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HI 304C / HI 354C

Course Co-ordinator: Dr C Dartmann

Pre-requisite(s): Available only to students in Programme Year 3 or above.

Note(s): This module is available to students on all non-History degree programmes as a Discipline Breadth course for the enhanced study requirement. However, the admission of students with a non-History degree intention will be at the discretion of the School of Divinity, History, and Philosophy. This course may not be included in a graduating curriculum with HI 303M / HI 353M (The Holocaust).

This course will not be available in 2012/13.

To study the on-going historical debates on the Third Reich. In this course we will study political, social, and economic aspects of the history of Germany between 1933 and 1945, and put them into a historical, comparative, and European background. Recent historiographical trends and conceptual attempts to grasp the history of the Third Reich will form an integral part of this course.

1 two-hour and 1 one-hour seminar per week (time to be arranged).

1st Attempt: Continuous assessment;
summative assessment (100%): Essay ca. 4,500 words (60%), annotated bibliography (20%), 10 items; class presentation (10%); handout based on presentation (10%).

Resit: Continuous assessment
resit (100%): Essay ca. 4,500 words (60%); annotated bibliography 10 items (20%); book review, ca. 1,000 words (20%).