Life is Beautiful

Win the world’s biggest jackpot Life is beautiful ( La vita è bella in Italian) is a 1997 film, written, directed and starring Roberto Benigni . Benigni plays Guido Orefice, an Italian Jew who owns a bookstore, who must use his fertile imagination to protect his little son from the horrors of a Nazi concentration …

Il Rosa Nudo

Il Rosa Nudo (Naked Rose) is a 2013 film written and directed by Giovanni Coda . The film has been filmed at Quartu Sant’Elena and Siliqua in Sardinia , Italy, and has been presented and projected at the 2013 national premiere of the Torino GLBT Film Festival – Da Sodoma to Hollywood . The film …

In Darkness

In Darkness (in Polish , W ciemności ) is a 2011 film by director Agnieszka Holland 1 based on real events. The story of Leopold Socha , during the Ghetto of Lviv that hid in the sewers of the city about twenty Jews. Dedicated to Marek Edelman , 2 is a Polish-Canadian co-production with script …

Korkoro

Korkoro ( “Freedom” in Romany ) is a dramatic film French of 2009 , written and directed by Tony Gatlif , starring French actors Marc Lavoine , Marie-Josee Croze and James Thiérrée . It was premiered at the Montreal International Film Festival , where it won the Grand Prize of the Americas and other awards. …

The rafle

The rafle (2010) is a French film written and directed by Roselyne Bosch. It tells the story of the Winter Velodrome raid when the Paris police (in collaboration with the Nazi occupiers) locked up Jewish prisoners at the Winter Velodrome in preparation for sending them to a concentration camp . 1 Synopsis Jo Weissman (a …

Zwartboek

Zwartboek (known as the black book in Spain and Colombia , Black book. The black book in Argentina and The blacklist in Mexico and Venezuela ) is a 2006 film directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Carice van Houten , Sebastian Koch and Thom Hoffman . The feature film, a war drama of intrigue, tells …

Schindler’s List

Schindler ‘s List is a1993 American film directed by Steven Spielberg . The film tells the story of Oskar Schindler , a German businessmanwho saved the lives of about 1100 Polish Jews during the Holocaust . It is based on the historical fiction novel Schindler’s Ark ( Schindler’s Ark ), written by Thomas Keneally . …

Monsieur Batignole

Monsieur Batignole is a French film directed by Gérard Jugnot in 2002 , and starring Gérard Jugnot , Alexia Portal , Jules Sitruk , Michèle Garcia , Jean-Paul Rouve . References This article is a derivative work of « [] » by journalists of 20minutos.es , available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license …

The great Dictator

The Great Dictator (English The Great Dictator ) is an American film of 1940 written, directed and starring the British Charles Chaplin . Chaplin was the only filmmaker in Hollywood who continued to make silent films when sound was already fully implanted in movies, and this was his first sound film , and also the …

Good (film)

Good is a film of December 31st of 2008 , directed by Vicente Amorim and starring Viggo Mortensen , Jason Isaacs and Jodie Whittaker . It is based on the eponymous book of the writer Cecil Philip Taylor . Argument The film presents the story of John Halder (Viggo Mortensen), a literature professor who framed …

Counterfeiters

The Counterfeiters (original title: Die Fälscher ) is anAustro-German film of 2007, directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky based on real facts. Argument It is based on a real fact and deals with the making of false money in Nazi Germany during World War II , which was called Operation Bernhard , a secret plan devised by …

Europe Europe (film)

Europe Europa (original German language Hitlerjunge Salomon , ” Young Hitlerian Salomon”) is a 1990 filmdirected by Agnieszka Holland . It is based on the autobiography of 1989 of Solomon Perel a Jew who escaped the extermination Nazi impersonating ary . 1 In the film they appear Marco Hofschneider , Julie Delpy and the own …

Defiance

Defiance – in Spain, Resistance – is a war film released in 2008, directed by Edward Zwick . It is set in the western part of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Belarus occupied by the Nazis, the forests of Belarus . Argument The film is based on an actual event in Poland in 1941 . …

