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Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and the Relationship Between the State, Culture, and Race
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This 5 page report discusses Hitler’s infamous “Mein Kampf,” written between 1924-27. In it, he outlined his policies for the future as he told how he had evolved. In it, it is clear that he always believed himself to be a man of great talent, whether as an artist or architect or the leader of his political party. For Hitler, the connection between the state and culture was clear and he used the issue of race to establish that his own vision of how culture and state are inter-related and how the wrong “type” of person can pervert what he determined to be the true and necessary relationship between state and cultural refinement and enlightenment. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Adolf Karl Eichmann
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A 5 page overview of the World War II activities of Adolf Eichmann, of his escape after the war, and of his capture and trial as a war criminal. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Alicia Appleman-Jurman: Alicia: My Story
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(5 pp) When the Holocaust began, Alicia Jurman was a young Jewish girl growing up in the southeastern Polish city of Buczacz. In that city, about a third of the population was Jewish. Even though there was anti-Semitism in Poland, as there was anti-Semitism nearly everywhere in Europe, Alicia with her parents and four brothers led relatively peaceful lives. This all changed with Germany's invasion of Poland.. the infamous blitzkrieg of September 1, 1939 - Alicia was only 9 years old at the time. Alicia tells her amazing and powerful tale of holocaust survival from the eyes of a young girl with the wisdom of an adult. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Although History Repeats Itself, It Never Repeats Itself Exactly
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7 pages in length. History has long had a tendency to repeat itself, particularly with regard to war. While this phenomenon never ceases to replicate the past, there are always enough subtle nuances of change that prevent history from repeating itself exactly as before. Two books that address this occurrence are My Lai : A Brief History With Documents by James Stuart Olson & Randy W. Roberts and Douglas V. Porpora's How Holocausts Happen : The United States in Central America, both delving deeply within the psychological basis upon which selective extermination exists and why it has been allowed to continue throughout the years. No additional sources cited.
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