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    Young Americans' Reponse to the Nazi Threat

    The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum hosted an online panel discussion titled, “How Did Young Americans Respond to the Nazi Threat?” Museum historians Edna Friedberg and Rebecca Erbelding…

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    The Ravine

    National Book Award-winning historian Wendy Lower recounted the mass killings in Ukraine that occurred during the Holocaust. This was a virtual event hosted by Harvard Book Store in…

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    The Holocaust: One Family's Survival Story

    In observance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the National World War II Museum hosted an online event with survivor Steven Hess. Hess and his sister Marion are one of the few sets of…

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    The Holocaust at the Local Level

    Omer Bartov talked about the Holocaust experience in one Eastern European town that had been a community of Poles, Ukrainians, and Jews. Mr. Bartov is the author of Anatomy of a Genocide:…

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    Nuremberg Prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz

    At age 27, Benjamin Ferencz served as the chief U.S. prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials for the case against 22 leaders of the Einsatzgruppen, which were mobile Nazi death squads responsible for…

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    "Americans and the Holocaust" Exhibit, Part 1

    Curator Daniel Greene gave a tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum exhibit which uses films, artifacts, and documents to explore how the U.S. public and government officials reacted…

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    Capture of Nazi War Criminal Adolf Eichmann

    Author Neal Bascomb discussed his book, “Hunting Eichmann: How a Band of Survivors and a Young Spy Agency Chased Down the World’s Most Notorious Nazi.” Mr. Bascomb described how a tip from…

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    Nazi Persecution and Murder of the Disabled

    During World War II, a secret Nazi “euthanasia” program code-named T4 systematically murdered an estimated 250,000 people with mental and physical disabilities. Most were native-born…

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    Nuremberg

    This 1948 U.S. Army documentary of the Nuremberg trials was first screened in Germany in November, 1948 and was not released in the U.S. until a restored version was completed by a team in 2016. Using…

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    The Volunteer

    Journalist Jack Fairweather recounted the efforts of Witold Pilecki, a member of the Polish resistance during World War II, who volunteered to be deliberately captured and sent to Auschwitz…

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    Here is Germany

    Originally titled “Know Your Enemy: Germany” and intended for release during World War II, this U.S. War Department film was revised after Germany’s surrender into an orientation film for…

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    I Want You to Know We're Still Here

    Esther Safran Foer remembered her childhood as the daughter of Holocaust survivors and her search for lost family members. This was a virtual event hosted by the Museum of Jewish Heritage…

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    Mengele

    David Marwell, former director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage, recounted the life of Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele. This was a virtual event hosted by Labyrinth Books and Princeton…

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    By Chance Alone

    Holocaust survivor Max Eisen reflected on his life and his imprisonment at Auschwitz during World War II.

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    Holocaust Graphic Novel Maus

    Florida Atlantic University Holocaust Studies Chair Alan Berger talked about Art Spiegelman’s graphic novel Maus, which depicts Spiegelman’s relationship with his father, a Holocaust survivor.…

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    Holocaust Scholarship Evolution

    This was a discussion about how understanding of the Holocaust has evolved since the end of World War II. Scholars talked about the many ways in which people engage with and learn about the…

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    Citizen 865

    Author and journalist Debbie Cenziper talked about her book, Citizen 865: The Hunt for Hitler’s Hidden Soldiers in America, in which she reported on the Nazi war criminals who secretly…

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    Remembering the Holocaust

    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., hosted a commemorative ceremony to remember those who perished and to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day -…

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    75th Anniversary of Auschwitz Liberation

    Foreign dignitaries and Holocaust survivors gathered to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp run by Nazis during World War II. The…

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    Combating Hate Crimes

    The House Oversight and Reform Committee held a hearing remembering the Holocaust, 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, and to discuss how to combat bigotry, discrimination, and…

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