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  • Website

    McKee, A.

    Music and the Holocaust: Entartete Kunst and Entartete Musik exhibitions

    2019 - World ORT

    In-text: (McKee)

    Your Bibliography: McKee, Abaigh. "Music And The Holocaust: Entartete Kunst And Entartete Musik Exhibitions." N.p., 2019. Web.

  • Journal

    Neuschwander, D.

    Music in the Third Reich

    2012 - Musical Offerings

    In-text: (Neuschwander 93-108)

    Your Bibliography: Neuschwander, DeLora. "Music In The Third Reich." Musical Offerings 3.2 (2012): 93-108. Web. 17 Apr. 2019.

  • Journal

    van de Bildt, I.

    A National Acoustics. Music and Mass Publicity in Weimar and Nazi Germany. By Brian Currid. Minneapolis, London: University of Minnesota Press, 2006. 279 pp. ISBN 0-8166-4042-4 (pb) ISBN 0-8166-4041-6 (hb)

    2007 - Popular Music

    In-text: (van de Bildt 172-173)

    Your Bibliography: van de Bildt, Ilona. "A National Acoustics. Music And Mass Publicity In Weimar And Nazi Germany. By Brian Currid. Minneapolis, London: University Of Minnesota Press, 2006. 279 Pp. ISBN 0-8166-4042-4 (Pb) ISBN 0-8166-4041-6 (Hb)." Popular Music 27.1 (2007): 172-173. Web.

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