Acts of vengeance in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War.
Europe’s Roma were the victims of Nazi genocide during the Second World War, but their persecution did not end in 1945.
Children’s accounts of surviving the Holocaust.
The Polish volunteer who infiltrated Auschwitz.
This episode examines the Nazi genocide through human interactions with three crime scenes.
Periods are a fact of life, but little talked about. How did women in the concentration camps cope with the private being made public in the most dire and extreme circumstances?
A children’s opera brought a brief respite from the terrors of the Holocaust.
A new law exposes the problematic nature of Holocaust remembrance.
As Holocaust survivors die, new approaches are required to tell their history, as shown in this unsentimental, emphatic account of the inhabitants of a Berlin street.
Struggling to make sense of the Holocaust, one Hungarian novelist came to the startling realisation that the 20th century’s darkest moment might not yield any lessons for posterity.