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Anne Frank’s diary: from the memory of the Holocaust to the current migration crisis | Culture

Anne Frank and her imaginary friend Kitty, in a still from ‘Where’s Anne Frank’, Ari Folman’s parents (Haifa, Israel, 58 years old) survived Auschwitz. So the Israeli filmmaker, an Oscar nominee with Waltz with Bashir (2008) and director of The congress (2013) —with which he prophesied the current triumph of the digital image—, had the […]

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The Holocaust told to the Arabs | Culture

Dubai has scored a goal by opening the first ever Holocaust exhibition in the Arab world. We remember it is a modest exhibition. Just a gallery with photos and reproductions in the Museum of the Crossing of Civilizations. But even in a city accustomed to firstfruits and records, it has a special meaning, as it […]

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“It was a number and now I am Marcus Degen”, the boy who boarded the Holocaust train | Culture

The memory of childhood is a shaky ground, because there are adults who remember some very early episodes, while most only do so after three, four or five years. For the Dutchman Marcus Degen, the past has returned when he is already in his eighties. Thanks to a new investigation carried out by two of […]

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