Resistance Against Hitler:

Who resisted Hitler, why did the resistance movement strengthen over time, and what were the overall strengths and weaknesses of the resistance movement in and outside of Nazi Germany? Use your analysis of at least three documents. Paper must also quote from 203-14 in the Bergen book. Do you agree with Doris Bergen’s definition of resistance (on pp. 203-04 of her book) in light of your study of primary and secondary sources on the topic?
1. The final product must have an introduction containing a thesis statement outlining what the paper will do and how it will do it, supporting evidence (from the documents) and a conclusion (remember: a conclusion concludes, it does not summarize)
2. Frequency of source citations: paper should have at least two source citations per page, but no more than 7-8 total per page. Citations from, primary sources must appear in the essay.
3. Source citation format: please use parenthetical citations. To quote a primary source, use this format (Hitler, cited in Williamson, p. 168). To cite a secondary source, (Bergen, p. 100).
4. Use of sources: only the sources listed below can be used for this paper. Other text or Internet sources may not be consulted.
1.Doris Bergen, War and Genocide: A Concise History of the Holocaust paperback ISBN 13:978-0-7425-5715-4
2. Martin Kitchen: A History of Modern Germany 1800-2000. ISBN 1-4051-0041-9
3. Benjamin Sax and Dieter Kuntz. Inside Hitler’s Germany. ISBN 0-669-25000-7
4. Norman Rich, Hitler’s War Aims ISBN: 0-393-00802-9
5. David Williamson The Third Reich, 4th ed., ISBN 1-4082-2319-2
Using primary sources (documents in Sax and Kuntz and Williamson) and secondary sources (textbooks by Kitchen, Bergen, and Rich).