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Questioning American Exceptionalism: A Class Discussion on the Nazis' Propaganda Regarding US-Indian Policy

On Monday, 17th November, I presented aspects of my work to a class at Arizona State University in Tempe (Phoenix). Professor Donald Fixico kindly invited me to address his course “American Indian History since 1900″ (HST 338). 794 more words

The Banality of Evil

My latest posts happen to be about WWII, or specifically right after the war.  I had not planned it, but sadly it worked out that way. 1,275 more words


this day in the yesteryear: Nuremberg Trials Begin (1945)

Nuremberg Trials Begin (1945)

The Nuremberg Trials, which took place in Germany between 1945 and 1949, were a series of trials prosecuting Nazi officials for their participation in… 57 more words

Hakoah Wien and Muscular Judaism

Is there a Jewish style of football?

Once upon a time this question would have been answered definitively. Yes. In the early 1900s, Hakoah Vienna or Hakoah Wien were a dominant force in Austrian football who were staunchly proud of their Jewish roots. 1,402 more words


What would you do?

Are people really as good as they think they are?

What would you do? This is the title of the popular TV show with hidden cameras that tries to test the morality of Americans and people in general. 424 more words

Scorched earth update: Bugøynes - the village that escaped the Nazi flames

The number of towns that escaped the flames of the scorched earth retreat by the Nazis from Norway in 1994 can be counted on the fingers of – probably – one hand. 547 more words


Thomas Goodrich’s Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944–1947

Review by J. A. Sexton

What is hell?

I’ve often pondered what the concept “hell” entailed; what it means to be living in the absence of “God,” the supreme creative force behind all life. 3,573 more words