Homefront Propaganda in Germany and the U.S.A.: Self-Protection
Families on both sides of the battle lines were urged to plan for their futures, whether that meant planting a victory garden to ensure there was enough to eat or sending children out of harm's way.
Transporting Children Out of Cities, 1942-1943
Come Join the "Kindlandverschickung" [this untranslatable word combines "child", "countryside" and "send." It sounds like a vacation program, but describes the voluntary evacuation of urban children to lower-density, lower-risk areas.]
3-10 year olds register with the N.S.V. [Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt, or National Socialist Public Welfare Society]
10-14 year olds at school
Victory Gardens, 1941-1943
Grow it yourself.
Plan a farm garden now.