July August September October The cover illustrates the major theme of the issue on American Indians. There is a most interesting article on the Souix, which basically says that they were a strong race that was unable to withstand the even stronger white race. November May Articles about auto racing, a bomber pilot forced to bail out, and the building of the Panama Canal. There is a story about a proud boy who joins the Pimpfs for pragmatic reasons.
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July August September October The cover illustrates the major theme of the issue on American Indians. There is a most interesting article on the Souix, which basically says that they were a strong race that was unable to withstand the even stronger white race. November May Articles about auto racing, a bomber pilot forced to bail out, and the building of the Panama Canal.
There is a story about a proud boy who joins the Pimpfs for pragmatic reasons. The other boys teach him a lesson. Several items deal with military scouts. An article about rocketry wonders if space travel is even possible. October The cover shows a German tank rolling over Polish troops. August November The rather busy cover shows the Luftwaffe dropping supplies to an armored unit. The lead article describes how five German tanks defeated half a Soviet division. Another article deals with the paratroop invasion of Crete.
Several stories describe adventures by members of the Hitler Youth. March The cover shows a German fighter blowing a British plane out of the sky. Much of the interior material also concerns the Luftwaffe. June Another story is about a brave Pimpf who fought incendiary bombs dropped on his apartment building. The cover has a member of the Dutch Nazi youth group, the Jeugdstorm. The majority of the issue has a military theme. An Iron Cross winner shows boys how to use a compass, and there are pictures of submarines and a story of a Stuka pilot.
December : The cover shows a young boy admiring a military uniform, while in the backgound an artillery crew is firing. He longs for the day when he can join them. Most interior material concerns the military in some way. January February A story of a member in China the part occupied by Japan. There is also a story about Japanese youth, and a piece on a submarine that survived a hurricane. May-June It grows from the behavior of us boys as we join the war and the front, from our inner conduct which results from a conscious return to the truth and genuine values of life, the values of art and culture, that we are defending from the arsonists of this war.
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Development[ edit ] Deutsches Jungvolk fanfare trumpeters at a Nazi rally in the town of Worms in Their banners illustrate the Deutsches Jungvolk rune insignia. Although not compulsory, the failure of eligible boys to join the DJ was seen as a failure of civic responsibility on the part of their parents. Parents could be fined or imprisoned for failing to register their children. Boys were excluded if they had previously been found guilty of "dishonourable acts", if they were found to be "unfit for service" for medical reasons, or if they were Jewish.