My diploma thesis deals with the education and socialisation of girls and young women from Styria while growing up from 1938 to 1945 under the influence of the Nazi regime. Based on the topic of the social position and the ideologized role of women under national socialism, a system which tried to maintain the picture of women as mothers and housewives and combined gender specific duties and attributes, I further looked at the educational aspects of the Nazi regime. The latter were executed in the form of political socialisation and aimed at manipulating and conditioning the young generation towards the national socialist ideology. After the connection between Austria and the “Third Reich” was established, all beliefs and educational premises had to take full effect in Styria as well. This is also the reason why accordance in the conveyance of the specific “ideal” role of women can be identified in the regional context of Styria. Therefore, it was also possible to shape young girls to different types of active or passive carriers and operatives of the Nazi regime. Constructing everyday life are the three spheres of action, namely school, leisure time and family, which have also been affected by the indoctrination of national socialism in Styria. The related facets and manifestations of these three dimensions create the focus point of my diploma thesis and have been examined in great detail. Ultimately, my diploma thesis makes use of a pluralistic research approach, as I not only use numerous written primary sources in form of newspaper articles, but I also gain information from empirical research due to conducted interviews with contemporary witnesses from Styria.