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  • “Never Again” - Lesbian & Gay Pride, London 1983 

    Refers to the nazi persecution and murder of LGBT during the holocaust

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  • Hitler Never Gave the Order - So Who Did? - WW2 Special

    Hitler Never Gave the Order – So Who Did? – WW2 Special

    Hitler Never Gave the Order – So Who Did? – WW2 Special
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  • Frieda Jungst


    Frieda Jungst just an ordinary name

    Frieda Jungst just an ordinary girl

    Frieda Jungst not a soldier or terrorist

    Frieda Jungst not someone being a risk to the population

    Frieda Jungst just a girl with a dress, socks, shoes and a teddy bear

    Frieda Jungst she should still be alive

    Frieda Jungst murdered because she was a Jew

    Frieda Jungst daughter of Abraham and Dora (nee Frydman) Jungst,…


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    #Auschwitz#Belgiun#Charleroi#History#Holocaust #Murder of a child #World War 2
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    On May 10th, 2008 I visited Auschwitz-Birkenau, not as a photographer but as an unwilling tourist. When I left two hours later, I had been inspired to create the 15 images that became “The Ghosts of Auschwitz-Birkenau.”

    On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, please join me for a live conversation about this very unusual experience and these 15 images.

    #cole thompson#colethompson#fine art #b&w b&w photography black and white #black & white #b&w#bnw #fine art photo #noir et blanc #art#auschwitz#holocaust #Holocaust Rememberance day
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  • The Song of Names (2019)

    #the song of names #holocaust#book adaptation#Norman Lebrecht #World War II #world war ii film #drama film#holocaust film#Tim Roth#Jonah Hauer-King#Luke Doyle #movies to watch
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  • But isn’t it difficult to forgive an act like the Holocaust or something as serious without possibly allowing it, in a certain sense, to happen again? How can one forgive without effacing the gravity of such an event? 

    It is not a question of “forgiving the Holocaust” in the social sphere. Once again, if there is judgment, the criminal must be punished. There is a public discourse, and it must be continued as a discourse of condemnation, of settling accounts. We can forgive individually those who ask for forgiveness. Imagine a person who entered the Nazi party at the age of twenty and who committed horrible acts in a camp. He turns forty, fifty years of age, has traveled a certain path, and asks, conscious of the horror of his crime, to speak, to be transformed. I tell him that his acts will be judged and punished, that he will be asked for explanations, that he will be asked to make reparations in various ways. But I also tell him that he will be permitted - and this is where forgiveness will intervene - to transform himself, to free himself from this stigma. He will be allowed not to forget but to start over.

    And if there is no repentance? If there is no remorse? 

    Then there is no forgiveness to offer. Once again, I may not be Christian enough. Those who call on an absolute forgiveness without repentance are in an oblativite, a generosity that is fascinating and very charitable, but they fail to take into account the bond. Once there is a bond, there is a need to safeguard a certain number of prohibitions and limits, which the act of judgment must reinforce. Again, the judgment must not be symmetrical to the crime. I find that what is still practiced in the United States, where the criminal is punished with means analogous to the means of the crime, is unacceptable. 

    Which is, in any case, not possible. Even if they kill a man who has murdered twenty people, it’s never equivalent. 

    It’s never equivalent, and it’s especially not dissuasive, as many advocates of the death penalty claim it to be. For the criminal who is in sadistic escalation, the more he is threatened with death, the more excited he is, and the more he kills. 

    And that end transforms him into a hero. 

    It transforms him into a hero and stimulates him.

    – “Forgiveness: An Interview,” Julia Kristeva interviewed by Alison Rice

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    Originally posted by ungratefulninja11

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    -fae

    #black lives matter #blm #black lives still matter #tw holocaust#Holocaust #civil rights movement #martinlutherkingjr #martin luther king
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  • Martin Luther King Jr and Anne Frank were both born in 1929. They’d be 91 this year.

    That really puts a difference on the perspective of time on the Civil Rights Movement and the Holocaust. It wasn’t that long ago.

    But it also puts perspective of something else.

    Any good anti-Nazi and BLM ally knows Nazi Germany got its ideas from how Black People were treated during the Jim Crow and Slavery era. They got their ideas from the attempted genocide of America’s Native Americans.

    But that fact makes it sound so long ago. As if Nazis saw America’s past and thought “Wow. Your history is full of great ideas.”

    But this new perspective of time. These atrocities were happening at the same time. America declared itself the good guys while fighting enemies that were just copying its monstrous practices (like the fucking hypocrites we are).

    Because, in truth, Nazi Germany saw what America was currently doing and said “Wow. That’s a great idea! Let me copy you.” As if it’s some sick “Let me copy your homework, but change the words slightly so it’s not obvious we cheated” joke.

    Then you look at how Germany took so long to declare war on America. In truth they really didn’t until America joined because Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.

