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Bytwerk, Randall L. – Central States Speech Journal, 1978
The rhetoric of the final four months of Hitler's Reich is examined, including arguments that Germany could still win the war based on moral and logical grounds, and later appeals based on source credibility, historical analogy, and terror. (JF)
Descriptors: Credibility, Nationalism, Politics, Propaganda
Trojan, Judith – Media and Methods, 1978
Discusses the impact of eight films about the presence of contemporary Nazism. Among those reviewed are "California Reich,""Marquette Park," and "Hitler: A Profile in Power." (KS)
Descriptors: Anti Semitism, Cultural Images, Filmographies, Films
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Mansfield, Katherine C. – Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 2007
During a class discussion, a professor placed a quote on the overhead by Lewis Terman, former Stanford professor, APA president, and vicar of IQ testing and gifted education in America. The passage stressed that Mexicans and Blacks are born morons, not capable of learning, and should be segregated from Anglos in special classes. In addition, in…
Descriptors: African Americans, Discussion, Gifted, Critical Thinking
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Whitten, Norman E. – Journal of Personality Assessment, 1976
American college graduates of the post Kent State era are compared with those of the post Hitler era as to authoritarian type personality. A short rating scale, which is included in the article, administered to graduates in 1950 was again administered to graduates of the same college in 1973. The 1973 group was less authoritarian than the 1950…
Descriptors: Authoritarianism, College Graduates, Comparative Analysis, Personality Change
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Lordon, John – History and Social Science Teacher, 1981
Describes structured discovery approach to inquiry teaching which encourages the teacher to select instructional objectives, content, and questions to be answered. The focus is on individual and group activities. A brief outline using this approach to analyze Adolf Hitler is presented. (KC)
Descriptors: Group Discussion, Inquiry, Secondary Education, Social Studies
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Barth, James L. – International Journal of Social Education, 1995
Explains and presents the results of a survey that asked teachers to rank in importance, and provide time spent on, broad topics (rise of fascism) and related subtopics (Hitler's approach to power). Two-hundred four K-12 teachers responded and provided personal information such as gender and class period length. (MJP)
Descriptors: Class Activities, Classroom Techniques, Comparative Education, Curriculum Enrichment
Bettmann, Otto – American Educator, 2000
Presents a collection of quotes by famous people about reading for enjoyment and personal development. The collection was assembled from a lifetime of fond association with books and reading by the rare-book librarian at the State Library in Berlin, who after Hitler's rise, relocated to the United States and founded the Bettmann Archive in New…
Descriptors: Literature Appreciation, Reading, Reading Attitudes
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Fleming, Dan – Social Science Record, 1987
Analyzes the treatment of genocide in secondary world history textbooks. Acknowledges that textbook space is limited, but argues that all should contain some reference to the subject. Concludes that the Armenian genocide, as well as the genocidal acts of Hitler, Stalin, and Mao Tse-tung should be presented in all survey texts. (GEA)
Descriptors: Civil Liberties, Genocide, Secondary Education, Textbook Content
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Sargent, James E. – History Microcomputer Review, 1985
Provides full narrative reviews of B-1 Nuclear Bomber (Avalon, 1982); American History Adventure (Social Science Microcomputer Review Software, 1985); Government Simulations (Prentice-Hall, 1985); and The Great War, FDR and the New Deal, and Hitler's War, all from New Worlds Software, 1985. Lists additional information on five other history and…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Simulation, Higher Education
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Wegner, Gregory – Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 1995
Examines educational policy formation in the Education and Religion branch of postwar Berlin's Office of Military Government relating to the "gymnasium," a potent symbol of elite German schooling tradition. As shown by West Berlin's conservative 1950s schooling policies, German education traditions were so powerful that neither Hitler's…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Educational History, Educational Policy, Elementary Secondary Education
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Heilbut, Anthony – Change, 1984
A flow of scientists, artists, filmmakers, poets, historians, novelists, and philosophers driven into exile by Hitler were destined to change the tone of American culture. Some of the most productive work was done in academic settings specifically set up for refugee scholars. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Educational Environment, Educational History, Higher Education
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Halsted, Ann L., Comp. – Social Education, 1983
Two annotated bibliographies of books are compiled, one devoted to Roosevelt and the New Deal, the other concerned with Hitler, the Weimar Republic, and the rise of Nazism. Annotations indicate scope of the work and occasionally point out bias or point of view. (CS)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Books, European History, Nazism
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Schisgall, Jane – Social Education, 1983
Under Hitler, art and drama were controlled in order to serve propaganda purposes exclusively, while under the New Deal the United States succeeded in giving work to artists and writers without controlling their output. Suggests class activities to help students gain understanding of this era. (CS)
Descriptors: Art, Artists, Comparative Analysis, Drama
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Johns, Robert W. – Social Education, 1983
Focusing upon Franklin D. Roosevelt and Adolf Hitler, these lessons for high school students in U.S. or world history courses deal with what charismatic leadership is, what circumstances and personality factors generate charismatic movements, and the role, results, and dangers of charismatic leadership. (RM)
Descriptors: High Schools, Leadership, Leadership Qualities, Learning Activities
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Social Education, 1983
William L. Shirer, author of Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, discusses a wide variety of subjects, including the personalities of Roosevelt and Hitler, why the Germans succumbed to Nazism, McCarthyism in the United States, and the heroic resistance of the Russians to German invasion. (CS)
Descriptors: European History, Interviews, Leadership, Nazism
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