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Week 14 Discussion 1 - (punishment) as well as the...

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regimented together to have some sense of belonging.  There was  a sense of community and war of unification.  Military and primary  group norms also reinforced group solidarity.     Another theory that Fritz mentions is that of the propaganda and  ideology conveyed by the Nazis brought about the cohesion of the  soldiers.  There was the dehumanization of their enemies coupled  with the license of brutality toward their enemies through the High  Command’s continual encouragement of race hatred.  The mission  of the Nazi ideology was to distort the soldiers’ reality on the  frontline and provided them with a shared political motivation.  The  soldiers also faced the harsh negative effects of discipline 
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Unformatted text preview: (punishment) as well as the Volksgemeinschaft (positive effects of the National Sots ideology). In this instance, the negative effects were racism and brutal punishment. Re: question Elizabeth Stonerock Apr 13, 2011 12:32 PM Thank you for the update. This was definitely my oversight. I will read both articles this evening and post for this one. Elizabeth <<< Replied to message below >>> Authored by: Matthew Haug Authored on: Apr 13, 2011 1:24 AM Subject: Re: question If you read the student discussion leader posting at the beginning of the semester it makes that notation. It is in the content section if you are wondering. <<< Replied to message below >>>...
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