Jake, from Wellingborough, Northampshire, was last seen on Sunday lunchtime playing at the water's edge at Brancaster beach during a seaside trip with his parents, Kevin and Debbie. It had been feared that he was swept away by the powerful tides, which are common on that part of the Norfolk coast.
He is the third child to have drowned after being swept to sea in the area in the past five years. In Tom Loughlin, four, and his six-year-old sister, Jodi, from south London, disappeared during a similar day out at Holme-next-the-Sea in His disappearance triggered a search operation involving police helicopter with infra-red cameras, a rescue helicopter from RAF Wattisham in Suffolk, an RAF Nimrod and hundreds of volunteers.
Boy, 5, vanishes on trip to beach. Terms and Conditions. The Deutsches Jungvolk, the youngsters in the Hitler Youth, was the separate section for boys aged 8 to 14 of the Hitler Youth organisation in Nazi Germany.
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Through a program of outdoor activities, parades and sports, it aimed to indoctrinate its young members in the tenets of Nazi ideology. Membership became fully compulsory for eligible boys in By the end of World War II, some became child soldiers.
In addition to their pre-military training, the DJ contributed to the German war effort by collecting recyclable materials such as paper and scrap metal, and by acting as messengers for the civil defence organisations. By , the Hitler Youth formed part of the Volkssturm, an unpaid, part-time militia, and often formed special HJ companies within Volkssturm battalions. In theory, service in the Volkssturm was limited to boys over 16 years of age, however much younger boys, including Jungvolk members, often volunteered or were coerced into serving in these units; even joining the "Tank Close-Combat Squads" which were expected to attack enemy tanks with hand-held weapons.
Eye witness reports of the Battle of Berlin in April record instances of young boys fighting in their DJ uniforms, complete with short trousers. Adolf Hitler's last public appearance was on 20 April , when he presented Iron Crosses to defenders of Berlin, including several boys, some as young as twelve years-old. Each player, working in turn, completes a section and conceals it before passing the paper to the next.
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