Digging into Hopelessness: The Battle of Stalingrad

Digging into Hopelessness: The Battle of Stalingrad 1

The year was 1942. Germany had boldly declared war against the Soviet Union in a mad bid to seize control of Russian territory. Once allies, Hitler and Stalin now found themselves on opposite sides of the battlefield and the fighting was going to be brutal. Germany had made some crucial victories already, seizing territory and …

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Judging Evil in the Trial of Rudolph Kastner

Judging Evil in the Trial of Rudolph Kastner 2

When Hannah Arendt came to Jerusalem in 1961 to attend the Eichmann trial she expected to find Evil incarnated in the person of Eichmann. How surprised she was to see the man in the glass booth. The word she used repeatedly to describe him was “mediocre,” referring to the very average qualities of his person.[1] …

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WW2 Timeline and Dates

World War 2 Timline

75 million people dead. 20 million soldiers; 40 million civilians. 6 million Jews murdered by the brutal and wicked Nazi regime. 5 world superpowers, supported by hundreds of smaller countries and colonies.8 years that defined the course of the world. 2 bombs that changed history, forever. ⬖ World War II is a story of tragedy and triumph.  Brought …

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The Battle of Okinawa

The Battle of Okinawa 3

OKINAWA, the last major battle of World War II, began on April 1, 1945 and ended June 21, 1945. The American naval forces assembled there were larger than those at Normandy in June, 1944, and more than 12,000 American and 100,000 Japanese soldiers sacrificed their lives. The pivotal importance of the Battle of Okinawa, however, …

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