Tag: The Holocaust

Sometimes, apparently trivial expressions of bigotry can take on surprising importance. (More…)

For those on the Anglophone left, the issue of Antisemitism has taken on increasing significance in recent years. (More…)

“We don’t give accounts to Israelis.” The last stage in completing the paperwork for an online bank account, I’d just submitted my passport for review. (More…)

The rape of hundreds of thousands of German women in the waning days of the Second World War has historically gotten short shrift, both as crime and tragedy. (More…)

When a band has been around as long as Wire, starting off a new record with the line “It’s nothing new” feels like a dare. (More…)

Hitler never pretended to like Jews. His hatred was unambiguous. (More…)

Perhaps it is a sign of the wounds inflicted by National Socialism that so much speculative fiction has been written exploring how things might have turned out differently. (More…)

Voters in the German state of Thuringia are set to elect a new state parliament on Sunday. The electoral season has been marred by a rash of death threats against leading candidates. (More…)

I’ve never gotten the hang of taking trains in Germany. I avoid using them whenever possible. (More…)