Weimar and Nazi Germany
Weimar and Nazi Germany. The impact of World War I on German morale, the emergence of an exciting avant garde culture in Berlin, the establishment of a multiparty parliamentary government, women's emancipation, and economic crisis in the hyperinflation of 1922 and the Great Depression. Against this progressive background, Hitler's mobilization of masses of followers, seizure of power, and establishment of the first racial society. The killing fields and concentration camps on the Eastern Front. One course.
Human Rights and Social Movements
Europe and Russia