Kategorie: Zweiter Weltkrieg

Reflections on Researching Digitized Personal Files of Sinti and Roma Created by Berlin’s Criminal Police in Nazi Germany

By Lara Raabe Editorial note: Lara Raabe is a graduate history student at the Humboldt University Berlin. She is currently writing her master’s thesis on the role of Sinti and Roma in the Einsatzgruppen Trial in Nuremberg, 1947-1948. She works in the field of Holocaust and Memory Studies as well as the History of Sinti and Roma in Europe. She completed her internship at the GHI in Washington, DC, in the spring and summer of 2022. The Sinti and Roma minority in Europe suffered … Continue reading Reflections on Researching Digitized Personal Files of Sinti and Roma Created by Berlin’s Criminal Police in Nazi Germany

Cafés as Sites of Migrant Knowledge Exchange: The Case of Ottoman Jews in Interwar Paris

During the interwar period and much of World War II, the Parisian café Le Bosphore served as a focal point of sociability and knowledge exchange for Sephardi Jews from the former Ottoman Empire.

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Gewalträume und Gewalttransfer. Ein Panel auf der internationalen Konferenz zur Geschichte und Erinnerung der nationalsozialistischen Konzentrationslager

Vom 18. bis 21. Mai 2021 veranstalteten die Arbeitsgemeinschaft der KZ-Gedenkstätten und die Stiftung Brandenburgische Gedenkstätten in Kooperation mit der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin sowie der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung eine internationa…

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