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  • 1933 May Be Closer than We Think

    by Frank Domurad

    Increasing cultural, social and political continuities between Weimar and America should give us serious concern in assessing the fate of these two democracies as part of an analogous historical phenomenon.


  • Why FDR Wouldn't Condemn Hitler

    by Rafael Medoff

    A few words from the White House directly taking issue with Hitler’s aggressive actions and persecution of the Jews could have helped alert the public to the Nazi danger. 


  • Hitler's Own Maginot Line

    by Robert Scott Kellner

    What the diary of a German against the Third Reich can teach us about the Atlantic Wall.