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Bonhoeffer, D., No Rusty Swords: Letters, Lectures and Notes, 1928-1936 (= Collected Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Vol. 1), 1965
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Hitler was born in Austria but joined the German army when the First World War broke out
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Ww I had tried to fulfill the 19th Century dream of nationalism by redrawing boundaries and creating new states
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Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951)Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951)
Vienna. From a very early age he was driven to become a creative artist. Unable to attend Vienna’s prestigious schools, he taught himself the fundamentals of music theory, composition, and orchestration
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Memory of the World: Lost Memory Libraries and Archives destroyed in the Twentieth Century / prepared for unesco on behalf of ifla by Hans van der Hoeven and on behalf of ica by Joan van Albada. Paris : unesco, 1996
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The Rise of the NazisThe Rise of the Nazis
Fifty years ago this month, Adolf Hitler was appointed Reich Chancellor of Germany by the aging President Hindenburg. How were the Nazis able to 'seize power' in this way? Jeremy Noakes begins our special feature by explaining their
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Section One: Toward the Great DepressionSection One: Toward the Great Depression
Neither the major western European powers nor the United States offered strong economic leadership or acted responsibly
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The depressionThe depression
To kill the Jews, the Nazis were willing to weaken their capacity to fight the war. The U. S. and its allies, however, were willing to attempt almost nothing to save them
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Thomas Mann and WagnerismThomas Mann and Wagnerism
Questions concerning the tradition of German music in the early twentieth century come down to a single question: Who is the true Wagnerist? Who preaches the true gospel after the Master’s death? Who is the rightful heir?
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Justification/Engagement event ideas DistributionJustification/Engagement event ideas Distribution
Contextualisation of soldiers' attitudes in ww1, romantic/nostalgic view ww1, produced during wwii each war feels worse than the last, psychological effect on memory of ww1, understanding sense of rejection, betrayal of wwi soldiers
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Nazi germanyNazi germany
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Did Nazi economic policies revive the German economy after the Great Depression? Did Hitler want to go to war in 1939? Was the German economy on wartime footing before 1942? Even questions about which officials were responsible for the Holocaust lack
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The treaties ending World War I did not assure peace as the League of Nations had little power
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I. After Versailles: Demands for Revision and Enforcement II. Toward the Great Depression in EuropeI. After Versailles: Demands for Revision and Enforcement II. Toward the Great Depression in Europe
Stalin’s forced industrialism, agricultural collectivization, and purges in the Soviet Communist Party and army
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