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American Eugenics and the Holocaust

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“American Eugenics Programs, Hitler, Nazi Breeding Programs and Genocide”

Fascism in America 6: Authoritarianism

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“Authoritarianism: Respect for Authority — the President, Teachers, Police”

Fascism in America 1: Introduction

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“What is Fascism and What Does American Fascism Look Like?”

The Assault: Part 10: Time Eternal

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Time Eternal in The Assault: Events Put in a Larger, Timeless Perspective”

The Assault: Part 6: The Changing Past

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“The Changing Past: The Assault Is the History of an Incident”

 

Writing Prompt 1984: Paquette and the Nazis

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“Paquette and the Nazis: or: Books and Babies, the Stuff of Nightmares”

The Netherlands in WWII : It’s Still Not Over

This is the thirteenth and last (for now) post in a series about American high school students’ impressions on a presentation about the Netherlands in World War Two. Click here for the introduction to said presentation.

Photo: historietilburg.nl

Any member of the resistance who was captured, was interrogated/tortured first to get names of more resistance members, and then shot. Sometimes in the dunes on the coast, sometimes in the street, as a deterrent.

Photo: Joh. van Bueren

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