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GER 1125 - From the Holocaust to German Unification

Credits: 4
This course explores German culture and history from 1933 to the present. It begins with an examination of the Nazis’ rise to power and their political, economical, social, and racist programs. The course continues with WWII and the most brutal crime committed against humankind-the Holocaust. A closer look examines occupied Germany and the so-called “Zero Hour,” the divided Germany, the erection of the Berlin Wall, the student movement in 1968, the collapse of communism and the fall of the Berlin Wall that led to German unification and beyond.
This class is taught in English.
McDaniel Plan: International Western; Social, Cultural, and Historical Understanding.



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