Sophie’s decision

Sophie’s Choice (original in English : Sophie’s Choice ) is a British film – American dramatic 1982 written and directed by Alan J. Pakula and starring Meryl Streep , Kevin Kline and Peter MacNicol . 1 Awarded numerous American and international film awards. Synopsis In the summer of 1947 Stingo, a young aspiring writer from …

Fields of Hope

Fields of Hope ( Sorstalanság in Hungarian ) is a film directed by Lajos Koltai and released in 2005. It is based on the semi-autobiographical novel written by Imre Kertész , winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002, who also wrote the script. The music of the film was composed by Ennio Morricone …

Bent (film)

Bent (in English ‘twisted’ or ‘crooked’,applied to homosexuals ) is a film British of 1997 with thematic LGBT directed by Sean Mathias and starring Clive Owen , Lothaire Bluteau and Ian McKellen . It is based on the homonymous play of 1979 by Martin Sherman , in turn inspired by the men of the pink …

Amen.

Amen is a film directed by Costa-Gavras , which narrates the supposed complicity with which the Holy See and several countries of the world tolerated that the regime of the Nazi Germany advanced in the extermination of Jews during World War II and is based in the work of theater the vicar of Rolf Hochhuth …

Richard Williamson

Richard Nelson Williamson (born in London on 8 of March of 1940 ) is a bishop Catholic English that belonged to the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) until 2012, when he was expelled from it. 1 He received the episcopal consecration from Monsignor Lefebvre . He was excommunicated in 1988 after his episcopal consecration. …

Pedro Varela Geiss

Pedro Varela Geiss ( Barcelona , October 9, 1957) is a Spanish right-wing bookseller, writer, essayist, editor and publicist, president between 1978 and 1993 of the neo-Nazi group CEDADE and defender of Holocaust denialist positions . Biography Born on October 9, 1957 1 2 in Barcelona , in 1978 he became president of CEDADE , …

Hal Turner

Charles Harold “Hal” Turner (March 15, 1962. Jersey , United States ) is an American, white supremacist, nationalist, Holocaust denier, fascist follower and blogger. 1 In August 2010 he was convicted of threats against three federal judges of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals of the United States. Before Turner’s arrest, his radio program The …

Serge Thion

Serge Thion (born 1942 ) is a long-standing French sociologist, essayist and researcher on political and social issues. He holds a PhD in Sociology and author of several books. Until 2000 he was a researcher of the French CNRS , but that year he was dismissed for asserting the non-existence of crimes against humanity . …

Gert Sudholt

Gert Sudholt ( Munich , March 6, 1943) is a German publisher and journalist . He was a member of the board of the ultra-right association Gesellschaft für freie Publizistik and owner of the publishing house Verlagsgesellschaft Berg , 1 which housed three publishers : Türmer-Verlag , Vowinckel-Verlag and Druffel-Verlag . Life After passing the …

Kevin Alfred Strom

Kevin Alfred Strom ( Anchorage , 17 as August as 1956 ) is an American politician. He was the director of National Vanguard , an organization from Charlottesville ( Virginia ), which has been described as racist , white separatist , homophobic and neo – Nazi . 1 2 Strom resigned from National Vanguard in …

Herbert Schweiger

Herbert Schweiger ( Spital am Semmering , February 22, 1924 – Neuberg an der Mürz , July 5, 2011) was one of the most celebrated right- wing journalists in Austria . The documentary archive of the Austrian Resistance pointed to him as “a gray eminence of the Austro-German neo – Nazi scene “. 1 Life …

Germar Rudolf

Germar Rudolf ( Limburg an der Lahn , 29 as October as 1964 ) is a German chemist who is currently in prison in Germany for denial of Holocasuto . Biography Germar Rudolf studied chemistry at the University of Bonn . In his university years he frequented the German Union of Fraternities of Catholic Students …

