Nazi 2.4 Intro .Key

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Introduces the 4t presentation, "Sieg im Osten?" about Hitler's war against the USSR, 1941-42.

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  • Nazi 2.4 Intro .Key

    1. 1. The 12-Year Reich 1933-1945 Session 4 Hitler Victorious, Sieg im Osten?, 1941-1942
    2. 2. Sessions remaining: Hitler Brought Down; Closing the Ring, 1943-44 Hitler Brought Down; Nemesis, 1944-45
    3. 3. For Further Study Antony Beevor. Stalingrad, NYC : Penguin, 1998 Saul Friedländer. The Years of Extermination; Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945. NYC: Harper Collins, 2007. (through Part III, Chap. 7, to p. 402) John Keegan. The Second World War. Part II, pp. 127-239. Kershaw, vol II, Chaps. 8 - 11, pp.339-557.
    4. 4. Key points from Session 3 the conquest of Poland moved Hitler into new territory, Kershaw’s “Licensing Barbarism” from which there was no turning back Polish gentile leadership, Polish Jews, and German “life unworthy of living” were objects of criminal mass murder tensions developed between the army and the “security forces,” Einsatzgruppen, SD, SS, Ordnungspolizei the invasion of Denmark and Norway was the first successful example of combined operations the western offensive, Fall Gelb, devastated the allies and brought Hitler to the zenith of his prestige at home the Battle of Britain was “a damn close run thing” (Wellington about Waterloo)
    5. 5. The Eagle Special Edition Condor Legion at the Front! German Volunteers fight for Spain
    6. 6. Recruit practicing the Prussian Goosestep
    7. 7. Berghof
    8. 8. Sudetenland
    9. 9. Air Victory over Poland
    10. 10. The 12-Year Reich 1933-1945 Session 4 Hitler Victorious, Sieg im Osten?, 1941-1942
    11. 11. Sessions remaining: Hitler Brought Down; Closing the Ring, 1943-44 Hitler Brought Down; Nemesis, 1944-45
    12. 12. For Further Study Antony Beevor. Stalingrad, NYC : Penguin, 1998 Saul Friedländer. The Years of Extermination; Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945. NYC: Harper Collins, 2007. (through Part III, Chap. 7, to p. 402) John Keegan. The Second World War. Part II, pp. 127-239. Kershaw, vol II, Chaps. 8 - 11, pp.339-557.
    13. 13. Key points from Session 3 the conquest of Poland moved Hitler into new territory, Kershaw’s “Licensing Barbarism” from which there was no turning back Polish gentile leadership, Polish Jews, and German “life unworthy of living” were objects of criminal mass murder tensions developed between the army and the “security forces,” Einsatzgruppen, SD, SS, Ordnungspolizei the invasion of Denmark and Norway was the first successful example of combined operations the western offensive, Fall Gelb, devastated the allies and brought Hitler to the zenith of his prestige at home the Battle of Britain was “a damn close run thing” (Wellington about Waterloo)
    14. 14. Dunkirk
    15. 15. soldiers’ souvenir book of Hitler’s Paris visit
    16. 16. Engaged in the Final Struggle! GERMAN AIRPOWER against ENGLAND’S SEAPOWER
    17. 17. Coventry Cathedral
    18. 18. The 12-Year Reich 1933-1945 Session 4 Hitler Victorious, Sieg im Osten?, 1941-1942
    19. 19. Sessions remaining: Hitler Brought Down; Closing the Ring, 1943-44 Hitler Brought Down; Nemesis, 1944-45
    20. 20. For Further Study Antony Beevor. Stalingrad, NYC : Penguin, 1998 Saul Friedländer. The Years of Extermination; Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945. NYC: Harper Collins, 2007. (through Part III, Chap. 7, to p. 402) John Keegan. The Second World War. Part II, pp. 127-239. Kershaw, vol II, Chaps. 8 - 11, pp.339-557.
