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Call Nazi Part-Time Brides Menace
To G.l.s And To Future of Germany There are about a quarter o — Ne“l x* sa “superwomen <-prmany, many to s S office" ” ,?"”e PO in positions American sol tential danger Hitier‘s luxur dietS' aSCcamps and what their ious mating c P children are inmates an ^ Schultz reports now doing. Germany -SSTS’SS “itony who know about Lebens^ JTh^orgamzJion run ^the Nazi state instead of P reaJity exploiters of vice infinitely Lebensborn was and is ”2£e Nazis organized it to per petuate their hold on young ^r - developer ol agency, the deveiop organ skr^^jsn panics dlsTT, Training centers. m?r.«.»» = •» ™1U;“t SS men could choose their P.r«ime hridesjhemselve, Byi93f»S””B«S?rd; Heydrieh. racial fanatic, k condusion that K, T race and U» Nazi cause «Tothe" SoyLehe»»-1 Sn ».s organized ri«da£fy.«T?rrrs £sr2s£i» '“■%?£« •>' 1-eh.n.hom vil .a^ved Tarth.fr 1“'ScSg Sfi« —a lab®1, rioiipacies champagne, h food delicacies antinues and ?UT’ to their racial joyhouses. Ss==3=S"= on t e Diaca ■ t, pet-egg of ceeds added to the nest egg Lebensborn members t0 “It was comparati y mhe .. fpmale candidates. The rBC trumpeted that the ‘true Nazis trumpeted ration is the aristocrat of tms g tractive lit erature andsenti families er,iassr«»» ■*”iM “ and to youn„ f s These the German armed forces^ SrrI — sfsr- sr-iSi Sts provided for three months while the youngwoman expected , and nursed her baby in a mode j maternity home of her own chocs ins. • t i...n + r\f\ I “There was a iintu«-w «rhc prospective part-time rl SL gfven money to use as a nest lg or to buy a trousseau. The amount depended on her racial or political desirability fr^m L^bensbom viewpoint. If she wan - ed to take special courses or beauty treatments .Lebensborn Sd help .her choose. She was given a collection of photographs of SS men due for furlough in ♦he near future, from which to choose her companion, Naturally before the final decision was made *he had to submit to through examinations and to pro vide proof that she was pure Aryan back to her maternal great grandmother. Before she was ad mitted to a maternity center she to certify on oath that she fail consorted with only one man dur-ing four weeks at the time of conception. “Young fanatics, adventuresses, women who could not resist the lure of luxurious living flocked to the Lebensborn. These women, in giving birth to the specimens de ■p. sired by Na,zi racial experts, would also be indissolubly tied to Nazism through their motherhood. They would and they do consider them selves the high preistesses of the Nazi racial creed. Oldtime inhibi tions have disappeared from their lives. They are, according to anti Nazis who know them well, ‘pred atory females of the most danger ous description.’ In the present chaos when Nazism seems ground to dust, they remain consecreated. They are mothers of Hitler’s children. “Most of the Lebensborn women I’ve seen are remarkably attrac tive. They are well-groomed. Many have learned forgein lan guages. If they haven’t already done so, they are learning English fast Thev are teaching German to Americans in their homes. Many seek jobs in the administration of Germany. Their charm, their ele gant clothes, their attractive chil dren for whom they say must work, help them win employers. They may seem meek and docile ot the man from overseas, but if you talk to decent Germans you will find them appaled at the influ ence Nazi women interpreters weild in American offices in Ger many. “How many Lendensbom women are there? ‘At least a quarter of a million,’ thinks Frau Hildegard K., herself a Lebensborn mother who had handled come of the so ciety’s records before they were iestroyed. This figure seemed about right to some anti-Nazi Ger mans who had watched the de velopment of Lebensborn with deep but helpless apprehension. “ ‘It is just an accident that the secret weapons which the Fuehrer had promised us were not finished earlier,’said Frau Hildegard. She talked about the mission of Le bensborn mothers and what they would mean to the country in the future. Need anyone doubt that they will pas on to their children the conviction that a mere accident of timing was to blame for Hitler’s defeat ? “They were remarkably good looking, self-assured young wo men, the mothers of wanted chil dren at Steinhoering. Whatever they may have felt about the fate of their country, they put on a cheerful front bound to captivate any lonely male. The tots at ttheir side enhanced the picture. "Why had the mothers come back to Steinhoering to retrieve their children? At first they dodged my questions but when they realized that I knew a good deal about Lebensbom they talked freely. The only precaution they cook was to find out their names. The prettiest and most daring of the group said flately: ‘It is much easier toget on in the American and British zones if you have an attractive child with you. Besides l don’t want my child to be brand ed as illegitimate. He is the child , r „ nn/1 T infonrl fr» coo that he gets the privileges he de serves.’ “Another sounded dreamy: ‘I did not wish to be deprived of the dignity of child-bearing nor was I handicapped by old-fashioned marolistic reasons. Nazism freed me of the fetters of Christian inhi bitions. I am through with that Christian stuff, and I am going to bring up my child according to my ideas.’ a “The young women work over time to implant their propaganda on officers. They have energy and courage. Nobody denies their right to work. But they should work un der supervision, in places where they have no chance -to exert po litican influence. These women are married, in the truest sense of the word, to the Nazi creed. 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