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Victims Of Nazi Terror In Vienna: Legally Mandated Assistance And Social Democratic Patronage, 1945-48, Matthew P. Berg 2018 John Carroll University

Victims Of Nazi Terror In Vienna: Legally Mandated Assistance And Social Democratic Patronage, 1945-48, Matthew P. Berg

2018 Faculty Bibliography

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“Ewig ‘Schön’”: Politics And Poetics In The Work And Correspondence Of Sarah Kirsch And Helga Novak, Sophia J. Logan 2018 Bard College

“Ewig ‘Schön’”: Politics And Poetics In The Work And Correspondence Of Sarah Kirsch And Helga Novak, Sophia J. Logan

Senior Projects Fall 2018

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.


“Is The End Game All The Same?”: Analyzing The Importance Of German Schools And The Hitler Youth Under The Third Reich, Jillian Rubin 2018 Salem State University

“Is The End Game All The Same?”: Analyzing The Importance Of German Schools And The Hitler Youth Under The Third Reich, Jillian Rubin

Honors Theses

Was the German public education system or the Hitler Youth more influential in the indoctrination of children in Nazi Germany? The German school system promoted a rhetoric built upon a Nazi ideological framework, with the end goal of having children passively think within that framework. In contrast, the Hitler Youth emphasized physical training and militarization as a critical component of the indoctrination process. Ultimately, both proved vital in the success of Nazi Germany’s re-education program and allowed for the full integration of youth into the Nazi State.


Ordinary Soldiers: A Study In Ethics, Law And Leadership, David Frey, Waitman Beorn, Jennifer Ciardelli, Gretchen Skidmore, Jody Prescott 2014 United States Military Academy

Ordinary Soldiers: A Study In Ethics, Law And Leadership, David Frey, Waitman Beorn, Jennifer Ciardelli, Gretchen Skidmore, Jody Prescott

West Point Research Papers

Ordinary Soldiers uses a World War II case study as the basis for educating, training, and inspiring current and future officers through critical consideration of leadership and ethics. The resource prompts discussion of the legal and ethical standards U.S. military professionals are expected to meet, the challenges military leaders face in making consistently legal decisions in a combat theater, and the consequences of failure to meet these standards. Ordinary Soldiers has been designed in a modular format that can be adapted depending upon time available, lesson objectives, and class sizes ranging from just a few students to nearly 100 ...


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