PLEASE READ THIS: This answer will include swastikas and facts about Nazi Germany that may offend sensitivity. If you are easily offended and/or do not accept historical facts, please do not read this answer. Instead, look at pictures of kittens wearing stupid hats.
Anyway, without further ado:
Advantages of living in Nazi Germany:
After Hitler came to power, as long as you were a “pure” German, you were entitled to many advantages.
You would have a job.
It was easier to find a job than it was in the United States at the time. Hitler made it possible to build roads and parks. Hitler also introduced rearmament, which gave millions of jobs.
You were entitled to a paid vacation.
Hitler believed that people needed vacations. Germans had paid vacations and the opportunity to visit other countries. I don’t remember all the countries, but one of them was Italy. That cheered people up.
Once women had the opportunity to leave the labour market to become mothers, more men found jobs.
Benefits of being a mother.
German women who gave birth to more than one baby would be entitled to benefits. This included financial assistance from the state and rewards.
It was well known that Nazi Germany’s economy was well ahead of all other countries in the world. Things were balanced. People found jobs and housing. Unemployment rates dropped very significantly and money was worthwhile again.
Adolf Hitler Day
In 1939 (Hitler’s 50th birthday), the government made his birthday a national holiday. Why was this holiday so special? On that day, low-income families would receive up to 20 Reichsmarks. Women would also get free copies of Mein Kampf (Hitler’s book), which they could send to their deployed husbands for free.
Germany has become the world leader in health care. Hitler controlled health care costs. In fact, insurance companies had to declare single payers to the Nazi bureaucracy. Overall, this shaped the country’s health care system and made it one of the best in the world at the time.
The Reich Minister of Propaganda, Josef Goebbels, has ordered every German family to receive a radio for entertainment and… you guessed it… for propaganda purposes… But, you know, free radio…
Nazi Germany had environmental laws in place. This made it possible to clean up the areas and, of course, to give colour to the country. At every turn, you always saw red flags. Structures were built and the country was very beautiful.
The cons of living in Nazi Germany:
The expression of one’s opinions