An Outline of Francine Hirsch’s The Soviets at Nuremberg

The overall subject of the article covers the place of the Soviet Union during the Nuremberg trials and the way in which the trials became a way of determining the post-war order between the U.S., Britain, and the USSR. Hirsch makes the argument that the U.S. was able to dominate the International Military Tribunal and …

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Transcription & Source Analysis

Article 6.  The federal council shall consist of the representatives of the states of the confederation, among whom the votes shall be divided in such a manner that Prussia, including the former votes of Hanover, the electorate of Hesse, Holstein, Nassau, and Frankfort shall have 17 votes; Bavaria, 6 votes; Saxony, 4 votes. Würtemberg, 4 … Continue reading “Transcription & Source Analysis”

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“Historians and the Research Process: Getting Started”

Historians and the Research Process: Getting Started by Presnell explores the purpose of a historian’s work and the field in which they conduct research and interact with other historians in order to enhance their interpretations of certain information of the past. The reading focuses on how historians conduct their research which is the basis of …

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Talking History – November 13, 2017

In this talking history, Professor Steven Harris spoke about his own research on Areoflot History and how it contributed to late socialism within the Soviet Union. Aeroflot was the first and only Soviet Union airline. Professor Harris started his research in the economic archives in the Moscow region. He focuses on state archives, looks into … Continue reading Talking History – November 13, 2017

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