This scientist used imaging techniques to rescue sound from the Nuremberg trials

"Here's something you don't hear every day: a Supreme Court justice grilling the top brass of the Nazi Party in court. But archivists are working to digitize thousands of old audio recordings of the Nuremberg trials, which will then be released to the public, likely in 2020."

CfA: International Summer School of the Digital Interview Collections at the Freie Universität Berlin. (Application Deadline: May 19, 2019)

“Closed Borders. Recollections of Flight, Migration and Exile in Video Testimonies of Holocaust Survivors.”(July 24-31, 2019)

Dear Colleagues,

Research Query: Hidden children during the Shoah

In light of the recent Vatican annoucement that it is opening its World War II archives, I'm writing an historical article for Tablet Magazine about hidden children who were not returned to surviving family members willingly, or those where a court battle was necessary to effect the return, as in the case of Robert and Gerald Finaly. 

I would like to contact scholars in this area as well as those who are familiar with Rabbi Itzhak HaLevi Herzog's (z"l) attempt to gain information about those children hidden with Catholic families or in Catholic institutions. 

Recordatorio: Convocatoria: Seminario sobre Holocausto, Genocidio y Violencia Masiva, fecha de limite 3/29/19

Seminario internacional para el cuerpo docente universitario
Holocausto, Genocidio y Violencia Masiva
17 a 21 de junio de 2019
Ciudad de México, México
Fecha límite de solicitudes: 29 de marzo de 2019


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