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This was true of government, not so much of technical managers. However it is likely that a technical manager would have been a Party member because technocrat types tended to be attracted to the NSDAP because of its ideology of applying "science" to society and government, and its willingness to give power to "experts" to formulate and implement policies. ...


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I think that what you're attempting to find an answer for is the basis of one of the ideas introduced by James Loewen in his book Lies My Teacher Told Me. In it, he distinguishes between what he calls "sasha" history (history which is still remembered by people who are alive toay) and "zamani" history (history which is now, essentially, dead and academic). ...


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When we use historical methods and sources we're doing history. When we use influence and governance, we're doing politics. The distinction between history and politics isn't in the event, it is in your relationship to the event and the use to which you're trying to put the event. If I research the legal status of Kosovo with an intent to determine how a ...


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You will not get anywhere by trying to divide events as historical or political. The same thing can be both, and it depends on how you approach it. History is any event that is approached with a historical mindset - using the tools of historical research. A political scientist or political commentator could approach the same events as political events. The ...



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