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Cowe-1 Bibliography Primary Source Hitler, Adolf. Mein Kampf. 1925. 162-167. Web. <http://www.angelfire.com/folk/bigbaldbob88/MeinKampf.pdf>.

The book written by Adolf Hitler, serves as a primary source of the events of the Nazi regime control of Germany before WWII. It portrays Hitlers, and the NSDAP, point of view of how to restore Germany, and how the world should work. Johnson, Paul. "ADOLF HITLER AND ALBRECH DRER'S NIGHT, DEATH, AND the DEVIL."ADOLF HITLER: Perverse Political Genius. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Jan 2014. The explanation of the popularity of Adolf Hitler, and the Nazi party within Germany, and the reason behind Hitlers want of power, and revolutionary ideals. Johnson born within the age of Hitler experienced the confusion and charisma of the Nazi regime within Germany first-hand. "The Judgement: The Nazi Regime in Germany." Avalon Project. (2008): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. <http://avalon.law.yale.edu/imt/judnazi.asp>. The journal article, portrayed the events of German law, and order, it also told the history of the German Workers Party, through their rise to power. It gave primary source of the demands of German political officials, as well as the National Socialist party. "The Nazi Regime in Germany." The American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise . Jewish Virtual Library , n.d. Web. 3 Nov 2013. The web document, has published some official points the National Socialist German Workers Party. These works was a mixture of the history of the Nazi Germany, and the parties wants, as it grew in power.

Cowe-1 Secondary Sources Akbulut-Yuksel, Mevlude, and Mutlu Yukse. The Long-Term Direct and External Effects of Jewish Expulsions in Nazi Germany. Halifax: Dalhousie University, 2010. 4. eBook. The laws implemented during the rise of the fascist Nazi regime, and their antisemitic ideals. Laws that were created banned the civil rights, and livelihood of the Jewish peoples, and led to their deaths. Burleigh , Micheal, et all. "How can it be explained that Nazism made real, if partial, inroads into wider German Society?." Impact of Nazism on German Society. (2000): n. page. Print. The journal entry, gave insight of how the middle-class, and higher-class society lived within Nazi Germany. The article also emphasized, the lower-classes struggle under the fascist regime, and the need for resistance, and upturn of the Nazi government. It also explained the formal persecution of the lower wealth, and the immunity of the Nazi official. Clare, John. "How did the Nazi rule affect Germans."Johndclare. (2002): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. The text provided by John Clare, was about the political, and economic benefits, and advantages of the German peoples during Nazi control. The article also presented, the disadvantages of Nazi control, and how the Nazi party dealt with non-Aryans. Darkmoon, Lasha. "INTERVIEW WITH A GREEK HOLOCAUST DENIER." Darkmoon. N.p., 10 March 2013. Web. 1 Jan 2014. The article presented a multitude of information pertaining to the events that occurred during the Holocaust as well as the events that occurred afterwards. Many photographs were also taken expressing the authors view on the interview and the article. The photos were also used within the website to pertain the events within the Holocaust .

Cowe-1 Duff, Gordon. "WHO SPEAKS UP FOR HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS." Veterans Today. Veterans Today Network, 13 Nov 2010. Web. 5 Jan 2014. The article by Duff Gordon explained the his views of the survivors of the Holocaust, and how many use the term in order to gain publicity and popularity. He also presented many images exhibiting images of the Holocaust and the survivors of the event. Herschaft, Randy, David Rising, and Monika Scislowska. "A Commander In A Nazi SS-Led Unit Has Been Living In Minnesota Since 1949 ." Business Insider. N.p., 14 Jun 2013. Web. 2 Jan 2014. The creation and the involvement of the SS (Nazi secret police), within Germany and the Holocaust. The article made reference to the fall of the Nazi regime and the lost members who escaped Germany after the dissolution of the former regime. Many photos were also used of the involvement of the SS during World War II. Lindsay, Phillip. "An Astro-Historical Analysis." Nazi Germany. Philip Lindsay, n.d. Web. 1 Jan 2014. An article about the events within World War Two, and Nazi Germany and how the pertain to great philosophers who believe that history is bound to repeat itself. The use of many images were used in order to fully explain the concepts and connections between ancient, and classical philosophers and events within the modern era.

