Adolf Eichmann

The "Operation Finale" star warns his new movie isn’t just about "a closed capsule of history, but something that could happen again."
The problem with a short documentary with so fascinating a subject as Claude Lanzmann, it leaves you wanting more, especially
To reduce Arendt herself, or this book, to a few bullet points is almost laughably inadequate in many respects, as will be apparent to anyone already acquainted with Arendt's life and work.
The Act of Killing closes with a scene of one death squad killer retching at the site of many of the murders he committed, after playing the victim in one fictional re-enactment of their crimes - a particularly chilling reminder that ordinary people, not monsters, lie behind even the greatest atrocities in history.
In the early 1940s, Jan Karski was a courier for the Polish underground who snuck into the Warsaw Ghetto and then tried to warn Allied leaders about the Nazi extermination of Europe's Jews. At approximately the same time, Hannah Arendt -- a brilliant philosophy student and refugee from Germany -- was fleeing an internment camp in France, and finally arrived in New York.
Robert Rosen's newest book Bobby in Naziland: A Portrait of the Author As a Young Jew explores the author's childhood growing up in 1950's and 1960's postwar Jewish Brooklyn under the shadow of the Holocaust.
Soon no more Holocaust survivors will be alive, and our duty of remembering and understanding increases. This means, among other things, that we must face the uncomfortable truths about human nature that Auschwitz symbolizes.
The experiment was actually more complicated since the shocks were also constructed as part of punishment/reward scenario
{This was originally posted to The Screaming Pope, Francis Levy's blog of rants and reactions to contemporary politics, art
It was as if I went back to Germany and found the Nazis in power crowing about the murder of the Jews, said Oppenheimer, who