Nazi Architectural Decoration

A friend recently purchased a home in the American midwest, that clearly has a Nazi architectural feature. The house was built in 1926, and went thru a remodel in the late 1930s. Over about six windows on three exterior walls of the house are what appear to be 1 foot square tiles, "standing" on their tips. They are divided into nine equal fields (like tic-tac-toe/hashtag); the four fields at the points have a swastika at Nazi 45 degree angle; the four fields on the sides have an obvious German Iron Cross; the center field seems to have a runic symbol.

New Issue of East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies (April 2021)

East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies (EWJUS) has just released its latest issue, and I would like to invite you to review the Table of Contents at Vol. 8 No. 1 (2021): EAST/WEST: JOURNAL OF UKRAINIAN STUDIES (ISSN 2292-7956) | East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies (ewjus.com). EWJUS is an open access, peer-reviewed, academic journal, published by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) at the University of Alberta.

ANN: Book Talk on Geheran, _Comrades Betrayed: Jewish World War I Veterans under Hitler_

Folks--

The National Museum of American Jewish Military History had a book talk for Michael Geheran's Geheran, Comrades Betrayed: Jewish World War I Veterans under Hitler a few days ago.  The recording can be found here. (Full disclosure:  I'm the series editor for Cornell, the press that published Comrades Betrayed)

H-Diplo Review Essay 176 on Then They Came for Me:  Martin Niemöller, The Pastor who Defied the Nazis

H-Diplo Essay No. 176
An H-Diplo Book Review Essay
18 September 2019

Review Editors:  Diane Labrosse
Production Editor:  George Fujii

Matthew D. Hockenos.  Then They Came for Me:  Martin Niemöller, The Pastor who Defied the Nazis.  New York:  Basic Books, 2018.  ISBN:  9780465097869 (hardcover, $30/CDN$39).

URL: https://hdiplo.org/to/E176

 

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