A series of interviews and lectures from the Holocaust Educational Trust. Download individual podcasts here, or alternately subscribe via iTunes so that they can be delivered to your computer, iPod or other MP3 player automatically.
In this podcast, the Rt Hon David Miliband MP and Daniel Finkelstein, Executive Editor of The Times, discuss their family's personal connections to the Holocaust.
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Stephen Smith is Executive Director of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education. In this episode of the podcast, we bring you his keynote adress from November 2011 at the International Conference about the Holocaust and Other Genocides in the Hague.
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Sir Ian Kershaw is regarded as one of the world's leading experts on Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany. In this episode of the podcast, we bring you his speech from the Holocaust Educational Trust's Lord Merlyn-Rees Public Lecture on the topic of Nazi decision making during the Holocaust.
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Lawrence Siegel is a composer whose oratorio "Kaddish" sets the words of actual Holocaust survivors to music. In this episode of the podcast, he describes his approach to creating a musical response to the Holocaust and shares several pieces of music from "Kaddish".
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Known as the "Last Nazi Hunter" Efraim Zuroff is the director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center office in Jerusalem. His book Operation: Last Chance documents his ongoing efforts to bring Nazi war criminals to justice. In this episode of the podcast series, Dr. Zuroff shares his thoughts on why we must continue to pursue such cases.
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Frank Bialystok is a professor of Modern Jewish History at the University of Toronto and a founder of the Polish-Jewish Heritage Foundation. He was born in Poland in 1946. Today he is a leading scholar on Polish Jewish History. In this episode of our podcast series, he discusses modern Polish-Jewish relations.
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Thomas Buergenthal is a Holocaust survivor who went on to serve for 10 years as a Judge on the International Court of Justice at the Hague. His memoir A Lucky Child was published in 2009. This episode of the podcast series features a recording Professor Buergenthal speaking at the Holocaust Educational Trust's 2011 Annual Appeal Dinner.
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Norbert Hinterleitner is Head of the Education Department at the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. In this episode of the podcast, he discusses his organisation's work and some of the contemporary lessons that visitors to the Anne Frank House might learn from their experience there.
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Nick Robinson is the BBC Political Editor. In this episode of the podcast, recorded at the Holocaust Educational Trust's Student Ambassador Event, he discusses his own family's connection with Nazi persecution and answers questions from the audience about politics, prejudice, and the meaning of "Never Again".
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Martin Winstone is the author of The Holocaust Sites of Europe: An Historical Guide. In this episode of the podcast, he discusses some of the sites that he researched in writing his book and the educational value of visiting authentic Holocaust sites.
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Yiftach Meiri from the Yad Vashem International School for Holocaust Studies discusses how Israel's Holocaust consciousness differs from that of the UK and other countries.
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Professor Yehuda Bauer, one of the world’s leading scholars on the Holocaust, weighs in on the connection between the Holocaust and human rights.
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