Regimes Museum Journal Volume 10, Issue 4

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Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
28 pages Perfect-bound
East Germany, history, hyperinflation, immigration, museum, Political Science, ptsd, shell shock, weimar germany

The articles in this issue cover a variety of topics. First off, our final Book Prize Competition winner is Cameron Telch, whose article, “Advancing the Dialogue of Mental Health in Military Museums: A Review of Shell Shocked: The Road to Recovery,” provides thought-provoking insight on both PTSD and other conflict-related mental health issues, and the ways in which museums can effectively address these topics. Congratulations, Cameron!

Other articles include a fascinating discussion of hyperinflation in Weimer Germany and its societal consequences by our resident numismatist and repeat contributor, Joel Forman, and a study analyzing trends and correlations relating to the topic of immigration in the United States by Serena Park. Be sure to check out our “Into the Archives” section as well. This quarter, Regimes Museum’s resident historian, Ralph Pickard, has curated a collection of East German documents, such as a social security card, and snapshots of various infantry and motorized rifle divisions.

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Regimes Museum Journal Volume 10, Issue 4

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