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The Twisted Road to Auschwitz - A Book Review
What most miss is how the Holocaust was possible. What led to such atrocities? How could it even be imagined? Karl Schleunes goes into the path that brought Hitler and the Holocaust to the world in his book, The Twisted Road to Auschwitz: Nazi Policy Toward German Jews 1933-1939.
The Turkey as America’s National Bird?
Historical rumor has it that the turkey almost was our national bird. The truth is generally not quite what we learn throughout our years.
The Truth at the OK Corral
The famous fight at the OK Corral has gone down into history as the ultimate fight of good and evil. But what is reality and what is myth?
The Trojan War - Myth or Reality?
Legends fascinate us, yet we all often dismiss their historical importance. The Trojan war has survived centuries to thrill those that read of the exploits of heroes that are larger than life. But did it really happen? Did the Trojan War occur?
The Triangular Trade Key To British Success
he triangular trade was named based on the triangular shape the ships took in their journeys to Africa, America, and back to Britain. Supplies were taken from Britain to Africa where slaves were purchased and then taken to the American colonies where the slaves were deposited to work the land.
The Survival of Rome Through the Middle Ages
The Middle Ages was a time of transition from the idolized Roman Empire to the Renaissance that took society and culture major steps forward. Though not empty of civilization, it was a time that held onto Roman concepts and nurtured them for their time in the Renaissance.
The Success of the Jews in Forming a New Israel
Creating the Independent Republic of Israel did not happen out of luck or mercy to a people who needed a home. The state of Israel was the result of smooth politics, determination, and leaders who knew how to work the system.
The Success of the English Colonies
The English colonies succeeded because they found what would bring them success in each of the colonial areas. The Chesapeake colonists found that tobacco would give them the edge. Through this product, they were able to supply Europe with their smoking supplies.
The Success of the Chesapeake Tobacco Colonies
The success of the British trade is easily attributed to the success of the Chesapeake colonies and the tobacco they furnished.
The Structure of Auschwitz Society of Death
Life within Auschwitz was extremely regulated. All, that were not ill, left for work in military marching style and returned twelve hours later in the same manner. Specific details were constructed based on the prisoners’ abilities.
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