different but of equal value
A1. 'Kinder, Kirche, Kuche' (Children, church, kitchen)
A2. there was a general concern about falling birth rates but also a specifically Nazi concern with racial fertility.
A3. Magda Goebbels, blond wife of the minister of Propaganda and mother of his six children; Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, head of the National Socialist Frauenschaft and mother of 4 children.
A4. despite the policies of the early years, when maximising male jobs was a priority labour shortages developed after 1936 and women had to be encourage back to work.
Note - The key principle of the Nazi attitude to women was 'separate spheres' - women were different but of equal value. However, many so-called Nazi views on women were simply those of the 1930s.