Finite nilpotent implies every normal subgroup contains normal subgroups of all orders dividing its order

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Suppose G is a finite nilpotent group and H is a normal subgroup of G. Suppose m is a natural number dividing the order of H. Then, H contains a subgroup K of order m such that K is normal in G.

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