HIST 3242 Nazi Germany
3 hours; 3 credits
History of Nazi Germany (1933-1945). Ideological origins of National Socialism. Hitler's ascent to and consolidation of power. Significance of the exile experience. Social consensus in Germany behind National Socialism. World War II and origins of the Holocaust. The Nazi "new order" in Europe and collaboration. Resistance to National Socialism. Postwar trials and the public memory of Nazi Germany after 1945.
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