Young German girls perform calisthenics as part of the "Mind and Body" policies for building physically and mentally able youth. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Heer Helferin with Wehrmacht soldier re-enactor
Frau am Strand im weissen Strandanzug ullstein bild - Karl Schenker/Timeline Images, 1934
Pretty Military Women.
Hanna Reitsch wearing Luftwaffe Pilot's Badge & Glider pin.jpg
Hanna Reitsch, the world's first woman test pilot, first woman helicopter pilot, only woman to fly the Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet rocket plane, also the only woman to be awarded Germany's Iron Cross First Class.
Hanna Reitsch, one of the only women to be awarded the Iron Cross First Class and the Luftwaffe Combined Pilots-Observation Badge in Gold with Diamonds during WWII.
The Swedes make some amazing flying machines, like the Saab 35 Draken photographed above by Tony Osborne, London Bureau Chief for Aviation Week. It's so striking it doesn't even seem real. It feels more like a space fighter than a plane from Earth. Check out this gallery.
1930s Bund Deutscher Mädel: 'Gleich Feuers Flamme, gleich der Sonne Schein, Kostbar ist der gesunde Leib, und das Leben in Ehre'. (Like fiery flames, like rays of the sun, a healthy body and a life of honour are precious!)