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Holocaust

09.12.2015
- Languages: it
A few years ago, British historian Tony Judt identified two main phases in the evolution of European memory after the Second World War: the first took shape in 1945, the second after 1989. This picture entirely eclipses an aspect which is of great historical significance: the presence everywhere in Europe of collaborationist forces that actively supported Nazism, and the fact that serious war crimes were committed by all parties involved in the conflict, including the winners.
27.07.2015
- Languages: de

Recently the Lüneburg District Court has been dealing with the so-called “Hungary Action”, the murder of over 300,000 people during the summer of 1944 at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Extermination Camp. When the trial opened, 93 year-old Oskar Gröning stood accused of being an accessory to murder, having served as a member of the SS in the camp's "Prisoners' Property Administration".

13.07.2015
- Languages: fr

Has the National Front changed? The recent and highly covered dispute between Marine Le Pen and her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, seems to mark an irreversible turn in the history of the French extreme right.

14.05.2015
- Languages: fr
The European Union has made huge progress on the path of unification in almost all aspects of its citizens’ lives. Yet, in its relations with the outside world, and especially with the Arab-Israeli conflict, it remains largely a disparate body, where the nation states that constitute it, agree on principles but each keeps its own autonomy of expression and action.
09.05.2015
- Languages: de
Seventy years after the end of the Second World War, commemoration of the Holocaust and the remembrance of National Socialism is not only central to German history, but also to the global order. In many parts of the world the Holocaust has become associated with a moral imperative, there is even talk of the universalisation of the Holocaust.
26.01.2015
- Languages: de
National cultures of memory are often interwoven, in both a positive and a negative sense. This has been apparent in the relationship between German and Italian cultures of memory since the last three decades of the nineteenth century, when both countries first appeared on the stage of international politics as newly-united nations.