Category Archives: Holocaust

“Timothy Snyder’s Lies”

Once you’re done reading Timothy Snyder’s Bloodlands, read this harsh criticism of his work and be prepared to discuss in class next week. Timothy Snyder’s Lies by Daniel Lazare In Timothy Snyder’s Bloodlands, Hitler and Stalin are one and the same. And the partisans — Jewish fighters included — only encouraged German crimes. When is a bad […] Continue reading

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Rebecca Erbelding Blog

This is the link to Rebecca Erbelding’s blog, the 2002 UMW graduate who has developed an expertise on conflict, natural disasters, and displacement along with her job at the U.S. Holocaust Museum. This blog is an excellent example of what you can do with your course blogs, should you choose to develop them further. Continue reading

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