Manfred Roeder

Manfred Roeder ( Kiel , 20 August as as 1900 – Glashütten , 18 as October as 1971 ) was a judge military German during National Socialism . He was responsible for sentencing 56 executions including those of the Capilla Roja group , Dietrich Bonhoeffer , Wilhelm Canaris and Hans von Dohnanyi .From January of …

Vincent Reynouard

Vincent Reynouard (born February 18, 1969 ) is a chemical engineer , professor of mathematics , revisionist historian, Holocaust denialist and author of French essays, videos and documentaries. Biography He has been imprisoned in France for his writings on World War II . The law in France is called ” Gayssot Law ” (in honor …

Otto Ernst Remer

Otto-Ernst Remer ( Neubrandenburg , Mecklenburg-Vorpommern , 18 of August of 1912 – Marbella , Málaga , 4 of October of 1997 ) was an officer of the Wehrmacht who played a decisive role in the failure of the coup of July 20, 1944 Against Adolf Hitler . After World War II he founded the …

Paul Rassinier

Paul Rassinier ( Bermont , March 18, 1906 – 1967 ), was a writer and political activist pacifist , communist militant , socialist and later anarchist . After World War II and based on his own experiences and the investigation of the experiences of others who lived in death camps where there was no extermination, …

Adnan Oktar

Adnan Oktar , the birth name of Harun Yahya (Ankara, 1956 ) is a prominent figure in Turkey and a fervent advocate of creationism in the controversy between creation and evolution. It is considered by some as the Muslim leader defending creationism. 1 It is against Zionism and Freemasonry . 2 3 and sees them …

David Myatt

David Myatt (n. 1950), also known as David Wulstan Myatt and as Abdelaziz ibn Myatt is an activist British , old convert to Islam, former theoretical Nazi theorist of thought of the “numinous way” ( numinous way ). Biography David Myatt was born in Tanzania , where his father was an official of the British …

Nikolaos Michaloliakos

Gueoryíu Nikolaos Michaloliakos (in Greek Νικóλαος Γεωργίου Μιχαλολιάκος, Athens , 16 as December as 1957 ), also known as Nikos Michaloliakos , is a Greek politician, leader of Golden Dawn (Χρυσή Αυγή). Biography Michaloliakos was born on December 16, 1957 in Athens. He studied at the Kapodistríco University of Athens , where he graduated in …

James J. Martin

James J. Martin (18 September 1916 – 4 April 2004 ) was an American historian of the Holocaust . He was educated at the University of New Hampshire and at the University of Michigan earned his doctorate in history in 1949 . He is best known for his work on the history of American individualistic …

Jean-Marie Le Pen

Jean-Marie Le Pen ( La Trinite-sur-Mer , June 20, 1928) is a politician of extreme right French , one president of the National Front ( Front National , FN) since its founding in 1972 to the 16 of January of 2011 . His most well-known facet is his refusal to admit immigration from outside Europe …

Ilias Kasidiaris

Ilias Kasidiaris ( Greek : Ηλίας Κασιδιάρης; Piraeus , 29 November 1980) is a Greek politician, deputy spokesman for the nationalist party Golden Dawn in Parliament and close collaborator of Nikolaos Michaloliakos . He was a pretrial prisoner accused of illegal possession of weapons of war to foment armed groups between 2014 and 2015. Biography …

Ali Khamenei

Ali Hosseini Khamenei (in Persian , سید علی حسینی خامنهای ( ? · I ) ), born on July 17, 1939 in the city of Mashhad , one is now supreme leader of Iran , leader of the ruling class clerical conservative Islamic their Country and “source of emulation” ( marŷa’ ) of the twelfth-century …

David Irving

David John Cawdell Irving ( Brentwood , 24 as March as 1938 ) is a writer negacionista British . Early life Irving, along with his twin brother – Nicholas – are the youngest of four children of an illustrator and John James Cawdell Irving, a British Navy officer who left his family during World War …

