An award-winning historian of antisemitism, Nazism, and totalitarianism draws on his family and personal history to examine the lives of Volga Germans during the 18th century, the pioneering experiences of his family in late 19th-century Nebraska, and the dramatic transformations influencing thehistory profession during the second half of the 20th century. An intimate look at the shifting approaches to the historian's craft during a volatile period of world history.
Pioneering History on Two Continents
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