to leave the profession, so medical graduates had good job prospects. In contrast to the previous oath, which required allegiance to the constitution of the country and its lawful establishments, this new oath required members of the military to obey Hitler even if they were being ordered to do something illegal. The Nazi regime dominated neighbours through military threats in the years leading up to war. The Jungmädelbund (Young Girls League) section of the Hitler Youth was for girls age 10 to 14 and the Bund Deutscher Mädel (BDM; League of German Girls) was for young women age 14. As head of state, Hitler became Supreme Commander of the armed forces. Role of women and family Further information: Women in Nazi Germany Women were a cornerstone of Nazi social policy.