Do you want to learn more about the turbulent dictatorship in Nazi Germany? Sign up for this one week institute being offered during the upcoming Summer Session B starting July 11.
Since the fall of Nazi Germany, historians have uncovered an enormous amount of information and have advanced many explanations for the rise of the Nazi dictatorship and for its hold over German society and development of radical racist and genocidal policies.
In this class we will survey what historians have learned focusing in particular on the relationship between state and society. At one time, images of Nazi Germany presented it as an all-powerful dictatorship that simply crushed society and forced conformity. Nazi Germany certainly was a dictatorship, but the class will investigate the very wide range of complex responses by Germans which ranged from active participation all the way to resistance.
For more information, please contact Professor Benjamin Lieberman at email@example.com.
Propaganda Poster for Hitler Youth, 1935
This class meets face-to-face from Monday, July 11 to Thursday, July 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and also has an online component.
HIST 7160 CRN 63562 Nazi Germany What We Know Now
Thank you to our guest blogger, Professor Benjamin Lieberman, Ph.D., for his contribution to the GCE Blog.