As Germany’s parliament commemorated the victims of Nazism, historian and survivor Saul Friedländer addressed the body, telling of his own ordeal and the deaths of his parents.
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.
Historian and Holocaust survivor Saul Friedländer is the guest speaker at the German parliament's commemorative ceremony for the victims of the Nazis. Here's the story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
In a moving address, historian and Holocaust survivor Saul Friedländer said anti-Semitism was a "scourge" circulating through both the far-right and far-left. He also warned against growing nationalism.
The March of the Living took place in Poland, where participants gathered at the Auschwitz death camp. Israelis marked the day with silence and warnings about rising anti-Semitism.
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