Discussion in 'The Third Reich' started by Minnesota 3, Aug 13, 2019.
Why do you need to know the nationality of the females in the picture?
Is that a genuine ww2 era photo ? To me their hairstyles look more 60s .
BTW Norway is a Scandinavian country.
Aside from the confusing options, why is there even a poll?
thanks for your replies. The reason I was asking what their nationality is was because this picture came from a Lebensborn article. Even though most of the woman were german some were of different nationalities. They could be german as they have the badge or symbol in the middle of their shirts. The picture did not have a description of what it is about. What era do you think the picture was in ?. It could be an actual photo taken at the time or maybe it is from a film. It is hard to see if it was taken during the war itself.
First thing that struck me was the hairstyles and the stance of the women.
BDM/League of German Girls were required to have German parents.
The picture looks suspiciously like something from 'Blitzmadels An Die Front' (1958), though they are wearing BDM insignia, which they are not in that famous dreary boob inspection picture that is so often cited as real.
(That dreary still from it, before anyone else uses it -
There seems to be a layer of postwar films along these lines, and the original pic looks like one of them, though I've seen nothing serious referring to it yet.
1960. Original & dodgy English DVD version (Of the above?... Many other sexploitation sort of posters/renames out there)
Seems a likely candidate.
Nazi Lebensborn Film Brochure + DVD
Yeah, it's from the 60s - Lebensborn/Ordered To Love/Fiances de Hitler etc. etc. etc.
Really bored? Google nationality of actresses.
thanks von poop for your stunning research and everyone else who found out information I didn't know. where did you get all the films from ? some of the girls have 60s haircuts but you are right. It is unfortunate that it is not a ww2 picture but at least it potrays them accurately such as tall, blonde and athletic.
They were German girls of a certain age & 'approved race'.
No other criteria.
As an addendum, if you mean the Lebensborn programme; I had an aunt, Gisela, that was married within the scheme.
She was small & dark.
Don't fall for silly-bugger Goebbels's nonsense 75 years after he died...
I was just wondering is ordered to life and lebensborn the same film ? you are right about goebbels. He did not look aryan at all. He didn't have blonde hair and blue eyes so I don't know how he can say that he is aryan himself.
Merged threads & deleted the pointless polls.
If you have a question just put it in your post .
I reckon she is from one of the older groups in the bdm.
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