The world is marking 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp. Elke Gryglewski from the House of the Wannsee Conference museum in Berlin speaks about what it takes to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive for new generations.
Among anti-Semitic books available on the site is one written by a Nazi convicted of crimes against humanity. The museum called it 'hateful, virulently anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda.'
Germany has taken the rotating lead of the IHRA Holocaust remembrance intergovernmental body, 75 years after the end of World War II. Sweden's former Prime Minister Goran Persson initiated the alliance in 1998.
Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorates Nazi crimes worldwide. On January 27, 1945, the Soviet army liberated the prisoners in Auschwitz. What they found was unfathomable.
Topf & Sons helped make the Holocaust possible by building incinerators for Nazi concentration camps. After the war, the owners saw themselves as victims, with only one family member standing up to take responsibility.
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