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Occupying Ukraine: Great Expectations, Failed Opportunities, and the Spoils of War, 1941–1943
The attack against the Soviet Union was ideologically motivated, but the timing owed a great deal to military and economic considerations. German hopes largely focused on Ukraine, which was expected to be both a giant ...
Working Photos: Propaganda, Participation, and the Visual Production of Memory in Nazi Germany
This article examines images of Germany's “working world” in the 1930s and 1940s. Analyzing photos from three different genres—factory photography, special-occasion industrial photography, and the work of nonprofessional ...
Risk in trustworthy digital repository audit and certifcation
Risk is a foundational concept in digital preservation. While it has been examined from technical, economic, and organizational perspectives, I argue that it is also a social phenomenon. In this study I report on the ...