Cowe-1 Llewellyn, Jennifer . "Nazi economic recovery." Alpha History. (2013): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. <http://alphahistory.com/nazigermany/nazi-economic-recovery/>. The economic state of the Weimar Republic after WWI, and the corruption that lead to the destruction of the republic, and the rise of the Nazi regime. The economic influences of the Nazi party, and their lack of political expertise, resulting in an increasing amount of foreign economic influence. Rockwell Jr., Llewellyn. "Hitler's Economics." Ludwig von Mises Institute . Mises Daily , 18 Jun 2012. Web. 5 Jan 2014. The article emphasized the economic policies of Adolf Hitler, and his great achievements within Germany pertaining to public works, lowering unemployment, and increasing infrastructure within a four year period. As well as the Nazi regime economic system, and advisors or heads of economic departments. Rosenberg , . "Lebensraum." 20th Century Histroy. (2013): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. The supposed applied rights of the German fascists, or the Nazi party, and their idea of Lebensraum. Which is German occupied land in order to unify German folk, and for the use of living space, for self-sufficiency. Trueman , Chris . "Nazi Germany-Dictatorship ." Nazi Germany . (2012): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. <http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/Nazi Germany.htm>. The political unrest of the Weimar Republic, and the rise of the National Socialist German Workers Party. Through the use of propaganda, street violence, antisemitism, and political corruption.

Cowe-1 Young , Maggie, Siam Sangkhanet , Casey Young, and Max Mickunas. "Primary Source Evidence ." The Rise of Nazism Led to Loss of Individualism. Wordpress, 12 Oct 2011. Web. 1 Jan 2014. The text presented information pertaining to the presents of Hitlers youth programs, in order to install a sense of Aryan superiority within society at a young age. It also exhibited information towards the growth of Hitlers youth, and the effectiveness within society. "Falsification of History ." . University of Minnesota . Web. 5 Jan 2014. <http://www.tc.umn.edu/~hick0088/classes/csci_2101/false.html>. The article pertained to the falsification of photographs within the Soviet Union, most directly referring to the disappearance of Trotsky, and genocide. Also raised an important ethical issue referring to the editing of photographs in order to manipulate the history of civilians. Many photographs taken were used in contributing to the website. "Gloucester, Cape: U.S. Marines moving supplies and weapons, World War II." Gloucester Britannica . US Department of Defense . Web. 1 Jan 2014. Photographs taken during World War Two emphasizing the view of the Americans, and the difficulty of the war. The article also exhibited photos taken during World War Two in order to invoke charity among the soldiers and veterans. "Hitlers Early Life ." Nazi Rise to Power. (2011): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. <http://library.thinkquest.org/12307/nazirise.html>. The rise of the Nazi party, and the early life of Adolf Hitler before, and after WWI. The beginnings of his politically extreme ideals, and the formation of the Nazi party, and their plan for power, and change.

