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Scholars and witnesses present evidence documenting the mass atrocities that took place from 1933 through to the end of World War II in 1945, giving voice to the memories of the 6 million Jews and 5 million other victims who were murdered throughout Nazi Germany and German-occupied territories under the command of Adolf Hitler.
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Irene Hasenberg ist 13 Jahre alt, als sie ins Konzentrationslager Bergen-Belsen deportiert wird. Mit ihren Eltern und ihrem Bruder ist sie 1937 aus Berlin nach Amsterdam geflohen. Aber die Nationalsozialisten haben sie eingeholt. Todesangst, Misshandlung, Hunger - jeder Tag könnte der letzte sein. „Wie hast du den Holocaust überlebt?“, wollen Milla, Ida, Lonneke und Mathilda von Irene wissen. Dieser neunteilige Podcast ist aus den Gesprächen der vier 16-jährigen Schülerinnen mit der heute 91 ...
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The Treblinka extermination center was responsible for the murder of approximately 925,000 Jews during the Holocaust. It was the deadliest killing site after Auschwitz. Yet few people know that it was also the scene of a successful uprising and mass escape by the prisoners there. In this conversation with Chad Gibbs, we talked about the history of …
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On December 19, 1980, Shlomo Lewin, the former chairman of the Jewish community in Nuremberg, and his partner Frida Poeschke were shot dead in their house in Erlangen. Instead of pursuing the leads that led to the right-wing extremist group Wehrsportgruppe Hoffmann, investigators concentrated on Lewin’s social environment for a long time. As part o…
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From the earliest days of the Third Reich through the end of the war, there were organized efforts to rescue Jewish children from the Nazis. Perhaps as many as 10,000 were rescued in this way, but without their parents. They ended up in a variety of countries and had diverse set of experiences. In addition, the story of the Kindertransport has work…
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General Dwight Eisenhower’s visit to the Ohrdruf concentration camp in April 1945 fundamentally changed his outlook on the war and on his enemy, the Nazis. It also changed the way he carried out his duties later as US Military Governor in charge of both caring for former concentration prisoners as well as dealing with former Nazis, and, later, as P…
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We talk a lot about learning from the Holocaust and lessons from the Holocaust, but we don’t talk nearly enough about HOW to TEACH the Holocaust. Understanding how to present this complex and often difficult material to students at a variety of different grade levels (as well as to the public at heritage sites) is a critical task. In this episode, …
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Some historians have argued that the experience of Romani people during the Holocaust most closely approximated that of the Jews in terms of policy and execution. Of course, there were also important differences. But, Jews and Romani also went through the Holocaust together. In this, really fascinating discussion, I talked with Ari Joskowicz about …
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What motivated Nazi perpetrators? How do we explain the apparent ease with which so many Germans carried out acts of extreme violence? These are some of the most enduring questions raised by the Holocaust. And they are questions that scholars still grapple with today. In this episode, I talked with Prof. Ed Westermann about these questions includin…
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This episode covers a lot of ground with my guests from the Auschwitz Jewish Center, Tomek Kuncewicz and Maciek Zabierowski. We talk about the history of the Jewish community in Oświęcim, Poland as well as the challenges of educating the Polish non-Jewish community about the Holocaust. We close with a discussion of the ways in which the Holocaust i…
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Dialogul dintre Marius Cazan și Emanuel Grec continuă cu o discuție despre ASUMARE. Despre cum se raportează societatea din România de astăzi la trecutul traumatic al exterminării populației evreiești și rome în perioada celui de-al Doilea Război Mondial. Despre mituri, confuzii, distorsionări și promovarea memoriei publice a celor condamnați pentr…
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Marco findet, er hat den besten Opa von allen. Wenn er Opa Jo besucht, sitzen sie stundenlang auf der Terrasse und reden über die alten Zeiten und Jos Erinnerungen über die deutsche Vergangenheit. Dabei erzählt er von den Bomben in Berlin, dem Hunger nach dem Krieg und seiner Flucht aus der DDR. Und, welche Verbindungen die Familie zu den Nazis hat…
