Political cartoon from 1939 in response to the Nazi-Soviet Pact. Under the Nazi-Soviet Pact, Hitler and Stalin also agreed to "share" the invasion of Poland. What was the fate of poor Poland, lying in the middle? Both Hitler and Stalin was being sarcastic.
not all young people were happy with the Nazi regime: SOME girls were unhappy with the emphasis on the three Cs (Church, children, cooker). Girls who were regarded as true Aryan girls were sent off to special camps where they were bred (like farm animals) with selected 'Aryan' boys. Towards the end of the war, youth gangs such as the Eidelweiss Pirates grew up, rejecting the HJ and Nazi youth culture, drinking and dancing to American jazz and 'swing' music. In Cologne in 1944 they sheltered army deserters and even attacked the Gestapo. If they were caught, they were hanged.
German Jews were persecuted from the moment the Nazis came to power in 1933. But the German invasion of Poland resulted in a radicalization of Nazi persecution.