Cowe-1 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, . "Law and Justice in the Third Reich." Holocaust Encyclopedia . (2013): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. <http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php? ModuleId=10005467>. The article expressed the Justice system of Nazi Germany, and their political ties with the party within the department of juries. It also expresses the Nazi parties corruption, and the unfair prosecution of innocents, and the immunity of high ranking Nazi officials. "Last Flight of the Spirit of LSU." World War Two Airplanes and Legends . N.p.. Web. 5 Jan 2014. <http://www.lsuart.net/ww2.htm>. The expression of the events that transpired during World War Two, and the use of airplanes and their importance during the war. Great military tactics that involved airstrikes and airplanes were also mention within. The use of many photographs depicting war scenes and airstrikes were used in order to express the war. "Life Under Nazism." University of Minnesota . Regents of University of Minnesota, 21 Aug 2012. Web. 5 Jan 2014. The role of the average citizen not affiliated directly with the Nazi military including; women, children and workers. Photographs taken depicted children learning Nazi ideals, and women being enacted in Nazi youth, and women programs. "Nazi Anti-Jewish Laws." Anti-Defamation League . (2001): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. <http://archive.adl.org/children_holocaust/about_nazi_law3.asp>. The use of anti-Jewish laws in order to spread fear, and increase crimes against the Jewish, since they were considered non-Aryan. As well as the increasing amount of antisemitic ideals within Nazi Germany, as the creation of laws constriction non-Aryan rights.

Cowe-1 Nazi Party. 2013. The History Channel website. Nov 4 2013, 8:17 http://www.history.com/topics/nazi-party. The beginning of the Nazi party, from the creation during political strife, and increase of political rights in Germany. The growth of the National Socialist German Workers Party, and their true goals, and issues. "Surviving Occupied Warsaw." War History Online . War History Online , 5 Jun 2013. Web. 2 Jan 2014. The subject was the events that occurred within Warsaw, Poland within the Jewish ghettos that were forced upon the peoples during the Holocaust, and the rebellion that lead to turmoil within Poland. The events that lead to the destruction of the Warsaw Jewish ghettos many casualties within the Nazi militia and the Jewish rebels, also associated with pictures presenting the rebellion at Warsaw. "The Economy and War in the Third Reich, 19331944."Archives Unbound. Gale Cengage Learning . Web. 1 Jan 2014. The article included the economic circumstances during the rise of the Nazi regime and the Third Reich, as well as economic works, and policies that lead to the strengthening of Germany. Economic policies put in places to rise Germany from the Depression, and what lead the country to success through the Fascist government.

Cowe-1 "The Holocaust ." Yad Vashem. Yad Vashem, n.d. Web. 29 Dec 2013. The political and social aspects that gave Hitler the opportunity to rise to power, and gain control of the German government with the Nazi regime. It also emphasized the Nazi regime economic power, and Hitlers political intent for Europe, as well as how the political divisions and economic depression that gave power to dictators throughout Europe. "The Nazification of Germany." University of South Florida . (2005): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. <http://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/timeline/nazifica.htm>. Adolf Hitlers ascension of power, as he moves up the Nazi ladder, and gain position of Chancellor, and gains emergency political powers through the false blame of communists. As well as the creation of the Nazi power, and their foot hold on government as they us fear, and terror to stomp out the other competitors. "The rise of Hitler and Mussolini ." Europe after WWI. (2013): n. page. Print. <http://history.howstuffworks.com/world-war-i/europe-after-world-war-13.htm>. The political extremities that arose after WWI, that caused the collapse of the European, and worldwide economy. It also portrayed the economic and political downfall, that caused the rise of fascist movements, and dictatorships. "The Rise of Nazism in Germany." Third World Traveler. (2013): n. page. Web. 4 Nov. 2013. <http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/Fascism/Rise_Nazism_Germany.html>. The events that transpired within the Holocaust, was the main focus of the article, as well as the spreading of fascism within Germany, and Europe. The growth of Hitlers power, and the persecution of the non-Aryans, and the implementation of laws revoking certain races laws.

Cowe-1 "Why Do Countries Become/Remain Democracies? Or Dont? (21): Education Again." Human Rights Ect.. Wordpress, 22 Oct 2011. Web. 1 Jan 2014. The article expressed the usefulness of education within an democratic system and pointed out the criminalization of the Jews within the German education system. The author brought the importance of education in connection to the Nazi regime dictatorship and their lack of proper non-bias education system, to a more unbiased system that embraced all cultures, so that was more prone to democracy.