–1939 by R. Warloski

By R. Warloski

This research is of a modest phase of Germany's adventure within the Weimar and Nazi sessions. Its function is to throw gentle on one small a part of that have which will upload it to the bigger puzzle. it's a examine of Neudeutschland, a German Catholic adolescence association for college kids. The club of the Bund, because it was once recognized, is essentially from the German secondary colleges, these that are corresponding to the final grades of grade institution, plus highschool and years of school within the usa. ancillary sections of the association are the Jungvolk, the section for the kids of pre-secondary tuition age, and the Alterenbund, when you have graduated and are pur­ suing careers in enterprise, the collage, and such. The association was once based in 1919. Its direction used to be fairly stormy till 1924, and then a quick respite happened within which an try was once made at a special synthesis. That synthesis should be sum­ marized within the word, "Catholic adolescence stream. " Neudeutschland sought to catholicize the "healthy" features of the German formative years flow­ ment which had grown after 1900 and which had swept throughout the secondary faculties of Protestant northern Germany ahead of the 1st international battle. Mter the conflict, the impetus in the direction of formative years movemen- significantly greater through the shattering of the outdated, proscribing authorit- unfold one of the Catholic scholars within the secondary schools.

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The Constitution - 12 THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NEUDEUTSCHLAND sible to describe these as Congregations, but rather in many places as Vereine or Zirkeln, whatever the individual case warrants. The leader of this Verein is to be the religion teacher. . the aims of the Central Office: a) the furthering of the entire youth movement as far as it affects the Catholic students of the secondary schools; b) preparation for the profession (of the student); c) systematic care of retreat opportunities; d) stimulation and help for social and charitable work; e) student and information libraries; f) preparation of movies and films for students and lists of speakers and lecturers; g) sport and wandering.

8S 83 THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NEUDEUTSCHLAND 21 eyes of many clerics for its cooperation with the Majority Socialists and its participation in the Versailles debacle in the person of Erzberger, still had supporters among the religion teachers as the political means of defending Catholic interests; 88 A second set of articles, supplementing those outlining the goals, was also passed by the meeting. -vis the central office. These changes were passed by a heavy majority. " 89 The only conclusion possible is that the religion teachers had no idea of compromising their relatively absolute authority over the students in religious or organizational affairs with either the students or with any new organization.

73 Still more resented affiliation of their local group with a central headquarters, regardless of the tenuousness of the tie. " 7 4 It was in this situation that the leaders of the organization gathered in Cologne during the Christmas recess of the school year. For three days, deliberations were held in the great hall of the Agnes house in Cologne. Many religion teachers who were not representatives took part in the discussions. The majority of the three hundred representatives, however, were students themselves and many ofthese, probably a majority, were war veterans.

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