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22-H4 Road to World War Two – Democracy in Crisis 1919-1933 – Bennett, Brent


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Instructor: Brent Bennett
Course Date: February 7, 2022 to February 25, 2022
This course takes place from 9:30 AM to 10:29 AM:
Monday to Friday

SKU: 22-H4 Category:

World War I destroyed what was left of the power of royalty and crippled faith in the values of western liberalism. The spectre of communism loomed over a devastated Europe. Germany would prove to be the crucial arena to establish democracy and preserve international peace. But no one reckoned on Adolf Hitler and few understood the danger. A failed artist, fanatical anti-Semite and impoverished war veteran, the former Habsburg citizen would harness a powerful mixture of nationalism and racism to challenge the Weimar Republic.


Brent Bennett graduated with a BA (Honours) in European History at the University of Alberta in 1985. He went on to complete a thesis on the Soviet military to attain a Master of Arts in Slavic and East European Studies at the University of Alberta. Brent retired from a career in the RCMP that included teaching law, investigative practices, police tactics, and firearms at the National Academy in Regina.

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