    21. 21. Key points from Session 3 the conquest of Poland moved Hitler into new territory, Kershaw’s “Licensing Barbarism” from which there was no turning back Polish gentile leadership, Polish Jews, and German “life unworthy of living” were objects of criminal mass murder tensions developed between the army and the “security forces,” Einsatzgruppen, SD, SS, Ordnungspolizei the invasion of Denmark and Norway was the first successful example of combined operations the western offensive, Fall Gelb, devastated the allies and brought Hitler to the zenith of his prestige at home the Battle of Britain was “a damn close run thing” (Wellington about Waterloo)
    22. 22. Josip Broz Tito
    23. 23. The 12-Year Reich 1933-1945 Session 4 Hitler Victorious, Sieg im Osten?, 1941-1942
    24. 24. Sessions remaining: Hitler Brought Down; Closing the Ring, 1943-44 Hitler Brought Down; Nemesis, 1944-45
    25. 25. For Further Study Antony Beevor. Stalingrad, NYC : Penguin, 1998 Saul Friedländer. The Years of Extermination; Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945. NYC: Harper Collins, 2007. (through Part III, Chap. 7, to p. 402) John Keegan. The Second World War. Part II, pp. 127-239. Kershaw, vol II, Chaps. 8 - 11, pp.339-557.
    26. 26. Key points from Session 3 the conquest of Poland moved Hitler into new territory, Kershaw’s “Licensing Barbarism” from which there was no turning back Polish gentile leadership, Polish Jews, and German “life unworthy of living” were objects of criminal mass murder tensions developed between the army and the “security forces,” Einsatzgruppen, SD, SS, Ordnungspolizei the invasion of Denmark and Norway was the first successful example of combined operations the western offensive, Fall Gelb, devastated the allies and brought Hitler to the zenith of his prestige at home the Battle of Britain was “a damn close run thing” (Wellington about Waterloo)
    27. 27. To the victors of Crete
    28. 28. dead German paratrooper
    29. 29. Eiserne Kreuzen being awarded for Kesselschlact Bialystok
    30. 30. Soviet troops
    31. 31. SOVIET CITIZENS AND CITIZENS OF THE OCCUPIED GERMAN DISTRICTS HELP THE PARTISANS IN THEIR STRUGGLE AGAINST THE GERMANS. YOU ALSO FIGHT THE GERMANS. DEATH TO THE GERMAN OCCUPIERS!
    32. 32. Soviet partisans
    33. 33. more Soviet partisans
    34. 34. The 12-Year Reich 1933-1945 Session 4 Hitler Victorious, Sieg im Osten?, 1941-1942
    35. 35. Sessions remaining: Hitler Brought Down; Closing the Ring, 1943-44 Hitler Brought Down; Nemesis, 1944-45
    36. 36. For Further Study Antony Beevor. Stalingrad, NYC : Penguin, 1998 Saul Friedländer. The Years of Extermination; Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945. NYC: Harper Collins, 2007. (through Part III, Chap. 7, to p. 402) John Keegan. The Second World War. Part II, pp. 127-239. Kershaw, vol II, Chaps. 8 - 11, pp.339-557.
    37. 37. Key points from Session 3 the conquest of Poland moved Hitler into new territory, Kershaw’s “Licensing Barbarism” from which there was no turning back Polish gentile leadership, Polish Jews, and German “life unworthy of living” were objects of criminal mass murder tensions developed between the army and the “security forces,” Einsatzgruppen, SD, SS, Ordnungspolizei the invasion of Denmark and Norway was the first successful example of combined operations the western offensive, Fall Gelb, devastated the allies and brought Hitler to the zenith of his prestige at home the Battle of Britain was “a damn close run thing” (Wellington about Waterloo)
    38. 38. Hero City Lenin- grad
    39. 39. fallen Soviet soldier
    40. 40. Drancy concentration camp
    41. 41. Petain
    42. 42. Resistance
    43. 43. battle for a Stalingrad factory
    44. 44. panorama of Stalingrad across the Volga

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