History

June 20, 2015

Overseas, Underfunded: Germany, A History Pt. 2

posted in James Onorevole

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Weimar Republic, the Third Reich, and Germany, Divided Again The struggle for power continued, with radical-left Communists seizing power in Bavaria. The Treaty of Versailles (1919) placed a majority of the blame and economic burden of the First World War on Germany. This spawned a period of hyperinflation and crippling economic burden. 1924 ushered in […]

October 4, 2014

Reading, Reading, and More Reading

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Week number six on the hill and Fall Break can’t come fast enough. Not to say I haven’t enjoyed my time here so far, but the college flow of life can just do some wear and tear on the body after a while. This week was consumed with a lot of reading – and I […]

March 28, 2011

We Cannot Forget

posted in Elyse Schunkewitz

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Rainy days in Tel Aviv are few and far between, but they tend to be dreary.  Especially when the day before there was a terrorist bombing in Jerusalem and earlier that day rockets were being shot from Gaza into Ashdod, not even an hour drive from Tel Aviv. I’m currently living in a country in […]