Holocaust scholar Rafael Medoff suggests why F.D.R. failed to save European Jewry in World War II and how Wise was complicit. With Thane Rosenbaum.

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Jerusalem Post European Affairs Correspondent Benjamin Weinthal discusses Germany and antisemitism, BDS on European campuses, and how Western Europeans will never forgive Israelis for the Holocaust. A 2018 program of ISGAP from the ISGAP Center in NYC.

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Peter Hayes, Professor Emeritus of Holocaust Studies at Northwestern University and author of Why? Explaining the Holocaust, discusses crucial questions in Holocaust Studies. From the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, at the JCC of Harrison, NY.

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National President Emeritus of the ADL Abe Foxman discusses his youth as a “hidden child” of the Holocaust and his life as a survivor. With Mark S. Golub on L’Chayim.

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Moshe Avital describes how his lovely life as a child in Czechoslovakia came to a brutal end in the Holocaust and how he and his family were sent in cattle cars to Auschwitz, where he sought to survive with his brother. Part 2. JBS Original series.

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Op-ed writer and novelist Thane Rosenbaum, Director of the Forum on “Law, Culture, & Society” at NYU Law School, discusses what it means to be an authentic liberal and assesses both Israel and the critics of Israel. L’Chayim with Mark S. Golub.

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Judy Gelman Myers speaks with Vanessa Lapa, director of “The Decent One”, a documentary that uses a collection of diaries, documents, photographs and letters from the family of Heinrich Himmler to expose the inner workings of the architect of the Final Solution.

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Lecturer and author ,” Rabbi Ken Spiro, surveys the history of Antisemitism from the Dark Ages through the Holocaust to the present today. From the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City.

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Award-winning filmmaker Michael King, director of the documentary “The Rescuers”, that traces the efforts of heroic diplomats who rescued Jews during World War II, sits with Judy Gelman Myers on “New Jewish Cinema”.

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French director Diane Kurys describes her experience living on a Kibbutz during the 6-Day War, and how she used the story of her parents’ meeting in a French internment camp, and what she knows of their subsequent life together, as the foundation for her latest film “For A Woman.” On “New Jewish Cinema” with Judy […]

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