Gerd Honsik

Gerd Honsik (born October 10, 1941 in Vienna ) is an Austrian writer and a prominent Holocaust denier. His mother was the wife of Amon Goeth . In 1992 he was sentenced in Austria to 18 months’ imprisonment for the publication of the pamphlet Absolution for Hitler? 1 and fled to Spain, where he resided …

Michael A. Hoffman II

Michael Anthony Hoffman II ( Geneva , 1954 ) is an American author of conspiracy hypotheses . Hypothesis According to Hoffman and James Shelby Downard , in the book King-Kill 33 ° , the assassination of John F. Kennedy reveals masonic symbolism . 1 The Marilyn Manson King Kill 33 ° song from the album …

Nick Griffin

Nicholas John Griffin , better known as Nick Griffin ( Barnet , Hertfordshire , England , 1 as March as 1959 ) is a politician British . He was leader of the British National Party (BNP) from September 1999 until July 2014 and MEP from June 2009 until May 2014 . His controversial statements deniers …

Roger Garaudy

Roger Garaudy or Ragaa Garaudy ( Marseille , 17 of July of 1913 – Chennevières-sur-Marne , Ile de France , 13 of June of 2012 ) 1 was a philosopher and politicianFrench , author of fifty books dealing particularly history Of the great figures of communism and religion. He was a prominent Marxist intellectual who …

Bobby Fischer

Robert James Fischer , better known as Bobby Fischer ( Chicago , 9 of March of 1943 – Reykjavik , 17 of January of 2008 ), one was a grandmaster of chess , world champion between 1972 and 1975. He received the highest title of world chess Defeating the Soviet Boris Spaski in the so-called …

Robert Faurisson

Robert Faurisson ( 1929 ) is a French literature professor specializing in documentary criticism, a scholar of the Holocaust, who generated a great controversy with letters sent to the French newspaper “Le Monde”, and later a book (1979). that challenged the existence of gas chambers in Nazi concentration camps and the genocide of Jews and …

David Duke

David Duke Ernest (born 1 from July of 1950 ) is a historian , activist , writer breakaway of the white population and far – right politician American one (see militia movement in the US ), former leader “Grand Wizard” of the Ku Klux Klan . 2 3 He is world-renowned for his controversial statements …

Leon Degrelle

Léon Joseph Marie Ignace Degrelle ( Bouillon , Belgium , 15 of June of 1906 – Malaga , Spain , 31 March of 1994 ) was a politician Belgian and officer of theWaffen SS , who ended his life in Spain. After founding in the thirties the political movement Christus Rex ( Rexism ), of …

Günter Deckert

Günter Deckert (born 9 from January of 1940 in Heidelberg , Baden ) is a German political activist extreme right . He was leader and president of the National Democratic Party of Germany . 1 He spent five years in prison in Germany (between 1995 and 2000) for various crimes, including denial of the Holocaust …

Christian Worch

Christian Worch (born March 14, 1956) is one of the most important figures in the German neo-Nazi scene . Biography In 1974 Worch began to military in the organization Hansabande in Hamburg , along with Michael Kühnen. The group defaced Jewish cemeteries, assaulted leftists and foreigners, in January and denied the Holocaust . The group …

Norberto Ceresole

Norberto Ceresole ( Buenos Aires , August 1943 – Buenos Aires , 4 of maypole of 2003 ) was a sociologist and political scientist Argentine , who identified himself with Peronism , leftist militias in January and ideas of his friends Robert Faurisson , Roger Garaudy and Ernst Nolte . Throughout his life he was …

Salvador Borrego

Borrego Salvador Escalante ( Mexico City , 24 of April of 1915 ) is a journalist and writer Mexican , leading exponent of historical revisionism about the Holocaust of Nazi Germany in their country. 1 He was technical director of 37 newspapers and founding director of several of them. He has published 53 books in …

Harry Elmer Barnes

Harry Elmer Barnes ( 15 June 1889 – 25 August 1968) was an American historian , a graduate of Columbia University and a pioneer of historical revisionism . He was also one of the founders of the Institute for Historical Review , an organization based in Los Angeles dedicated to the study and dissemination of …

