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We are fast approaching a time when opinions no longer matter. When the voices of the triumphant do rise over the fallen, but in jaunt paltry volumes, taut shades. 531 more words

Creative Writing

Sara Reads no. 19

Little Things, Big Differences
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the ability of a single person to effect significant and sweeping change. Here’s two stories on the subject that recently caught my eye: 923 more words

Sara Reads

Communal Memory

As published in the Jewish News: http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/communal-memory-and-where-we-are-now/  on 13th December 2016

When members of a community pass on, the memories they have shared and left behind take on a life of their own. 714 more words

Boris K. and Wig Heil

The minister of culture and minority rights Cris Is Evayzhun was walking along the Phenomenonpublic boulevard with parliament member Iana Goatson (of GOAT – Government Approved Thou-shall-nots, as well as CleronationalVoxPIOUpuli ), his wife, and he plucked away from the rich history of Germany. 578 more words


Leni Riefenstahl: groundbreaking, yet infamous filmmaker at the heart of the Third Reich

As one of the notorious survivors of the Nazi regime, Leni Riefenstahl was a polarising figure mainly in the post-WWII era, as she was a remarkable artist with films like Triumph of the Will and Olympia, but her works were inevitably associated with the infamy of the Nazi regime. 953 more words

Views From The Present

NSDAP Program (‘25 Points’) - Part 1

The NSDAP’s 25-point program was published on February 24, 1920 when Adolph Hitler officially added ‘NS’ to ‘DAP’ and thus renamed now pretty much already his party. 782 more words

Should We Worry About The Successful Re-edition of "Mein Kampf" in Europe?

​A year after its publication in Germany in the form of a critical edition, the pamphlet of Hitler has sold 85,000 copies, especially to history buffs. 729 more words