How Then Shall We Live? (Head), Bringing a Nazi to Justice

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We continue in our 3-part series, How Then Shall We Live?, with Part 2 – Head. Do you have something you want to study, but you are not sure how to go about it? This week’s episode can provide you with some helpful study tips moving forwards. If you haven’t yet, read Steve’s accompanying blog post to get some context.

What’s Making News?

German Man, 95, Faces Trial Over Nazi Murders at Auschwitz from

‘Auschwitz book-keeper’ Oskar Groening sentenced to four years from BBC

Resources on the Holocaust

A Little Detour with Steve Pt. 3: Inside Hitler’s World from Apologetics Canada Podcast

Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland by Christopher R. Browning

Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum Official Website

Auschwitz: The Nazis & the Final Solution on YouTube

Study Aids

AnkiDroid Flashcards


Study Tips

  1. Study how to study. Spend some time learning some study techniques (note-taking, flashcards, improving reading speed etc.) to help you study smart.
  2. Don’t try to understand everything. Return to the same subject multiple times, each time understanding a little bit more.
  3. Know the lay of the land and know the players. When you read someone’s work, check out the bibliography, if any. This will help pin-point some key works and key authors in the field.
  4. Learn the lingo. Each field has its own vocabulary. Learn it to lower what seems to be an impenetrable wall into the field.
  5. Big words have small meanings. Don’t be afraid of big words. Once you understand what it means, it’s just a matter of getting used to them.

Outro Music “Nameless: the Hackers Title Screen” by BoxCat Games
Available on the Free Music Archive
Under CC BY license

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