Our Slate Academy on fascism reaches Hitler’s Nazi Germany.

Fascism’s Terrible Apogee: Our Reading Group Arrives at National Socialism in Germany

Fascism’s Terrible Apogee: Our Reading Group Arrives at National Socialism in Germany

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March 3 2017 3:42 PM
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Germany: Fascism’s Terrible Apogee

With the fourth episode, our Slate Academy arrives at the fascism that looms above all others.

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Soldiers march past a saluting Hitler in Triumph of the Will, Leni Riefenstahl’s film of the 1934 Nazi party rally in Nuremberg.

German Federal Archives/Wikimedia Commons

We arrive at the fascism that looms above all others: Germany’s National Socialism. We talk to Yale historian Timothy Snyder, author of Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning, about the ideological underpinnings of the Nazis’ particular brand of fascism.

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