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Anti Semitism And Schooling Under The Third Reich

Author: Gregory Wegner
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135723109
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This book investigates the anti-Semitic foundations of Nazi curricula for elementary schools, with a focus on the subjects of biology, history, and literature. Gregory Paul Wegner argues that any study of Nazi society and its values must probe the education provided by the regime. Schools, according to Wegner, play a major role in advancing ideological justifications for mass murder, and in legitimizing a culture of ethnic and racial hatred. Using a variety of primary sources, Wegner provides a vivid account of the development of Nazi education.

Education In Nazi Germany

Author: Lisa Pine
Publisher: Berg
ISBN: 1845202651
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This book offers a compelling new analysis of Nazi educational policy, arguing that in order to understand National Socialism, we need to understand its policies on youth.

School For Barbarians

Author: Erika Mann
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486781003
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Published in 1938, this well-documented indictment reveals the systematic brainwashing of Germany's youth, involving the alienation of children from parents, promotion of racial superiority, and development of a Hitler-based cult of personality.

Education In The Third Reich

Author: Gilmer W. Blackburn
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0791496805
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In its determination to take absolute control, the Third Reich focused on the nation’s youth, reserving for the schools the vital task of refashioning the German psyche. This book examines these propaganda efforts—one of the most radical and far-reaching experiments in educational history. The book focuses on the manipulation of the German past, one of the primary means of state intervention to ensure the triumph of the racial idea in history. It shows how textbooks written by National Socialists equalled or exceeded the most imaginative fiction, with an itinerary that extended from Valhalla and the Germania of Tacitus to the Prussia of Frederick the Great, before mounting to the pinnacle represented by the Third Reich. The primary source materials for this study consist of a broad, representative collection of history textbooks, primers, and books of readings containing historical instruction.

Anti Semitism In The Third Reich

Author: Herman Graml
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
ISBN: 9780631185062
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This book is a history of the course of antisemitism in the Third Reich of Germany. It is also an investigation of the origins of antisemitism in German thought and society from the late 18th century to its maturity in the pathological hatred embodied in Nazi ideology and policy. The book opens with a graphic account of the Reichskristallnacht. On 9 November 1938 in a series of carefully worded orders the National Socialist party instructed the Sturmabteilung (the SA) to destroy Jewish businesses and to burn synagogues. The police and fire brigades were instructed not to intervene. The press were invited to attend. Throughout that night all over Germany Jewish property was burnt and the Jews baited, bullied and beaten, some drowned in rivers and canals, others incarcerated for transport to concentration camps. The Reichskristallnacht, Dr. Graml argues, marked the turning point between persecution and the Holocaust. Using evidence drawn from a wide range of confidential documents, diaries and secret reports he examines the long series of events that led up to it and the inexorable progress thereafter to the Holocaust. He also faces the vexed question as to how far the systematic attempt to exterminate the Jewish peoples of Europe was an expression of Nazi policy and how far the ill of the people. This powerful book will be of compelling interest to all students of the history of the twentieth century. It is fully referenced and indexed, and appended with a selection of contemporary documents, a guide to primary and secondary sources, and a chronology.

Zionism And Anti Semitism In Nazi Germany

Author: Francis R. Nicosia
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 052188392X
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It concludes that the approaches of German anti-Semitism and National Socialism to Zionism and the Zionist movement in Germany reflect a relatively consistent ideology that was applied in an inconsistent and often contradictory manner, one that in the end undermined the efforts of German Zionism to achieve fundamental Zionist goals."--BOOK JACKET.

A Concise History Of American Antisemitism

Author: Robert Michael
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742543133
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A Concise History of American Antisemitism shows how Christianity's negative views of Jews pervaded American history from colonial times to the present. The book describes the European background to American anti-Semitism, then divides American history into time periods, and examines the anti-Semitic ideas, personalities, and literature in each period. It also demonstrates that anti-Semitism led to certain behaviors in some United States officials that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust. Clear and forceful, A Concise History of American Antisemitism is an important work for undergraduate course use and for the general public interested in the roots of the current rash of anti-Semitism.

Constantine S Sword

Author: James Carroll
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618219087
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Examines the two-thousand-year relationship between Christianity and Judaism, examining the long entrenched tradition of anti-Semitism that culminated in the Church's failure to protest the Holocaust during World War II.

Hitler S National Community

Author: Lisa Pine
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
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Provides a new and updated examination of German society under the Nazis, synthesizing a generation of scholarship to offer new insight into the key debates surrounding the subject. Beginning with a focus on Nazi attempts to forge a new national identity and awareness, the book goes on to consider the role and fate of all those excluded form this new national community. Author Lisa Pine interweaves her analysis of society with a look at the Nazis' post-war social legacy, supplying a fresh overview of a much-studied area.