Hitler's Nazism was not only about power , control and territory, but it also shaped the ideas and viewpoints of people living in that time.
In Nazi Germany, Women were not provided the amount of respect they should have got.
In fact, a woman's role was seen as being limited to home and household. Further more, the Nazi education promoted sexual division of labor, the children were subjected to the dire misconception , stating that , women are the tender one, made to stay indoors and merely look after their homes.
How ever, Hitler called mothers the most important part of his empire. This was because mothers alone could enhance Germany with a strong and healthy new generation.