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Life in a Dictatorship: Lessons from Twentieth-Century Europe
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This course uses a variety of source material, including diaries, letters, memoirs, fiction, and film to examine the experience of living in a dictatorship. The primary cases featured will be the Soviet Union (1917-1991), Fascist Italy (1925-1943), Nazi Germany (1933-1945), and the communist-led governments of Eastern Europe after World War II (1948-1989).


Instructors of this Course

Associate Professor

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