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The Nazis pursued a variety of strategies in their attempts to murder all the Jews of Europe. One of these was starvation, particularly within ghettos where they could control the flow of food to captive populations. In this episode, I talk with Professor Helene Sinnreich about the experience of hunger in the Warsaw, Łodz, and Krakow ghettos. She t…
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It’s been over 20 years since the HBO television series Band of Brothers appeared, but it continues to shape the popular understanding and conception of World War II. The series is full of powerful episodes but one that viewers consistently single out as particularly moving is Episode 9: Why We Fight. In this episode, the soldier of Easy Company st…
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În cel de-al doilea episod din acest sezon, Marius Cazan și Emanuel Grec discută despre efortul statului român în primii ani după cel de-al Doilea Război Mondial, de a aduce în fața unei forme de justiție, pe cei vinovați pentru crimele comise în timpul Holocaustului din România. Un dialog despre contextul în care au apărut Tribunalele Poporului. D…
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The Nazi state was built on persecution and multiple groups in addition to Jews were victimized and killed during the Holocaust. Today’s podcast looks not only at Nazi persecution of gay and transgender people along with Nazi homophobic thought, but also explores the history of LGTBQ communities in Germany before the war. We also look at the challe…
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The story of the Topf brothers is one of the most chilling examples of corporate complicity in the Holocaust. Topf and Sons was the company who designed, built, and installed the ovens used to burn corpses in the concentration camps. Far being disinterested bureaucrats, the company’s employees were actively involved in problem-solving and helping t…
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Did you know that a Holocaust survivor who served in the US Army in the Korean War won the Congressional Medal Of Honor? Did you know that there were thousands of Holocaust survivors who fought the Nazis during WWII or served in the US military afterward? Today’s discussion with Mike Rugel looks at the fascinating stories of some of these individua…
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În România de astăzi se construiesc proiecte care promovează toleranța. Ne afirmăm deschis spiritul civic și valorile democratice. Manifestăm însă empatia selectiv, în situații care nu ne scot din zona de confort. Privim doar partea luminoasă a istoriei, ignorând umbrele care continuă să proiecteze prejudecăți asupra celor pe care îi considerăm ALT…
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How do we uncover new evidence about the Holocaust? In this podcast episode, we look at the fascinating topic of Holocaust archaeology. Our guest, Professor Caroline Sturdy-Colls has investigated over 50 Holocaust sites including the Treblinka extermination camp where she first identified the location of the gas chamber buildings. Our conversation …
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The Nazis murdered at least 167,000 Jews in the small extermination center of Sobibor located today in far-eastern Poland on the border with Ukraine. In 2020, an album belonging to the Deputy Commandant, Johann Niemann, surfaced and was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by his family. This album contains never before seen image…
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What did the US do to rescue Jews from the clutches of the Nazis? This week we talk with Rebecca Erbelding about the War Refugee Board and American efforts to help those targeted by the Nazis. In this discussion, we touch on a lot of important topics including American immigration policy as well as what the US government and public knew about the H…
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How do you write the history of something that never happened? What were the chances of Nazis creating a Fourth Reich? And what do our fears of a Nazi resurgence tell us about the past and present. In this wide-ranging conversation with Gavriel Rosenfeld, we talk about the history of the Fourth Reich, both as a rhetorical device but also as a very …
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When Pope Pius XII died in 1958, his papers were sealed in the Vatican Secret Archives, leaving unanswered questions about what he knew and did during World War II. In 2020, the archives were finally opened. Based on thousands of never-before-seen documents, Brown University Professor Emeritus David Kertzer’s book “The Pope at War” paints a dramati…
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Approximately 220,000 Romanian Jews died during the Holocaust, but their story is much less well-known. In this conversation with Grant Harward, we talk about the history of the Holocaust in Romania. He leads us through a really informative survey of both the history of Romania and the impact it had on the later unfolding of Romania’s attack on Jew…
