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"The Portage to San Cristobal of A.H."
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A 6 page review of George Steiner's fictional novel featuring Adolf Hitler. In it Hitler finds temporary reprieve from the post World War II world in an Amazon jungle. Ultimately, however, he is hunted down for the purpose of being subjected to the world's wrath. Steiner's works clarifies that there is a diversity of reasons for that wrath and, ultimately, a diversity of reactions regarding Hitler's capture. No additional sources are listed. No additional sources are listed.
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"Triumph Of The Will" And "Anne Frank Remembered": Compare/Contrast
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6 pages in length. The distinction between narrative and fiction is that narrative is derived from reality, whereas fiction is born of someone's imagination. That is not to say that either one presents a better form of documentary than the other, but rather to recognize that one's foundations is based in truth, while the other comes from the imaginative process. An example of a narrative documentary, "Triumph of the Will" might be construed as any one of various historical accounts where the information possesses a factual background, while "Anne Frank Remembered" represents a narrative where there is no assault upon the subject's integrity. War, nature, biographies -- these all represent a narrative in that they document reality, yet based upon the criteria found in Dai Vaughn's "For Documentary: Twelve Essays," Riefenstahl's account bears a significant obstacle in capturing absolute truth when compared with Blair's personal chronicle of Anne Frank's struggle against Nazi invasion. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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4 Essays on the Holocaust
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A 4 page research paper that encompasses 4 short 1-page essays on topics related to the Holocaust. Topics include discussion of the first chapter of Elie Wiesel’s Night; reaction to Wiesel’s first hours in Auschwitz; discussion of images from Alain Resnais’ Night and Fog; and discussion of chapter 1 from Wiernik’s A Year in Treblinka. No additional sources cited.
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A Discussion Concerning the Historical Accuracy of the Holocaust Narratives
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This is a 12 page paper discussing the concerns of historical accuracy of the Holocaust narratives. The historical accuracy of Holocaust narratives has always been questioned but regardless of this concern, narratives continue to be collected. The collection of the narratives is considered to be important in not only documenting experiences from the past but benefiting future students in regards to appreciating their lives today and learning from the horrors of history. Holocaust narratives however are extremely subjective and personal and historians have always considered autobiographies to be only one of many sources and cannot be considered independently. One of the reasons for the questioning of their accuracy is the reliance on memory which can be influenced by many factors. These factors include trauma; the overlapping distinction between memory and imagination; the desire to present a moral image which depicts events as “black” or “white”; and the desire to present an account which will honor those from the past and educate those in the future among other influences. These desires may be totally subconscious but exist nevertheless and are powerful. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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A Holocaust Diary
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A 10 page essay that takes the rather unusual form of a fictitious diary written by someone who endures the Holocaust and survives. In order to compile this diary, which attempts to relate the daily activities and feelings of this fictitious Holocaust victim, the writer consulted the first-hand testimonials of several real Holocaust survivors. Details pertaining to the Holocaust that were taken from these authentic accounts are cited appropriately. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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A Holocaust Museum
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A 5 page paper which discusses the emotional reactions to a Holocaust museum. In discussing this perspective that paper addresses the institutional vs. relational view point as it relates to this topic. No sources cited.
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Adolf Hitler and His Impact on the International System
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A 14 page overview of Hitler's impact on the international system. Hitler convinced the German people that his intent was to improve German economics. His real intent was to overthrow the world. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” and the Relationship Between the State, Culture, and Race
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This 5 page report discusses Hitler’s infamous “Mein Kampf,” written between 1924-27. In it, he outlined his policies for the future as he told how he had evolved. In it, it is clear that he always believed himself to be a man of great talent, whether as an artist or architect or the leader of his political party. For Hitler, the connection between the state and culture was clear and he used the issue of race to establish that his own vision of how culture and state are inter-related and how the wrong “type” of person can pervert what he determined to be the true and necessary relationship between state and cultural refinement and enlightenment. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Adolf Karl Eichmann
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A 5 page overview of the World War II activities of Adolf Eichmann, of his escape after the war, and of his capture and trial as a war criminal. Bibliography lists three sources.
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