Themen

CfP: To stay or go? Jews in Europe in the immediate aftermath of the Holocaust

Call for Papers
“To stay or go? Jews in Europe in the immediate aftermath of the Holocaust”

Antisemitism in contemporary Europe

International Panel Discussion
Thursday, April 7, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Helena Rubinstein Auditorium

Curt C. and Else Silberman Seminar for University Faculty 2011

The Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies announces the 2011 Silberman Seminar for college and

German War of Extermination in Ukraine and its Acteurs

On June 22, 2011, it will be seventy years since the invasion of the Soviet Union by the German Wehrmacht, so-called "Operation Barbarossa".

The Road to „Solidarity” - 1975-1980

The album "The Road to 'Solidarity' - 1975-1980" demonstrates, step by step, how the breakthrough in Polish consciousness came about; how collectively – in the depths of the

Method workshop for Professionals in the Field of German-Israeli Youth Exchange

ConAct offers a method workshop for Professionals in the Field of German-Israeli Youth Exchange.

Video lecture: "Insight and Perspectives from Holocaust Researchers and Historians"

New feature on Yad Vashem website: "Insight and Perspectives from Holocaust Researchers and Historians", offers short insightful lectures on topice of broad interest to public.

International Conference: Forced labour in Hitler's Europe

During World War II, the National Socialist regime deployed and exploited millions of forced labourers in the German Reich, the Axis nations and countries under German military occupation.

The gipsy camp at Salzburg-Maxglan (1939-1943)

In 1939 the national socialist authorities createt a so-called gipsy camp in Salzburg. About 230 Sinti and Romanies werde imprisoned there. Men, women and children were forced into hard labour.

Remembering means working. About the remembrance of Sinti and Romanies, who died during the nazi terror

Has Austria learnt its lesson from history? What about Austria’s part of responsibility for the Holocaust? Developments on the local level indicate the country’s temper very well.

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