Tag Archives: Nazis
Not all of Germany’s WWII allies wanted to be allies. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/new-amateur-film-collection-challenges-narratives-about-life-nazi-austria-180957193/
For two hundred years, children starting their first year of school in Germany have been presented with a Schültute, a paper cone filled with toys, school supplies, and treats. It began in 1817, when a church cantor presented one to a little girl called Jena, and the idea caught on. The cones have not always […]
One way to connect modern kids to history is to call their attention to events that happened in the past that are still going on today, and ask their opinions as to whether this is good or bad, should still be going on or shouldn’t still be going on, and why they think this is. […]
Books We Love recently released the e-book version of Book Four of my Time Rose series. The print version will be out very soon. Kindle edition available for purchase at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Tangled-Rose-Time-Book-ebook/dp/B01LX0CBMJ/ref=sr_1_10?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1475171792&sr=1-10&keywords=Tangled+Rose The first review is already there, and also on Marva Dasef’s Cellophane Queen blog: http://mgddasef.blogspot.ca/2016/09/new-release-tangled-rose-by-renee-duke.
Being just over eight hundred and three feet in length, and one hundred and thirty-five feet in diameter, the German zeppelin, Hindenburg, was the largest airship ever flown. But it was more than just an airship. Germany’s Nazi party had paid for its construction and with the swastika emblem emblazoned on its tail fins, the […]
Thousands of people left Germany in fear for their lives when Nazi party leader Adolf Hitler was elected Chancellor of Germany on January 30th, 1933. The exact number of people who did not get out, and subsequently died in the Holocaust that took place in Europe between 1933 and 1945 is not known, but is […]