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The Nazi Card: Nazi Comparisons at the Beginning of the Cold War

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The Cold War began almost immediately after the end of World War II and the defeat of the Nazis in Europe. As images of the Nazis' atrocities became part of American culture's common store, the evil of their old enemy, beyond the Nazis as a wartime opponent, became increasingly important. As America tried to describe the danger represented by the spread of Communism, it fe ...more
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Published January 25th 2017 by Lexington Books
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Lynn
Nov 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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I was fortunate enough to be the first reader of this book, which examines how U.S. popular culture viewed Nazis during WWII and also ever since then. It carries through the Civil Rights Movement. It's a stunning work of exemplary scholarship and too damn timely for my liking. Worth reading once it's published in December, 2016.
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