“Our Youth, in training”(?). "German: Nationalpolitische Erziehungsanstalten; officially abbreviated NPEA, commonly abbreviated Napola for Nationalpolitische Lehranstalt meaning National Political Institution of Teaching. These were secondary boarding schools in National Socialist Germany. They were founded as "community education sites" after the National Socialist seizure of power in 1933. Life in boys' Napolas was often very competitive and frequently brutal. Approximately one fifth of all cadets washed out or were sent home because of injuries sustained in training accidents. The official descriptor (rank) of a Napola cadet was "Jungmann", used similarly to the term "Cadet" in American military schools. Napola cadets were between 11 and 18 years of age)."