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Why the Holocaust matters in a century of death -- Churches and the rise of Hitler -- Universities and the rise of Hitler -- Consent and collaboration: the churches through 1945 -- The intellectual arm: universities through 1945 -- Repressing and reprocessing the past: denazification and its legacy of dissimulation -- A closer look: denazification at Göttingen University -- Implications.
Robert Ericksen argues that enthusiasm for Hitler within churches and universities effectively gave Germans permission to participate in the Nazi regime.
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