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Assignments for Extra Credit (Maximum 5 points, to be added to your final grade). Choose one of the following: For “Conspiracy” : Write an essay of between 500-750 words describing and explaining what happened at the Wannsee Conference in 1942. Why was it convened? What were the main objectives of the `protocol ? Who were the main individuals who favored the implementation of the `protocol, ’ and why? Was there opposition to the proposed `protocol’? Why? You must use specific examples from the film itself to answer these questions. A copy of the documentary will be placed on 2-hour reserve in the undergraduate library, under `Farr Hist 104. The video is also available in eleven parts on YouTube, at Or For Night and Fog : Write an essay of between 500 and 750 words addressing the following: discuss the
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Unformatted text preview: various methods of torture, punishment and killing utilized in the camp featured in “Night and Fog. ” Why did the perpetrators of such actions perform them? What do you think was the intended message of the director, Alain Renais? What impact did the film have upon you? What was your inner/emotional response to the graphic scenes portrayed in the film? What elements of the film elicited this response? The film can be viewed on line at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4784910586890911682# ; or you can search `Google Videos ’ under `Night and Fog ’ and access it there. A VHS video will be placed on 2-hour reserve in the undergraduate library, under `Farr Hist 104. ’ Papers due no later than 1:30 p.m. Thursday, December 9 (the last day of class). They must be typed and double-spaced, and must be submitted in printed, hard-copy format. No e-mail attachments....
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