Claude Autant-Lara

Claude Autant-Lara ( Luzarches , Val-d’Oise , 5 of August of 1901 – Antibes , Alpes-Maritimes , 5 of February of 2000 ) was a film director French and later deputy to the European Parliament . The son of an architect, Édouard Autant, and Louise Lara, an actress of the Comédie Française , Claude Autant-Lara …

Mahmud Ahmadineyad

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (in Persian : محمود احمدینژاد Mahmud Ahmadīnežād ) ( Aradan , Iran , 28 of October of 1956 ) was the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran from the 3 of August of 2005 until August 3 of 2013 . 1 Conservative Islamist ideology, [ citation needed ] Ahmadinejad was elected president …

La Vieille Taupe

Vieille Taupe is the name of a bookstore in Paris , where students gathered in the early 1960s , including Serge Thion . Later the group created a publishing house with the same name, specialized in books on historical revisionism . La Vieille Taupe has edited books by French revisionist authors such as Robert Faurisson …

Gayssot Law

The Gayssot Law (in French , Loi Gayssot ) is the common designation of the law French No. 90-615 of 13 of July of 1990 , “designed to repress any purpose racist , anti – Semitic or xenophobic .” Thus, article 1 of the law states that “any discrimination based on belonging or not belonging …

Radio Islam

Radio Islam is a web site , formerly a radio station in Sweden that was closed several times for inciting hatred Semitic ; Its founder, Ahmed Rami , was in prison for the same charge. A report from 2003 the Center European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia described it as “one of the most …

Verbotsgesetz

The Verbotsgesetz 1947 ( Prohibition Act 1947 ), abbreviated VerbotsG , is a constitutional law Austrian who vetoed the Nazi Party and provided the legal framework for the process of denazification in Austria. It also aimed to suppress any potential rebirth of Nazism . The law was amended in 1992 to prohibit the denial or …

Leuchter Report

The Leutcher Report is the name by which an expert investigation conducted in 1988 by the American Frederick A. (Fred) Leuchter, Jr., a specialist in the design and construction of equipment for execution in the prisons of the United States, is known. This report was created for the purpose of defending Ernst Zündel , prosecuted …

Faurisson scandal

The Faurisson Scandal is the name with which the events in which was involved in early known 1979 the Holocaust denier Robert Faurisson (n. 1929), national French . In 1979, Robert Faurisson (50), French university professor, wrote a book which concludes that the Nazis did not use gas chambers , nor attempted to carry out …

Flamenco Block

The Flemish Bloc ( Vlaams Blok in Dutch ) was a Flemish nationalist party, sometimes considered far right in Belgium . Born in 1978, it was outlawed by racism, reason why since November 14 , 2004 is called Vlaams Belang . Its motto is Eigen Volk Eerst (Our town first). Political program Uncompromising defense of …

Barnes Review

Barnes Review is a bimonthly magazine founded in 1994 by Liberty Lobby. 1 The publication is dedicated to historical revisionism , such as Holocaust denialism. Willis Carto is linked to the magazine. The headquarters is located in Washington, DC 2 The title of the magazine refers to Harry Elmer Barnes. 3 The organization also hosts …

Holocaust denialism

The denial of the Holocaust is a school of thought that aims to reinterpret the events in Europe between 1941 and 1945 , following “the doctrine that the genocide practiced by Nazi Germany against Jews and Gypsies did not exist, But is a product of myth, of fable, of fraud. ” 1 In general, these …

Nicholas Winton

Nicholas Winton ( Hampstead , London , 19 of maypole of 1909 – Slough , Berkshire , 1 of July of 2015 ) 1 was a philanthropist British origin Jew who saved 669 Jewish children from death at the hands of Nazi Germany just before the start Of World War II in 1939 , inside …

Kindertransport

In history, it is known by the name of Kindertransport ( “Transporting children”) to the transfer of some 10,000 children Jews , without parents, from Germany , Poland , Austria and Czechoslovakia , the United Kingdom , in order to make them safe from The anti-Jewish political criminals of Nazism . Displacement of children and …

