The Holocaust in German History
(1999 homepage for UCSB Hist 133D and 133Q)
Professor Marcuse
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last updated Dec. 13, 1999

Announcements [NOTE: this page has been superceded by the Fall 2001 Hist 133D website; see my more recent Holocaust course web site: Hist 33d (2005)]

Headings on this web page

Course Materials

Lecture Handouts (links will be dead until after lecture)

Bulletin Board

As a free service of, we have a course bulletin board.
This is a closed site, so you will need the code announced in class in order to register.
Once you are on the site, click on the "board" function on the left hand menu bar, and you can post your message. Please use a "title" that reflects the subject of your message.

Moderated Discussion List

There is also a course discussion list to which you can post questions or observations, and receive responses from your classmates and the professor. In order to do this, you will first have to subscribe. You need to enter your e-mail address, and then respond to a confirmation request before you are added to the list.

Purchasing the Course Books

Lists of links, and interesting web sites

Some on-line Holocaust/Germany courses

Explore some of these on-line courses to see some of the different emphases set by instructors of Holocaust/Nazi Germany courses.

Various materials from 1998 course

  • Materials about the film "Europa, Europa"
  • Photograph of survivor Judith Meisel and US reconnaisance soldier Bob Alexander, in class on Feb. 26, 1998
  • final exam study guide from winter quarter 1998
  • Picking up your work

    Final exams and all remaining journals are available in Prof. Marcuse's office.
    Please try to pick them up during my office hours, xxxxx. If you would like your work left in the envelope outside my door, or to arrange a different pick-up time, send me an e-mail or leave a note.

     Grade complaints:
    If you feel that the grade you received on your paper or exam does not correspond to the quality of work that you submitted, you can either:
    Print out, complete, and submit the following Grade Change Application Form

    OR: Write a page (or paragraph, whatever it takes) explaining WHY you think your work is better than the grade assigned to it. Please refer to the blue assignment sheet (for papers), and make sure you did the assignment. Then resubmit the work in question with your explanation, and I will regrade it and get back to you.

    Please note that I grade YOUR WORK, not you.
    Finally, be sure to put some contact address on your explanation sheet, so that I can be in touch with you. Given my schedule, that will probably not be before the week of April 13.
    Prof. Marcuse

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