Background: Der Pimpf was the monthly for boys years old in the Hitler Youth organization. The first issue appeared in under the title Morgen. The title changed to Der Pimpf with the April issue. It contained a mixture of adventure and propaganda. Its frequency of publication diminished during the war. Der Pimpf: This is the first issue of Morgen, dated February
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It included adventures of troops of Hitler Youth. The word Pimpf is slang for any member of the German Youth Movement , but later especially of the Deutsches Jungvolk , the youngest tier of the Hitler Youth.
Its meaning in Upper German is "boy", "little rascal", "scamp", or "rapscallion", originally "little fart". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Categories : establishments in Germany disestablishments in Germany Defunct magazines published in Germany Magazines published in Germany German-language magazines Magazines established in Magazines disestablished in Nazi newspapers Propaganda newspapers and magazines Teens' magazines Teens' magazine stubs Nazi Germany stubs.
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Declension and Plural of Pimpf
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Pimpf may refer to: Pimpfe , a German nickname for a boy before the voice change and the youngest members of the Hitler Youth organization in Nazi Germany Der Pimpf , the Nazi magazine for boys "Pimpf" song , the B-side of Depeche Mode's single "Strangelove" "Pimpf", a short story by Charles Stross in his story collection The Jennifer Morgue Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term. Categories : Disambiguation page with short description Disambiguation pages. Hidden categories: All article disambiguation pages All disambiguation pages. Namespaces Article Talk.