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  • Heinrich Himmler - 547 words
    Heinrich Himmler Heinrich Himmler was a German Nazi police official and leader of the black-shirted Schutzstaffel (SS) troops. He was also the leader of the Gestapo, otherwise known as the German secret police. The work that he performed for Hitler has made Heinrich Himmler one of the most notorious war criminals of World War II. Heinrich Himmler was born on October 7, 1900 in Munich. He was the son of a Catholic secondary school master. Himmler attended the Technical College in Munich, and also served in World War I as a clerk in the Eleventh Bavarian Infantry. He received a diploma in agriculture after the war and began to join militant rightist organizations. Himmler joined Hitler in 1919 ...
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  • Hitler Youth - 1,897 words
    ... if motors and automobiles were of interest, there was the Motor-HJ (the motor or mechanical Youth). The Marine-HJ (navy) and the Waffen-SS (weapons and protection squad) were branches for the more military-oriented youth. Signal, medical, and musical units were also options for the youth. (xviii) HJ calvary unit. Koch p. 164. HJ in river-crossing exercise. Koch p. 164 HJ building model gliders. Koch p. 164 If they did not join one of these detachments, but showed promise in leadership abilities, they could be chosen to join the SS instead of the army. The SS gave them opportunity to use violence and weapons, which they found extremely useful when dealing with Jews or other subhumans. Boy ...
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  • Hitlers Willing Executioners - 1,698 words
    ... s, and were cognizant and comfortable with the actions of the battalion. Following a particularly successful operation of hunting down and murdering Jews, the Battalion would put up score sheets of their prowess. To be taken on a mission to kill Jews was often considered to be a reward. Many genocidal missions were to be staffed voluntarily by the members of the Battalion. These missions never suffered from lack of volunteers. The members of the battalion simply enjoyed these operations, and they did it for the future of Germany. Chapter 9:Police Battalions: Lives, Killings, and Motives This is the authors attempt to understand the actions of battalion members when they were not engaged ...
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  • Jews In Argentina - 1,192 words
    ... on the Russian front and with killing Jews while commanding an extermination group. In 1992, a reporter from the local Clarin newspaper photographed the Dutchman at his home in suburban Buenos Aires. Anti-Semitic Activities Neo-Nazi individuals and groups continued to operate openly in Argentina, supported by a wide circle of sympathizers. The well-known neo-Nazi Alejandro Biondini, who has been active since the 1980s, leads one of the two main nationalistic right-wing parties, Partido Nuevo Triunfo (New Triumph Party -- PNT). He served a jail term in 1996, under Anti-Discrimination Law No. 25.592, for displaying a swastika on the cover of his publication Libertad de Opinin. In 1998 Bion ...
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  • Nazi Art As Propaganda - 1,167 words
    Nazi Art As Propaganda Nazi Germany regulated and controlled the art produced between 1933 and 1945 to ensure they embodied the values they wished to indoctrinate into the German people. The notion of volk (people) and blut und boden (soil and blood) was championed in paintings to glorify an idealized rural Germany and instill a sense of superiority in the Nordic physicality. Highly veristic and asthetisized works romanticized everyday subjects and reiterated redundant stereotyped Nazi ideals of the human body and its purposes in the Reich. Paintings of Adolf Hitler valorized and his image to heroic status, even to the extent of deification, elevating him to a god-like status. By promoting H ...
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  • Nazi Art As Propaganda - 1,175 words
    ... d by the swastika) bring light and order to chaos. This is a simplistic glorified portrayal of Hitler, constructed to initiate a sense of awe within those that saw it, and encouraged a link between Hitler and religion. Another painting that uses a similar tactic is Hermann Otto Hoyers In the Beginning Was the Word in which Hitler is again linked to God through his words of power. These paintings act to legitimize the power of the National socialists by equating Hitler with the righteousness of God, and construct a pseudo-religion to be followed without question. Hitler as a superior being is also illustrated in Lanzingers The Flag Bearer. The painting portrays Hitler (the leader and repr ...
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  • The Irony Of Liberation - 623 words
    The Irony Of Liberation Though this paper had a few punctuation problems, I made a B+ on it and this is a sophmore level class. The Irony of Liberation When the liberators came, they came with hope of eliminating the torture and inhumanity the Nazi Germans were imposing on the Jews. Men and women came with the hope of releasing victims from the evil claw that had grasped Jews for so long. Some liberators came with the idea that the Jews would be given a new life, a life of freedom. However, freedom was far from what Jews were given after liberation. To the many Jews, who stood on the other side of the barbed wire fence, liberation was not a time to celebrate. Yet, it was a time to try to pic ...
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  • The Use Of Propaganda In The Nazi Regime - 1,498 words
    The use of propaganda in the Nazi Regime subject = history:Holocaust title = The use of propaganda in the Nazi Regime and in their Totalitarian Control papers = The Role of Propaganda in the Nazi Takeover and in Their Totalitarian Control When one thinks of the term "propaganda", what comes to mind? Would it bring a positive response? Would it bring a negative response? When one thinks of "propaganda" in association with the Holocaust, what comes to mind? A positive response or a negative response? Most likely a negative response. Why is "propaganda" any different from what any political party or regime does, namely to disseminate its views? Is "propaganda" simply the name we give to views w ...
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  • The World Anticommunist League: Inside The League - 1,007 words
    The World Anti-Communist League: "Inside The League" by Scott Anderson, and Jon Lee Anderson Reviewed by Chip Berlet "Inside The League: The Shocking Expose Of How Terrorists, Nazis, And Latin American Death Squads Have Infiltrated The World Anti-Communist League." Scott Anderson and Jon Lee Anderson. Dodd Mead, New York, 1986. 352 pages. $19.95 hardcover. ISBN 0- 396-08517-2. Publication date May 28, 1986. For over ten years progressive researchers in this country and in Europe have been uncovering evidence linking certain American conservatives and rightists to racist and fascist movements around the globe through a shadowy organization called the World Anti-Communist League. Now the book ...
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