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The Nazis (Examining Issues Through Political Cartoons)

Dudley, William

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ISBN 10: 073771106X / ISBN 13: 9780737711066
Published by Greenhaven Press, 2003
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Title: The Nazis (Examining Issues Through ...

Publisher: Greenhaven Press

Publication Date: 2003

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 0th Edition.

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Both Nazi propagandists and opponents used cartoons to spread their ideas in Germany and other parts of the world. This unique collection of political cartoons chronicles the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler with contributions from German, British, Soviet, and American artists.

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"...This title is an excellent resource for history, government, and debate classes for in-depth discussions on controversial and historical issues that continue to affect many lives even today. Recommended."
-- Book Report (November 2002) (Book Report 20021101)

"Editor Mary Williams presents a representative and diverse collection of cartoons with commentary on a range of...themes in this engaging series aimed at students."
-- Conscience (Spring 2003) (UNKNOWN 20030401)

"Humor is a powerful weapon for opening up discussion, and the Opposing Viewpoints series has always included small cartoons that add wry perspectives...Lots of detailed, serious commentary frames the cartoons, and each volume begins with a long introduction that includes a history of the debate as well as a summary of court decisions and current viewpoints."
-- Booklist (July 2002) (Booklist 20020701)

"...This is a useful source for providing comments on past events, and a potential teaching tool for developing critical thinking skills."
-- School Library Journal (January 2003) (School Library Journal 20030101)

"Editor Mary Williams presents a representative and diverse collection of cartoons with commentary on a range of themes in this engaging series aimed at students."
-- Conscience (Spring 2003)

"Humor is a powerful weapon for opening up discussion, and the Opposing Viewpoints series has always included small cartoons that add wry perspectives. Lots of detailed, serious commentary frames the cartoons, and each volume begins with a long introduction that includes a history of the debate as well as a summary of court decisions and current viewpoints."
-- Booklist (July 2002) (Booklist 20020701)

"...This title is an excellent resource for history, government, and debate classes for in-depth discussions on controversial and historical issues that continue to affect many lives even today. Recommended."
-- Book Report (December 2002) (Book Report 20021201)

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