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Syndrome K: The Fake Disease that Saved Italian Jews from the Nazi Regime

Syndrome K: The Fake Disease that Saved Italian Jews from the Nazi Regime

Syndrome K was a neurological illness "that began with convulsions and dementia and led to paralysis and death from asphyxia." This ailment, which terrified the Nazi soldiers occupying the city, reportedly saved anywhere from 20 to over 100 Jews who were destined for the Auschwitz concentration camp. But how was this possible during an epidemic of such a lethal sickness?

The February Russian Revolution of 1917

3 Major Causes of the February Russian Revolution of 1917

The 20th century was one filled with significant change within the European continent, including the Russian Revolution of 1917, which consisted of two pivotal rebellions in March and November of that year. While the latter November Revolution led to the rise of a group of communists known as the Bolsheviks to power, it was the initial March Revolution that ended centuries of imperial rule in Russia. Though several distinct causes precipitated the spring revolution, it was the social, political, and economic structure of the country and the effects of World War I that terminated the Romanov dynasty, instituted a democratic republic, and launched a civil war.

Diversity

Diversity, the Learning Culture, and the Bottom Line

As the makeup of organizations and the workforce continues to change, it has become more and more apparent that an organization’s capacity for change and innovation, and ultimately its bottom-line performance, is what allows it to survive in the long-term. This capacity is greatly impacted by all types of diversity and inclusion and the learning culture, and is further mediated by psychological safety and transformational leadership, creating an even stronger link between the elements. It is not enough to simply appreciate these competencies at a superficial level; organizations must take the time to ensure their members understand each component and apply them with purpose. In doing so, organizations demonstrate their attentiveness to their members and customers while simultaneously illustrating their flexibility and safeguarding their future.