SOURCE: New York Times
A Secret Diary Chronicled the ‘Satanic World’ That Was Dachau
For two years, a prisoner in the German concentration camp kept a journal that would later be used to convict those who had persecuted him and killed his fellow prisoners.
SOURCE: The New York Times
The Mission to Hunt Nazis Has Become a Race Against Time
The latest target was a 94-year-old man in Tennessee said to have been a guard at a concentration camp in Germany. “These people are old, and they’re dying,” a prosecutor said of the cases’ urgency.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said the U.S. is running concentration camps. Historians are divided on her statement.
The historical origins of the term and how some historians interpreted her statement.
From "Ghettos" to "Concentration Camps," the Battle over Words
by Daniel B. Schwartz
We can and should learn from the Holocaust to fight against racism and dehumanization, mindful of what they can lead to, but we should avoid comparisons that collapse the distance between the Holocaust and current events and result in the trivialization of the former.
SOURCE: Latino Rebels
Don’t Be Outraged They’re Being Called Concentration Camps. Be Outraged They Exist.
by Eladio Bobadilla
We should call Trump’s detentions centers what they are: concentration camps.
SOURCE: Vice News
The Holocaust Prisoners Who Risked Their Lives to Sneak Evidence from Concentration Camps
A new exhibition at London's Wiener Library tells the story of the men and women who enlightened the world as to what was happening in the extermination camps.
German Idea to Fight Anti-Semitism: Make Immigrants Tour Concentration Camps
The idea, proposed by Sawsan Chebli, a Berlin state legislator of Palestinian heritage, received a significant boost on Wednesday when the leaders of Germany’s Central Council of Jews and the far larger World Jewish Congress agreed with her.
Allied forces knew about Holocaust two years before discovery of concentration camps, secret documents reveal
Archive shows Adolf Hitler was indicted for war crimes in 1944.
SOURCE: The Daily Mail
Holocaust-denying historian David Irving organizes 'disgusting' £2,000-a-head holiday tours of former concentration camps and Hitler's HQ so people can 'make up their own mind about the truth'
Irving, 77, is notorious for his attempts to play down the extent of the Holocaust, and his insistence that Hitler was unaware of the plan to exterminate the Jews.
Unfinished film about the Holocaust made in 1945 to finally be seen by audiences
In this review NYT columnist Roger Cohen urges the film be widely distributed to combat Holocaust Denial.
Former Auschwitz Guard on Trial Says He Shares ‘Moral Guilt’
93-year-old Oskar Groening acknowledged working at Auschwitz
SOURCE: The New Yorker
Two new histories show how the Nazi concentration camps worked.
by Adam Kirsch
Over the several phases of their existence, prisoners were treated simultaneously as inmates to be corrected, enemies to be combatted, and workers to be exploited.
SOURCE: Guardian (UK)
Survivor recalls Dachau, where SS terror began 80 years ago
Max Mannheimer will never forget the words of his block leader when he entered the gates of Dachau concentration camp on 6 August 1944. "You're veterans at this by now," said the prisoner, a communist. "You know that the most important thing is not to draw attention to yourselves if you want to survive."Behind Max, then aged 24, and his younger brother Edgar had lain a long and gruelling trudge through Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Theresienstadt, and the Warsaw ghetto, during which the siblings had lost their entire family, most of them in Auschwitz, simply for being Jewish.In Dachau, Mannheimer was assigned the prisoner number 87098. "It was the last camp number I would ever have," the 93-year-old said. "But I took the block leader's message on board: 'You've got this far, just keep your head down, as the SS will pounce on you for the smallest violation'." He was liberated nine months later by US troops from a Dachau sub-camp, where one of his last jobs had been to cart the corpses of prisoners into the mortuary. Stricken with typhus, he had been reduced to skin and bones, weighing just 47kg. "I was a skeleton," he said. "I cried with both joy and despair."...
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