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In his latest book, Omer Bartov notes that “Indicating where the line between truth and fiction lies is difficult, if not impossible, because in certain cases there may be more truth in fiction that in the mere retelling of facts.” In this our first episode of the podcast, we take a look at what happens when an historian turns to writing fiction ab…
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Between 1918 and 1921, Ukrainian peasants, townsmen, and soldiers who blamed the Jews for the turmoil of the Russian Revolution murdered over a 100,000 Jews. Aid workers warned that six million Jews were in danger of extermination. Twenty years later, these dire predictions would come true. In his new book “In the Midst of Civilized Europe,” acclai…
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Among the most striking exhibits at the Auschwitz museum are undoubtedly the mountains of loot stolen from Jews murdered upon arrival. Shoes, suitcases, spectacles, and more fill entire rooms in the former barracks of the main camp. Surviving the Shoah when their owners did not, they constitute a potent proof of the Nazis’ abiding concern with mate…
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Twentieth-century fascism was a political ideology encompassing totalitarianism, state terrorism, imperialism, racism, and, in Germany’s case, the most radical genocide of the last century: the Holocaust. Historians of the Holocaust tend to reject the notion of fascism as a causal explanation for its origins. Conversely, scholars of fascism present…
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A fost antisemitismul un factor de atracție pentru clerul ortodox român sau un semnal de alarmă pentru cei care simpatizau Mișcarea Legionară? Care este impactul presei bisericești asupra preoților și în ce măsură a influențat antisemitismul la nivelul clerului? Nu în ultimul rând, cum se raportează astăzi Biserica Ortodoxă Română la trecutul inter…
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În continuarea dialogului despre „Clerul ortodox și Mișcarea Legionară” Ionuț Biliuță vorbește despre modul în care clericii se raportează la violențele și crimele legionarilor. Discuția se îndreaptă spre figurile din rândul Mișcării care au avut aderență în rândul preoțimii și, totodată, spre clericii care promovează legionarismul. Marius Cazan și…
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Último programa del año!! Angelo ha visto Avatar 2: El sentido del agua, y como buen discípulo de James Cameron, viene a contarnos qué tal. Además recuperamos el especial navideño de Guardianes de la Galaxia y la peli de Ryan Reynolds y Will Ferrell de AppleTV+, y descubrimos que Reza por el Diablo es una película de policías.…
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În prima parte a dialogului pe care Marius Cazan îl poartă cu istoricul Ionuț Biliuță aflăm despre profilul socio-cultural al clerului BOR în perioada interbelică, diferite tipologii de preoți din mediul rural și din comunitățile urbane, diferențele regionale, implicarea în viața socială, factorii și contextele care-i fac pe preoți să se apropie de…
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Umanitatea stă în ochii privitorului? O întrebare la care Ana Bărbulescu și Diana Dumitru încearcă să găsească un răspuns, în cel mai recent episod al podcast-ului „Despre Holocaust”. Un dialog onest despre studierea Holocaustului în România și în Republica Moldova, despre participarea populației civile la înfăptuirea Holocaustului, despre asumarea…
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Bienvenidos al programa de Black Friday... Digo Panther! Black Panther 2! Wakanda Forever! Un capítulo de dos horazas y media con los estrenos más potentes en cines y plataformas: El Gabinete de curiosidades de Guillermo del Toro, AS Bestas, 1899 (la nueva serie de los creadores de Dark), The Kingdom Exodus de Lars Von Trier, Tales of the Jedi... A…
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Es hat tatsächlich geklappt: Irene und die vier Mädchen haben sich in Hamburg getroffen. Fast ein Jahr nach der ersten von zehn langen Videoschalten kommt Irene nach Deutschland. Aber nicht alles läuft, wie geplant…Diese ist die letzte Episode von Zeitkapsel. Danke, dass ihr Irenes Geschichte gehört habt.Mehr Infos zum Podcast findet ihr bei ndr.de…
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UMMO EXISTE! Y hemos estado allí. Y en el Festival de Sitges, también, viendo más de 100 películas entre los 4 entre las que hemos elegido las mejores, las peores, las más raras, las más sorprendentes... En fin, lo de todos los años. Audio extraído del directo en el canal de YouTube de Moviementarios.…
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