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Tone on Tuesday 102: In memory of Philip Abram, architect and coalescer of small practices – Architecture and Design

| November 30, 2021

After a short hibernation, there can be no better way for Tone on Tuesday to return than to commemorate the life and work of architect Philip Abram.

Texts by Georges Bernanos that you have never read The National Discourse – The National Discourse

| November 30, 2021

Which Bernanos do you cherish the most? The author of Under the Sun of Satan and The Diary of a Country Priest, an obstinate surveyor of the rugged sides of the human soul

The Holocaust | USC Shoah Foundation

| November 27, 2021

Setting the Stage After World War I, Germany was in shambles and its people, led to believe they were winning the war right up until defeat, were in shock. Their leader, the Kaiser, was forced to step down and the Treaty of Versailles led to significant loss of land and citizens.

www.wikatu.com

| November 27, 2021

Ergebnisse, lter als eine Woche: Auf 160 Steinelementen sind dort die Namen von 64.440 in der NS-Zeit ermordeten sterreichischen Jdinnen undJudeneingemeielt... Die neue Shoah-Namensmauer im Wiener Ostarrichipark ist nicht unumstritten

Shoah survivor’s murder trial begins The Australian …

| November 27, 2021

TWO men have gone on trial over the 2018 murder of an elderly Jewish woman that provoked protests and alarm in France about antisemitic crime.

Procession, Reviewed: An Astonishing Collaboration with Victims of Sexual Abuse – The New Yorker

| November 23, 2021

Many current filmmakers have been expanding the art of documentaries, but none quite so boldly or originally as Robert Greene. His films, which include Kate Plays Christine and Bisbee 17, embody a philosophy of nonfiction that reaches into the very grammar of the genre.

Romania Passes Bill Mandating Holocaust and Jewish History Education in All High Schools – Algemeiner

| November 23, 2021

Romanias parliament passed a law on Monday that makes Holocaust and Jewish history education mandatory in all high schools throughout the country. The school subject will be called History of the Holocaust and the Jewish people, with curricula, teaching materials and methodology developed by the Elie Wiesel National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania, in collaboration with Romanias Ministry of Education.

‘Love It Was Not’ Documents An Unlikely Love Story In Auschwitz – Forbes

| November 23, 2021

Show Art for "Show It Was Not" Featuring an image of Franz Wunsch and Helena Citron Love it Was Not is a stunning documentary by Israeli director Maya Sarfaty about a romance between young Franz Wunsch, an Austrian SS Guard, and Helena Citron, a Jewish prisoner in Auschwitz.

Vaccines, violence and the far-right: a visit to Germany’s COVID infection capital – Haaretz

| November 23, 2021

LEIPZIG - Frauke and Peter are confused. On Monday, new coronavirus regulations are taking effect in the German state of Saxony, and they arent exactly sure what that means for their little book store. It will remain open, but from now on they may have to politely turn away unvaccinated customers.

Shoah Foundation’s Virtual Archive Purchased by CSUN Library to Preserve History – CSUN Today

| November 4, 2021

Ruth Ellen Glcksmann (center) in Margate, England in 1939, pictured with her foster mother, unknown woman and other foster children, shortly after arriving in England via the Kindertransport in May of 1939 from the Heim Isenberg home in Neu Isenberg, near Frankfurt Am Mein, for unmarried Jewish women and their children.


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