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ABC Clio World History: Germany's Reconstruction, Lucius D. Clay

Britannica: WW II

Hitler’s rise to power-how he went from prisoner to chancellor

Gale, Biography in Context: Hitler

Britannica: Holocaust European History

Issues: Understanding Conflicts and Society: Hitler's rise 

Consequences of Nazi cruelty-Nuremberg Trials

Britannica: Hitler, Nazi Party

Biography in Context: Hitler

Issues: Understanding Conflicts and Society: Nuremberg Trials

History of Anti-Semitism-where/why did it originate

Britannica: Anti-semitism

Issues: Understanding Conflicts and Society: Hitler 

Nazi recruitment/training- propaganda, methods of brainwashing/desensitization

Britannica: Nazi Progagmda

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"Allied Occupation of Germany, 1945-52." Allied Occupation of Germany, 1945-52.

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"World War II." Gale Encyclopedia of American Law. Ed. Donna Batten. 3rd ed.
 
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Ellie Wiesel

Dubrulle, Elizabeth. "Elie Wiesel." World History: The Modern Era, ABC-CLIO, 2021, worldhistory.abc-clio.com/Search/Display/316200. Accessed 11 Mar. 2021.

Understanding Controversy and Society: Elie Wiesel Biography

ABC Clio World History: Life history

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