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (in German : Aufstand im Warschauer Ghetto , Polish : Powstanie w getcie warszawskim ; Yiddish : אויפֿשטאַנד אין וואַרשעווער געטאָ) was the revolt of the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto when German troops began the second mass deportation to Concentration camps andextermination during World War II . It occurred between …

Lodz Ghetto

The ghetto of Lodz (in German , Litzmannstadt ) was established by the Nazis in Poland occupied, between 19 and 25 January 1940. [ citation needed ] It was created by Hans Frank , Governor General German for Poland. It was the second ghetto largest after that of Warsaw . It was created to bring …

Riga Ghetto

The Riga ghetto covered a small area in Maskavas Forštate, a quarter of Riga , the capital of Latvia , designated by the Nazis to concentrate the Jewsof Latvia, and subsequently to other deportees from Germany , during World War II . On October 25, 1941 , the Nazis moved all Jews from and around …

Trochinbrod

Trochinbrod was a Jewish city situated in what is now considered the western part of Ukraine , although it was once part of Poland , 30 kilometers northwest of Lutsk . She was also known as Sofievka or Zofiowka , in Polish, on behalf of Sofia, a Russian princess who ceded her lands to the …

Judenrat

Judenrat (pl. Judenräte ) is the name given in German , councils Jewish government of the ghettos established by the Nazis in various places, especially in the territory of the General Government of Poland , the part of Poland occupied but not annexed By Germany . They had different names according to the Judenrat concrete …

Kaunas Ghetto

The Ghetto Kovno or Kaunas ( Konzentrationslager Kauen (KZ) in German and Kauno Getas in Lithuanian ) was a ghetto built in Kaunas in January , Lithuanian SSR during the Nazi occupation in the Soviet Union . As in other states occupied by the authorities of the Third Reich , this ghetto is part of …

Ghetto of Krakow

The ghetto Jew from Krakow was one of the five major ghettos created by the Nazis in the General Government , during its occupation of Poland in World War II . It separated people capable of working from those considered worthy of execution. Before the war, Krakow had been an influential cultural center for the …

Cluj-Napoca Ghetto

History On May 3, 1944, the ghettoization of Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvar) began, which was completed in one week. That was less than two months after the Nazis launched Operation Margarette on March 19 , by which the Wehrmacht put Hungary under puppet rule . The Jews were concentrated in the Iris brick factory in the northern …

Ghetto of Brest

The ghetto of Brest , was a ghetto established by the Nazis in Soviet Belarus shortly after the German invasion of 1941, during World War II , to concentrate the population Jewish . History Brest is a Belarusian city located near the present border with Poland . The city comprised until 1921 of Russia , …

Białystok Ghetto

The Germans established the Bialystok ghetto in 1941 as a concentration camp population Jewish resident of the city Polish namesake , within the framework of the Second World War . It was disbanded in 1943 after the murder or deportation of prisoners by the forces German occupation. Historical antecedents View of the center of Białystok …

Baranovichi Ghetto

The Germans established a ghetto Baranovichi in 1941 as a concentration camp population Jewish survivor of the slaughter of Baranovichi , during World War II . History In the autumn of 1941 , when the Germans launched the invasion of the Soviet Union , they arrived in the Polish-Belorussian city of Baranovichi ( Polish : …

Dieter Wisliceny

Dietrich Wisliceny ( Regulowken , Kreis Angerburg , East Prussia , 13 of January of 1911 – Bratislava , Czechoslovakia , 27 of February of 1948 ), known as “Dieter” , was a German officer belonging to the SS Nazi , who participated actively in the Holocaust Jew of the Second World War . Biography …

Sicherheitspolizei

The Sicherheitspolizei (in Spanish : security police), sometimes abbreviated as SiPo , was a term used in Germany to refer to a type of police already missing. In Nazi Germany he was employed to describe security agencies charged with investigating crimes and political crimes. It was created by combining forces through the Gestapo (Secret Police …

