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  • 16 Mar 2018
    Nikolay Koposov

    Is Poland’s New Memory Law a Case of Holocaust Denial?

    Nikolay Koposov, author of 'Memory Laws, Memory Wars: The Politics of the Past in Europe and Russia,' relates his research to current political controversy in Poland.

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  • 2 Mar 2018

    A Journey Through the Life of Friedrich Kellner, diarist of My Opposition: A German Against the Third Reich

      My Opposition: The Diary of Friedrich Kellner – A German against the Third Reich    

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  • 15 Oct 2015
    Douglas Porpora

    Objectivity and Neutrality

    At one point in my book Reconstructing Sociology, I ask readers to consider a question that goes back to Isaiah Berlin. I would like to start by posing it now also to you: Which of the following is the most objective statement about the Holocaust: (i) In World War II, six million Jews lost their […]

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  • 1 Mar 2010

    Hilary Earl on New Books in History

    Marshall Poe’s latest podcast on New Books in History features historian Hilary Earl and The Nuremberg SS-Einsatzgruppen Trial, 1945-1958. In the first historical examination of the arrest, prosecution, and punishment of the leaders of the SS-Einsatzgruppen, Earl takes on one of the most important and insufficiently studied trials of the Holocaust. Posing hard-hitting questions on the nature of mass murder, Earl’s unique interdisciplinary approach synthesizes a range of historical, social, scientific, and legal resources to provide new insight into the individual motivations of those who sought to carry out the Final Solution.

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