SOURCE: Associated Press
"The Polish League Against Defamation is ideologically aligned with the country’s ruling party, and the scholars see that as an indication the case is part of a government-backed effort to promote its historical narrative."
SOURCE: New York Times
"Public prosecutors in Germany have indicted a 95-year-old woman for her role supporting the Nazi killing machinery as a secretary in a concentration camp, charging her with 10,000 counts of being an accessory to murder, and complicity in attempted murders."
SOURCE: Washington Post
COVID forced a fast shift to video chat to record interviews with Holocaust survivors for the US Holocaust Museum's oral history project.
SOURCE: Times of Israel
Historian Lukasz Krzyzanowski argues that most Poles today are “unwilling to accept the bitter fact that they live in a post-genocidal land.”
After an Online ‘Onslaught’ over Exhibit on Racial Justice, a Florida Holocaust Museum Vows Not to Back Down
A Florida Holocaust museum's decision to feature an exhibition of photographs taken during recent protests over police killings of Black Americans raised questions about the museum's mission and whether the Holocaust can be remembered and its victims honored by comparing the genocide of European Jews to other instances of systemic racism.
SOURCE: New York Times
Professor Hackett was noted for translating "The Buchenwald Report," made by German-speaking US military officers who described in detail their findings at the liberated concentration camp, preserving a key document for the fight against Holocaust denialism. He died of complications of the coronavirus.
by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen
Without living memories, pop culture will inevitably become the main source of knowledge for many of us.
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