This Disney cartoon adapts some of the key Nazi material to produce an outline of life for people living in Nazi Germany
An HA Podcasted History of Modern German History: 1918-1948 featuring: Sir Ian Kershaw, Professor Jill Stephenson of the University of Edinburgh, Dr Christina von Hodenberg of Queen Mary, University of London and Professor Benjamin Ziemann of the University of Sheffield.
What were the strengths and weaknesses of the Weimar
How stable was the Weimar Republic between
How was the Nazi Party formed?
What was Nazi ideology?
The Rise of the Nazi Party
What was Hitler’s role?
Nazi creation of a Volksgemeinschaft (Part 1)
Nazi creation of a Volksgemeinschaft (Part 2)
From persecution to extermination
How popular was the Nazi regime? (Part 1)
How popular was the Nazi regime? (Part 2)
These podcasts are good extension material and cover the birth of Weimar, its failings and the rise of Hitler:
Session 1: Part 1 and Part 2. The lecture provides an overview of Germany’s complex history between military defeat and hyperinflation. It shows how after November 1918, three different visions of transformation competed with each other: democratic reformism, revolutionary socialism and radical nationalism. In the summer and autumn of 1923, when inflation spiraled out of any control, France and Belgium invaded the industrial West, and right-wing as well Communist groups attempted to seize power, Weimar
Germany was on the verge of breakdown.
Session 2: Part 1 and Part 2. This lecture covers the years of recovery in Germany after 1923, particularly under Gustav Stresemann.
Session 3: Part 1 and Part 2. This lecture covers the rise of the Nazis and their transition into power.
Two shocking reports on the way in which experiments for the effectiveness of penicillin were carried out in Guatemala, Tuskegee and also HERE
Patients were involved in experiments without consent. The work done here did much to move penicillin on but cost hundreds of lives. In the case of Guatemale, orphans and prostitutes were deliberately given diseases, and in the case of Tuskagee, Black patients were given placebo drugs to test the effectiveness of penicillin.