Auschwitz

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Dita Kraus, the woman who survived Auschwitz … and the coronavirus | Culture

Dita Kraus, at her home in Netanya (Israel), with a copy of her autobiography, published in English by Penguin. “During the many hours that I spend in the hospital bed, in a kind of sleepless sleep, my mind wanders into the dark cellar of my memory. There are the memories, locked up for decades, too […]

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‘The Auschwitz report’: against the abyss of forgetfulness | Culture

In the end credits of The Auschwitz report its director, the Slovak Peter Bebjak, throws on the viewer a 77-year ellipsis that encloses the entire abyss of forgetfulness. The film ends and, over the black fade with the team names, a series of audios are heard that refer directly to the present. It is more […]

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