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The Third Reich 1933-1939   

This course will explore the first six years of the Third Reich (1933-1939) to understand how Hitler and the Nazi party consolidated party and created a totalitarian regime in Germany. The course will consider how and why the Nazis prepared Germany to wage a total war and will also examine the attempts by individuals and groups in Germany and beyond to resist the totalitarian regime. This course will examine politics, economics, culture, and society during this period and consider the factors that precipitated the outbreak of the Second World War in Europe.

Online registration is closed. Please contact customer service (425-564-2263) to register. All registration closes 1 business day prior to course start.
The Third Reich 1933-1939
Item: W22596 Michael King
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM BVONL  Room: Online
Sessions: 8 W Address: ,
1/4/2023 - 2/22/2023 Fee: $89.00                                                            

Online courses require an internet connection and the ability to interact both through audio and video using either a web cam/microphone, speakers/headset using a computer or via a mobile phone connection. Depending upon the class, students will need to download either Zoom or Microsoft Teams apps to attend and participate in class sessions. There is no additional cost for these applications.




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