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Three years into their imprisonment in Africa, the exiles published a book documenting the detention from which they repeatedly tried to escape
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Discovered in the National Library archives, Himmler’s message to the Mufti decried the “Jewish invaders”, while sending “warm wishes for your continued struggle…”
Years before Eichmann was brought to Israel to stand trial, the notorious mass-murderer visited Mandatory Palestine in 1937 while disguised as a journalist.
One of the most despicable books in human history ever published is Mein Kampf. This is the story of Sein Kampf (His Struggle, An Answer to Hitler), and the woman who wrote it.
Every work of art that did not conform to the Nazi definitions was declared “degenerate art” (Entartete Kunst), art that in the opinion of the German rulers from 1933-1945 was not art, but rather a scribble that was mocking of the German people
How did the Nazis, within a short time, destroy general conventions of the modern world pertaining to humanity, law and culture?
Everything went “strictly by the book,” using means that were permitted by the constitution
Jewish organizations appealed to the public to forgo the purchase of goods from Germany
The Nuremberg Laws remained in effect until the end of the Third Reich, and were also implemented in Austria after it joined Germany in 1938, as well as in all of the territories occupied by Germany during WWII
What was special about this film that made its way from the studios in Berlin to the movie theaters in Eretz Israel?
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