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Another major research award for graduate student active at CSWS

Dear Friends of CSWS,

A history graduate student active in the Center’s programs, Josh Sander, just learned some great news. He has been awarded a 2014-15 Norman Raab Foundation Fellowship at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, for work on his dissertation project, “The Greater Germanic Reich: Nazification and the Creation of a New Dutch Identity in the Occupied Netherlands.”

This achievement continues an unprecedented winning streak: since 2008, graduate students active with the Center for the Study of War and Society have now won TEN major research fellowships (including Fulbrights, DAAD, and Berlin Program awards).

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