Nicole Frölich explores Berlin's Jewish past and present, from the New Synagogue in the Mitte district to the Jewish Museum in Kreuzberg. She visits Holocaust memorial sites and meets young Israelis in Berlin.
The museum, which will be known as MiQua, will focus on Cologne's Jewish history from the Middle Ages through the present day. German politicians at the ceremony discussed German anti-Semitism of the past and present.
Gunter Demnig has laid down over 60,000 brass-plated stumbling stones in 22 countries so that the victims of the Holocaust are never forgotten. The sculptor is turning 70 today.
Is it ok to take a selfie at a concentration camp? The new documentary, "Austerlitz," shows how casually tourists deal with Holocaust memorials. Their actions speak for themselves.
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