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Would you forgive the Nazi perpetrator? The Sunflower by Simon Wiesenthal

The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness is a philosophical narrative by Simon Wiesenthal about moral responsibility for crimes against humanity that raises the possibility of forgiveness of genocide. 1,101 more words

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Genocide in Rwanda: Me against my brother, by Scott Peterson

Unfortunately, the question of whether humanity as a whole learned a valuable moral lesson from the Holocaust was dramatically answered in the negative during the Rwandan genocide of 1994. 881 more words

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An incredible tale of survival: Alicia, my story

Raul Hilberg estimates that over a million Jews living under German occupation survived the Holocaust and were still alive at the end of WWII. ( 708 more words

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Remembering the "forgotten Holocaust": The Rape of Nanking, by Iris Chang

Iris Chang’s book, The Rape of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust of WWII describes one of the most brutal mass murders in world history: the massacre of over 300,000 Chinese men, women and children by Japanese soldiers in what she calls “an orgy of cruelty” in the (then) capital city of Nanking, during the winter of 1937. 750 more words

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An Impossible Conflict in the Gaza Strip: Rock the Casbah directed by Yariv Horowitz

The Holocaust underscored for the Jewish people—and for a large part of the world as well–the necessity of having your own nation. Deprived of full citizenship rights in many European countries and entirely stripped of human rights once the Nazis came to power, the Jews became ostracized and persecuted throughout Europe. 999 more words

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Romanian Film Shorts at TIFF 2014: Start Anew World/O Lume Noua; A Walk; To die of wounded love

TIFF 2014: Romanian Film Shorts II: Start Anew World/O Lume Noua; A Walk; To die of wounded love

article by Florian-Rareş Tileagă

translated from Romanian by Claudia Moscovici… 424 more words

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The Killing Fields: Genocide in Cambodia

The Killing Fields (1984) is a terrific movie based upon a horrific, real genocide. The Khmer Rouge, a Communist regime in Cambodia that ruled the country from 1975 to 1979, was responsible for the death of over 2 million people, out of a total population of 8 million. 848 more words

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