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What would have happened if the Nazis had won?

“Fourth Reich,” as we all know, never happened. It’s fantasy, pure and simple, useful only to writers of dystopian fiction or as fodder for speculative conversation. Or is it? Is there something more to the idea that Nazism could have reemerged in postwar Germany, or perhaps in another country — and that the hateful ideas and genocidal actions of Adolf Hitler might have lived on in another form? The answer is yes, is you happen to be Gavriel Rosenfeld, a professor of history and Jewish studies at Connecticut’s Fairfield University, and the guest lecturer at the Nov. 15 Fred Marcus Memorial Lecture, being held online this year. In a recent online exchange with the Intermountain Jewish News, Rosenfeld clarified that the concept of a Fourth […]
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