Traumatic experiences can cause people to suddenly lose their memory. Scientists have been investigating the mechanisms of amnesia. They found that patients' memories are still in the brain, but no longer accessible.
At the spot where the legendary festival took place 50 years ago, there's now a museum and music conference center chronicling and celebrating the history of Woodstock. But does it do justice to the historic events?
A Russian human rights group has unveiled its first Last Address plaque in Germany. The memorial, located outside a home in Thuringia, is part of an initiative commemorating victims of Soviet persecution.
15 years ago, right-wing extremists set off a nail bomb in Cologne's Keupstrasse, injuring 22 people. Now, an artist's plan to commemorate the victims is hitting roadblocks. What's stopping it?
In his novel about a Holocaust scholar, Yishai Sarid is critical of Israeli remembrance culture. In an interview with DW, he speaks about Auschwitz and the pornography of evil.
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