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  • 2 Mar 2018

    A Journey Through the Life of Friedrich Kellner, diarist of My Opposition: A German Against the Third Reich

      My Opposition: The Diary of Friedrich Kellner – A German against the Third Reich    

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  • 1 Sep 2015
    Jeff Rutherford

    Inside the German-Soviet War

    In the introduction to Combat and Genocide on the Eastern Front, Jeff Rutherford examines the German war effort in the campaign against the Soviet Union.

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  • 7 Feb 2014
    General Paul von Hindenburg, Kaiser Wilhelm II, and General Erich.
    John C. G. Röhl

    The Kaiser and the First World War

    John C. G. Röhl, the author of a three volume biography of Wilhelm II (most recently: Wilhelm II: Into the Abyss of War and Exile, 1900–1941), explores the role of the impulsive Kaiser Wilhelm II in the beginning of the First World War.

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  • 30 Mar 2010

    Calling Columbia’s Bluff

    Calling Columbia’s bluff: Cambridge author Stephen Norwood responds to President Lee Bollinger’s article representing the university as a champion of free speech and press. Not so fast. Exhibits A & B – from Norwood’s recent book, The Third Reich in the Ivory Tower – Columbia ruined the academic careers of Robert Burke and Jerome Klein […]

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