American College Students and the Nazi Threat

This collection shows some of the ways American college and university students reacted to the Nazi regime, World War II, and the Holocaust. These diverse voices point to a wide range of responses on US campuses, including active opposition to Nazism, disinterest, and even sympathy for certain aspects of the Nazi program.

This report is part of the Collaborative Research in the Holocaust HistoryLab.


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