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In this section, current events related to Julius Erasmus and the research on his person are observed and commented.

 

  • Thoughts on War: Gustave M. Gilbert and the “Nuremberg Diary“ – Mechanisms of motivating people to participate in war and for the elimination of resistance (Published on 17/05/2024)

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  • Mail Correspondence with Soldiers at War (“Feldpostbriefe”): The letters of German soldier Adelbert Rühle, 1939 to 1942 – part 3 (Published on 14/05/2024)

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  • “Modern culture of remembrance” in the District of Düren: The distortion of remembrance on the national Remembrance Day (“Volkstrauertag”) (Published on 21/04/2024)

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  • Thoughts on war: “Youth under Fate” – Biographies of young Germans 1946 to 1949 (Published on 11/04/2024)

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  • Mail Correspondence with Soldiers at War (“Feldpostbriefe”): Letter of a German soldier from Russia, 7 October 1941 (Published on 02/03/2024)

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  • Humanity in war: Open letter from the former young Soviet forced laborer Vladimir Prichodko to the citizens of Stuttgart in 1973 (Published on 16/02/2024)

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  • The removal of the memorial stone for Julius Erasmus by the District of Düren in September 2022 (Published on 06/02/2024)

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  • Humanity in war: The US combat medic John Warren Smedberg in the Second World War (Published on 18/01/2024)

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  • Mail Correspondence with Soldiers at War (“Feldpostbriefe”): Letters from a 16-year-old member of the German “Volkssturm” to his family in 1945 (Published on 14/01/2024)

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  • Humanity in war: Siberia, December 1944 (Published on 03/01/2024)

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