Monthly Archives: September 2015

Reflection on The Great Game of Genocide

One of the most intriguing and disturbing aspects of Bloxham’s book is how he articulates the callousness revolving around the politics of the Armenian Genocide.  Many countries, including the United States, Russia, Germany, and Great Britain, displayed a certain amount … Continue reading

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Reflection on the Holocaust Memorial Museum

The main power behind the Holocaust Memorial Museum was its ability to present tangible artifacts from the early 20th century to attest to the validity and truth behind the attempted genocide of the European Jews.  Some of the most impactful … Continue reading

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Reflections on Judgment at Nuremberg

Judgment at Nuremberg posed many questions and delved into numerous themes, constantly reminding viewers of the incredible amounts of gray a world that attempts to define itself in terms of black and white. One of the foremost areas of question is … Continue reading

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Anti-Weeding

This particular book appeared to be a reprinted collection of 16th century writings, largely dealing with the Reformation, which the author indicated were specifically left unedited so as to speak for themselves.  The book seems to be a wonderful resource of period … Continue reading

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A Wartime Comparison of Sulferino

A Memory of Sulferino is full of passages describing acts of what could be best understood as traditional or idealized heroism.  Men are described passing a battle flag from one to the other as each in turn succumbs to grievous wounds … Continue reading

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