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Askari at Hitler’s Frontier:Racial-Cultural Chauvinism and Colonial Systems in Germany and the Territories of the Eastern Front, 1941-1945
  • Drew Eisenberg-Holmes
Drew Eisenberg-Holmes
University of Toronto

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This is a paper written for the University of Toronto and adheres to it’s standards. It was written and formatted in Chicago 17th style and uses written and digital scholarly and published sources. One source is the author’s own translation of a German text. Otherwise, widely accepted English translations are used (i.e. original English translation of “Mein Kampf”). This paper covers the interrelationship between German colonial thought and German / non-German relationships on the Eastern Front during the Second World War, particularly relations with collaborationist states and Slavic volunteers to the Waffen SS.