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Tag Archives: Nazi Germany
‘Our Friend Rommel’: How Hollywood invented the ‘Good German’
by Professor Patrick Major Twenty years ago the Polish-American installation artist Piotr Uklański mounted an exhibition simply called ‘The Nazis’ (you can see many of the photographs from the exhibition here). It showed 164 images of Wehrmacht officers in uniform, … Continue reading
Visiting Berlin: Our Part 2 Study Trip
Part 2 @UoRHistStudents @AwkwardPhoenix & @georgiarebecca_ on thier study trip to Berlin Continue reading
My Heritage/Museum Placement with the Humbolt University in Berlin: Sachsenhausen, the Holocaust Memorial Museum, and The Typography of Terror
by Lisa Berry-Waite On my third day in Berlin I decided to visit Sachsenhausen, a concentration camp which is a short train journey from Berlin. As I’m not the best at using public transport in foreign countries, I decided to … Continue reading
Spaces and Places of Childhood and Youth
By Dr Jeremy Burchardt This was the final event of the Department’s 2014-15 Annual Research Theme, on the history of childhood and youth. Children’s history is very much an academic growth area, and the aim of the symposium was to … Continue reading
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