Academy for Youth Leadership

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File:Braunschweig HJ-Akademie Sueden (2006).JPG
The former “Akademie für Jugendführung”, built 1937 to 1939, in Braunschweig, as seen from the south.

The Academy for Youth Leadership (German: Akademie für Jugendführung) was a Hitler Youth (HJ) leadership school in Braunschweig.[1] Any "Hitler Youth who is above reproach in terms of descent, health, performance, and behavior" was eligible for the one-year academy course if he had completed his labor and military service and had already taken some leadership courses. Successful completion of the academy course obligated the graduate to twelve years of HJ service. The academy had little effect because the war began soon after its founding.

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  1. "Akademie für Jugendführung". Vernetztes-gedaechtnis.de. Retrieved 2015-07-24. 

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