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Podcast: The Making of ‘Shoah’ by Claude Lanzmann Mar 7, 2019 Film & France & Holocaust & Judaism & Podcasts & BBC & Documentary & History Shoah is a 1985 French documentary film about the Holocaust, directed by Claude Lanzmann. It’s over nine hours long and took eleven years to make. Poland and the Jews Feb 18, 2019 Poland & Jews & Auschwitz & Antisemitism & Holocaust & Blog & London A Week in Auschwitz is a blog written by an unnamed British female PhD student whose research focuses on the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum’s Podcast: The U.S. Government’s Hunt for Josef Mengele Feb 17, 2019 Germany & Holocaust & Mengele & Marshals & USA Spycast is a podcast created by the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. The podcast is hosted by Dr. Vince Houghton, the museum’s historian What do Americans know about the Holocaust? Feb 9, 2019 YouTube & Education & Holocaust There’s a great need for Holocaust education. Syrian Human Rights Violations Compared to Holocaust Feb 9, 2019 Syria & USHMM & Holocaust Josh Rogin, writing in The Washington Post, compares the human rights violations of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to the Holocaust: What would Yale Professor Timothy Snyder on the Importance of the EU Feb 2, 2019 Holocaust & EU & History & Yale This is an address by Professor Timothy Snyder at the official annual International Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony held at the European ‘Schindler’s List’ Now on Netflix Feb 2, 2019 Holocaust & Film & Oscars & Poland & Germany & Moravia Schindler’s List follows the true story of Oskar Schindler, who saved more than 1,100 Jews during the Holocaust. The film opened on December 15, Poland: Revisionism Triumphs Over Accuracy Jan 29, 2019 Poland & Germany & Israel & Holocaust & Yad Vashem & USHMM Daniel Tilles, assistant professor of history at the Pedagogical University of Cracow, writing in Notes from Poland explains that Poland’s Follow-Up: Hungarian Jews Divided About Search for Holocaust Victims Jan 18, 2019 Hungary & Israel & Danube & Holocaust & Victims Following up on an earlier post, Reuters reports that Hungary’s largest Jewish group has asked to halt an Israeli-led effort to uncover the remains Podcast: BBC’s HARDtalk Tackles Rising Antisemitism Jan 11, 2019 Antisemitism & Holocaust & Judaism & Podcasts & Switzerland & USA & BBC & HARDtalk HARDtalk’s Stephen Sackur speaks to Pinchas Goldschmidt, the Swiss-born Chief Rabbi of Moscow and president of the Conference of European Rabbis on Podcast: “12 Years That Shook the World” Jan 3, 2019 Antisemitism & Germany & Holocaust & Judaism & Podcast & Poland & USA & Washington DC & Genocide & USHMM On December 14, 2018, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum launched a new podcast entitled “12 Years That Shook the World” to explore the continuing Richard Cohen: “Anti-Semitism is not just another opinion. The New York Times should know better.” Dec 25, 2018 NYTimes & Antisemitism & Books & Holocaust & Judaism & Ethics & Journalism & Newspaper Richard Cohen, writing in The Washington Post, about The New York Times interview of Alice Walker, author of “The Color Purple”: Over the After 25 Years Schinder’s List Still Relevant Dec 7, 2018 Film & Holocaust & Quotations & Video & Genocide & Interview & YouTube Marking the 25th anniversary of its release, Steven Spielberg explains to NBC’s Lester Holt why “Schindler’s List” remains relevant: Individual