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@ I * ° ± ² > 9/21/11 WWII Nazism and Technology
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9/21/11
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9/21/11 How did one of the most technologically ad- vanced nations become one of the most barbar- ous? Nazi ideology devalued human life.
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9/21/11 WWII I. Hitler & Nazism: the general outline II. Four questions III. War and labor -- Golleschau -- Ruhrgebiet
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9/21/11 WWII Connections -- depression as background -- Enlightenment and technology (improving the world) -- technological warfare & the great powers -- managerial organization
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9/21/11 WWII I. Hitler & Nazism: the general outline A. Crisis -- Weimar Republic -- President Hindenberg -- Chancellor Adolf Hitler -- NSDAP
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9/21/11 WWII I. Hitler & Nazism: the general outline B. Seizing power -- January 1933 -- Enabling Act -- Mein Kampf (1923) -- anti-semitism -- fascism
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9/21/11 WWII II. Four questions 1) specifics of technology or technique -- experts (Zyklon B) -- labor camps -- concentration camps -- railroads -- international technologies and science -- heredity (disputed)
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9/21/11 WWII II. Four questions 2) actors -- Hitler’s importance -- the Nazi party -- social class -- how did individual people react?
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Unformatted text preview: -- social class-- how did individual people react? how were they persuaded? 9/21/11 WWII II. Four questions 3) Context-- crisis & political violence-- short history of democracy-- hope of order-- repression of labor-- general anti-Semitism 9/21/11 WWII II. Four questions 4) effect-- 6M killed in Holocaust-- 35-40M killed in war-- sulfa, penicillin, blood techniques saved many 9/21/11 WWII III. War and labor Vernichtung durch Arbeit (annihilation through work) A. A racial ideology-- Nürnberg Laws, 1935-- Kristallnacht, 1938 9/21/11 9/21/11 9/21/11 9/21/11 WWII III. War and labor B. Industry and annihilation-- the camps-- Auschwitz & Golleschau-- the Ruhrgebiet & Heinrich Kraut 9/21/11 WWII IV. Race, technology, and ideology A. The primacy of ideology-- railroads and war materiel B. The systematics of genocide-- Einsatzgruppen and psychology-- overcoming human limits-- Christopher Browning, Ordinary Men...
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