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Hitler Youth Terrain Exercise

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Hitler Youth Terrain Exercise, subtitled "People To Arms! The Modern Game of Warfare" is a Nazi propaganda board game, published by O&M Hausser in Ludwigsburg in the mid to late 1930s[1] as a "discounted popular edition".[2]

The game is a strategy-based adaptation of a Hitler Youth field exercise played much like Halma with up to four players each using different colours. It was intended as part of military education, amplifying the "aggressive components" of traditional board games.[2]


  1. "DHM Objektdatenbank".
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Nationalsozialismus - Hitlerjugend - Brettspiel "Hitlerjugend Gelände-Übung"".

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