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Course Description

One of the more intriguing and debated topics of modern European history concerns the relationship and response to the rise of the National Socialism in Germany (1933-1945) upon major Christian bodies within the nation, both Protestant and Catholic, as well as largely ill-fated efforts abroad, Jewish and Gentile, to rescue more of its victims. This course introduces you to a survey of various responses to the Nazi state, both pro and con, from German traditionalists who tended to minimize or excuse its increasingly brutal aims to fewer voices, both at home and abroad, who objected to the “Nazification” of the country and its unprecedented genocide.
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