    (Side Note: America then copied Germany’s ideas of interment camps. Which was America copying Germany copying America. Weird right? Also a little ironic, copying the enemy.)

    Then you have to ask yourself. Why did Germany not want to be at war with America despite all of the equipment and help America was sending to France and Great Britain?

    The American School system frames it as “Lol. America big bad. Little wimpy Hitler knew he couldn’t beat us and Russia. We big bad.”

    But what if it’s not something else? After all, they are COPYING us (as in doing exactly as we were CURRENTLY doing) with their treatment of Jews.

    Maybe, perhaps, Hitler saw us as an ally? Saw a kinship with America? Two countries driving the populations they see as inferior into the dirt.

    This is all just speculation from me. All theories. But just think about it, because that idea isn’t so crazy. It’s certainly not as crazy as some of the conspiracy theories out there.

    And that should scare you.

    -fae

    #black lives matter #blm #black lives still matter #tw nazi#nazi#ww2#holocaust
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  • Death Dealer of Kovno

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    The Kaunas pogrom was a massacre of Jews living in Kaunas, Lithuania, that took place on June 25–29, 1941. The most infamous incident occurred at the garage of NKVD Kaunas section, a nationalized garage of Lietukis, where several dozen Jewish men were publicly tortured and executed on June 27 in front of a crowd of cheering Lithuanian men, women and children. The incident was documented by a German soldier who photographed the event as a Lithuanian man nicknamed the “Death Dealer” beat each man to death with a metal bar. Allegedly after the massacre, the young man put the crowbar to one side, fetched an accordion and went and stood on the mountain of corpses and played the Lithuanian national anthem. 

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  • Inception Lockdown, and A Holocaust Tale – The Australian Jewish News

    Inception Lockdown, and A Holocaust Tale – The Australian Jewish News

    Two Nice Jewish Boys is a weekly Israeli podcast in English. Naor Meningher and Eytan Weinstein offer you a glimpse of Israel and some of the interesting people here.

    Since February 2017 Two Nice Jewish Boys is featured on the website of the Jewish Journal, America’s top Jewish news outlet.

    Naor Meninger is an independent filmmaker. He’s obsessed with Italy and runs the Israeli parmesan…


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    Manuel Luis Quezon y Molina was born on August 19, 1878. Under his presidency, the Philippines opened her doors to over a thousand German and Austrian Jews fleeing persecution. He served as a soldier during the Philippine-American War—the fight in defense of Philippine independence—in the late 19th century prior to serving as President in 1935. During World War II, he led a government-in-exile in the United States. He died in New York in 1944.

    (He was in my dream so I decided to post this)

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  • A symphony written on toliet paper by an Auschwitz prisoner.

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  • Am 27. Januar ist der Internationale Tag des Gedenkens an die Opfer des #Holocaust. Wir erhalten die Erinnerungen an alle Opfer des NS-Regimes an diesem Tag aufrecht und putzen auch die #Stolpersteine
    Kein Name darf in Vergessenheit geraten! @stolpersteine @stadt_plauen #Plauen (hier: Plauen)
    https://www.instagram.com/p/CKHpjMhq8Kq/?igshid=139lrp10xi7n5

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  • The Collective Assassin: the insecurity and victimhood behind Israel’s militarism

    Israel’s self-perception as forever-threatened is an unshakable psychological constant justifying attack on perceived enemies, Emad Moussa explains. Fear, anger, and vengeance are directed at what Israelis see as a Nazi replacement, anyone who presents a threat to the state of Israel. Iran replaced Iraq as Iraq replaced Egypt, and Palestinians – always.

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  • Babbitt (1934)


     

    Babbitt (1934) Sinclair Lewis’ methodical character study of American conformity and Boosterism is here reduced to marital melodrama. Guy Kibbe, known for comic performances, such as in “Big Hearted Herbert” released the same year with almost the same cast, inhabits George Babbitt in such a brash, blustering monotone that I wondered what W. C. Fields might have made of this role. “In a small…


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    𝑆𝑐ℎ𝑖𝑛𝑑𝑙𝑒𝑟’𝑠 𝐿𝑖𝑠𝑡 (1993)

    𝗗𝗶𝗿𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗲𝗱 𝗯𝘆 𝗦𝘁𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗻 𝗦𝗽𝗶𝗲𝗹𝗯𝗲𝗿𝗴

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  • Moshe Hecht- A cheeky boy

    Moshe Hecht- A cheeky boy

    This little cheeky boy is called Moshe Hecht.

    I would like to tell you his story. When you Google his name you will see that Moshe Hecht is a singer in a band, the Moshe Hecht band.

    However the cheeky boy Moshe Hecht is not that Moshe Hecht.

    I would like to tell you that Moshe Hecht grew up to become a successful business man, an award winning entrepeneur. Or that he grew up to become a great…


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