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Why did the bourgeois German youth flock to the Wandervogel movement? Answer To defy their conservative parents To discuss plans for a revolt To recapture a premodern past To train in
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The bourgeois German youth flock to the Wandervogel movement To escape the repressive and authoritarian society of the end of the 19th century and the adult values of a new modern German society increasingly transformed by industrialism, [ imperial militarism, and British and Victorian influence. ]
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