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Jang is one of six staffers who work hour shifts in the cramped space, frantically tracing and contacting potential coronavirus cases in South Korea's third largest city as the country battles its largest wave of infections yet. Jang said he knew this wave was different in early December when the bright red messages that report confirmed cases began to multiply in the chatroom on his computer screen. Working-class attendees received nonday gifts.

For Germans in the s and s, this combination of familiar holiday observance, nationalist propaganda and anti-Semitism was hardly unusual.

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Redefining familiar traditions and deing new symbols and rituals, they hoped to channel the main tenets of National Socialism moning the popular holiday. But under any totalitarian regime, there can be a wide disparity between public and private life, between the rituals of the city square and those of the home. In my research, I was interested chag how Nazi symbols and rituals penetrated private, family festivities — away from the gaze of party leaders.

Redefining ChristmasOne of the most striking features of private celebration in the Nazi period was the redefinition of Christmas as a neo-pagan, Nordic celebration.

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Scholars have called attention to cnat manipulative function of these and other invented traditions. Since the s, German historians, theologians and popular writers had argued that German holiday observances were holdovers from pre-Christian pagan rituals and popular folk superstitions.

So because these ideas and traditions had a lengthy history, Nazi propagandists were able to easily cast Christmas as a celebration of pagan German nationalism. A vast state apparatus centered in the Chaf Ministry for Propaganda and Enlightenment ensured that a Nazified holiday dominated public space and celebration in the Third Reich.

But two aspects of the Nazi version of Christmas were relatively new.

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First, because Nazi ideologues saw organized religion as an enemy of the totalitarian state, propagandists sought to deemphasize — or eliminate altogether — the Christian aspects of the holiday. Before the Nazis took power inugly and open attacks on German Jews typified holiday propaganda. Countless media images of invariably blond-haired, blue-eyed German families gathered around the Christmas tree helped normalize ideologies of racial purity. Open anti-Semitism nonetheless cropped up at Christmastime.

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Many would boycott Jewish-owned department stores. But it speaks volumes. This sort of ideological manipulation took everyday forms. Exalted Night of the Clear Stars, the most famous Nazi carol, was reprinted in Nazi songbooks, broadcast in radio programs, performed at countless public celebrations — and sung at home.

Indeed, Exalted Night became so familiar that it could still be sung in the s as part of an ordinary family holiday morninng, apparently, as part of some public performances today! Verses of stars, light and an eternal mother suggest a world redeemed through faith in National Socialism — not Jesus. Conflict or consensus among the German public?

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But we do have some records of the popular response to the Nazi holiday, mostly from official sources. How could Nazi believers observe a Nazi holiday when stores mostly sold conventional holiday goods and rarely stocked Nazi Christmas books? Meanwhile, German clergymen openly moning Nazi attempts to take Christ out of Christmas. Catholic clergy threatened to excommunicate women who ed the NSF. Elsewhere, women of faith boycotted NSF Christmas parties and charity drives.

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morbing Still, such dissent never really challenged the main tenets of the Nazi holiday. Reports on public opinion compiled by the Nazi secret police often commented on the popularity of Nazi Christmas festivities.

Not least, observing a Nazified holiday symbolized racial purity and national belonging. Jews could not. The Nazification of family celebration thus revealed the paradoxical and contested terrain of private life in the Chag Reich. The apparently banal, everyday decision to sing a particular Christmas carol, or bake a holiday cookie, became either an act of political dissent or an expression of support for national socialism.

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This article is republished from The Conversation, a nonprofit news site dedicated to sharing ideas from academic experts. Passengers from the Royal Caribbean ship Ovation of the Seas cha a trip to White Island, a popular tourist site, last December, when a volcano suddenly erupted, killing 27 visitors and injuring 25 more. Ivy and Paul Reed, from the US state of Maryland, who suffered burns as a result of the eruption, and Australians Marie and Stephanie Browitt, who lost family members because of the eruption, filed separate lawsuits against Royal Caribbean claiming that the cruise line did not moning explain the dangers of visiting White Island.

Peter Gordon, a lawyer for the Browitt family, told the Australian Broadcasting Company that Royal Caribbean should have known moening the volcano could erupt before allowing its passengers to visit White Island.