Blog Archives

Jamie Kirchick of Tablet Magazine shares the experience of a Holocaust survivor who participated in the ‘Jew in the Box’ exhibition at the Berlin Jewish Museum.

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A man once hailed as the “Italian Schindler” may have actually been a Nazi collaborator who did little to save the lives of Jews (Huffington Post).

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The Federal Administrative Court of Germany ruled that the intelligence agency was within its rights to black out passages from the files of Adolf Eichmann, the man known as the architect of the Nazi Holocaust, due to ‘state security interests’ (Haaretz).

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The Jewish Daily Forward argues that it is never too late to bring Nazi war criminals to justice.

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Eric Alterman of The Nation reflects on how little the act of helping to engender – and then justify – the genocide in Guatemala has mattered to the reputations of the former U.S. officials who helped it along.

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re-Vilna, a new mapping software platform, maps the historical space and narratives of the Vilna ghetto onto the modern-day city of Vilnius (Tablet Magazine).

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The Constitutional Court of Guatemala is raising the question of whether former dictator Rios Montt should be entitled to amnesty (Open Society Justice Initiative)

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Lea Zeltserman of Tablet Magazine explores the history of Soviet Holocaust cinema

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Hungarian prosecutors indicted 98-year old Laszlo Csatary for Nazi-era war crimes (Huffington Post)

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A recently published diary of a 15-year old Berlin schoolgirl reveals how millions of Germans relied on collective indifference to endure the horrors of the war and ignore the brutality of the Nazi regime (The Independent)

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