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Jazz In Germany - Years of National Socialism, The 30s and The Missing 40s
... The Nazi regime pursued and banned the broadcasting of jazz on German radio, partly because of its African roots and because many of the active jazz musicians were of ... For the Nazis, jazz was an especially threatening form of expression ... This burgeoning hatred of jazz and its subculture infected the entire Nazi party structure that Hitler and his associates were trying so desperately to erect ...
List Of War Crimes - 1939–1945 World War II - Axis Powers (listed By Country) - German Perpetrated Crimes
... being overrun by the Allies The widespread use of slave labor and forced/unfree labor by the Nazi regime, including the use of concentration camp and ... The Nazi T-4 Euthanasia Program, an aborted eugenics program meant to kill German children who were mentally or physically handicapped ... The Nazi crimes against Soviet POWs, resulted in some 3.3 million to 3.5 million deaths, about 60% of all Soviet POWs ...
Martin Broszat - Work - Alltagsgeschichte and The Bavaria Project
... by Broszat were entitled, he depicted actions such as refusal to give the Nazi salute or regularly attending church as a type of resistance ... people who often refused to behave as the Nazi regime wanted in one area often conformed in others as an example the Bavarian peasants who did business with ... the Roman Catholic Church and the bureaucracy to enjoy "immunity" from the Nazi claims to total power and to function according to their traditional values, without seeking to challenge the ...
Konrad Von Preysing - Views - Nazi Regime
... A stern opponent of the Nazi regime, he said "We have fallen into the hands of criminals and fools" when the party came to power ...
David Schoenbaum
... challenged the then prevailing notion that the National Socialist regime was a backwards looking, reactionary anti-modernizing dictatorship, and instead argued that, in effect ... Schoenbaum argued that the Nazi revolution was a "double revolution...of means and ends" ... In order to accomplish its foreign policy goals, namely war, the Nazi regime was forced to encourage modernization and industrialization, despite the anti-modernist nature of Nazi ideology ...

Famous quotes containing the words regime and/or nazi:

    Bourgeois existence is the regime of private affairs ... and the family is the rotten, dismal edifice in whose closets and crannies the most ignominious instincts are deposited. Mundane life proclaims the total subjugation of eroticism to privacy.
    Walter Benjamin (1892–1940)

    We’ll build a democracy here, even if it’s with Nazi bricks.
    Samuel Fuller, U.S. screenwriter. Samuel Fuller. Captain Harvey, Verboten! American Military Government officer explaining the practicalities of de-Nazification (1959)