Heinrich Müller

Heinrich Müller ( Munich , 28 of April of 1900 – date of death unknown, but evidence points to May 1945 ) was a major general of the SS known as ” Gestapo Müller “. Head of Section IV of the RSHA , ie, the dreaded Gestapo German . He held this position from 1939 …

Joachim Kaintzik

Joachim Kaintzik , also like Kaintzig ( 13 of December of 1905 – 6 of May of 1961 ) was a German official of the criminal police and the Gestapo during Nazism , that during World War II was a high responsibility of the Geheime Feldpolizei (GFD ) And as such responsible for war crimes …

Rolf Günther

Rolf Günther ( Erfurt , Germany , 8 of January of 1913 – Ebensee , May 1945 ) was a German officer in the SS Nazis who served as Sturmbannführer ( Major ) and acted as deputy to Adolf Eichmann in the Holocaust Jew War World . Beginnings in Nazism Günther joined the SA in …

Reinhard Heydrich

Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich n. 1 ( 7 of March of 1904 – 4 of June of 1942 ) was a senior Nazi officer during World War II , and one of the main architects of the Holocaust . At the height of his career he held the rank of SS – Obergruppenführer und General …

Section IVB4

The IVB4 Section or Office or section of the Bureau IV, the Gestapo (Secret State Police), subordinated to turn to the Reich Main Security Office of Nazi Germany , was the section responsible for the location and deportation of Jews throughout the occupied territory, under the Holocaust Jew during World War II . Organizational Structure …

Rudolf Diels

Rudolf Diels ( Berghausen , Rhineland 16 of December of 1900 – Katzenelnbogen , 18 of November of 1957 ) was a lawyer and official German who served as first head of the Gestapo , 1933-1934. 1 Member of the Schutzstaffel , obtained the rank of SS-Oberführer , and was a personal protégé of Hermann …

Julius Dettmann

Julius Dettmann ( Königsberg , Prussia , 23 of January of 1894 – Netherlands , 31 July of 1945 ) was an official German of the SS Nazi belonging to the Sicherheitsdienst or Security Service (SD) that was involved in the Holocaust Jew in Holland during the World War II . Dettman belonged to the …

Gestapo-NKVD Conferences

The Gestapo-NKVD Conferences were a series of meetings between the two secret police, organized in late 1939 and early 1940 by German officials and Soviet, after the German-Soviet joint invasion ofPoland , according to the Nazi-Soviet alliance . 1 2 The purpose of the meetings was to enable the German and Soviet security forces, including the …

Alois Brunner

Alois Brunner ( Nádkút ( in ), then in Austria-Hungary , 8 of April of 1912 – Damascus , . C 2010 ?) Was an officer of the Schutzstaffel who worked as an assistant to Adolf Eichmann , in IVB4 Section of the Gestapo . In fact, Eichmann came to refer to Brunner as his …

Klaus Barbie

Klaus Barbie Altmann ( Bad Godesberg , Germany , 25 of October of 1913 – Lyon , France , 25 of September of 1991 ) was a senior official of the SS and the Gestapo during the Nazi regime , who was involved in numerous war crimes and Against humanity during World War II , …

Gestapo

The Gestapo ( ? · I ) (contraction of Ge Heime Sta ats po lizei : ‘Secret State Police “) was the secret police officer Nazi Germany , led since 1936 by Reinhard Heydrich until his death in the bombing of Prague in 1942 . Fully subordinate to the SS , was administered by the …

Stolpersteine

Stolpersteine -in singular Stolperstein (German worda stone on the path that can trip the walker) – is a project of the German artist Gunter Demnig . The purpose of this exhortatory monument is to commemorate the fate of human beings who were deported and murdered by the National Socialists . They are cement cubes of …

Austrian Memory Service

The Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service (in German , Gedenkdienst ) is an alternative military service Austrian . The service’s servers help important institutions that are dedicated to the Holocaust . History The Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service began with the political scientist Innsbruck ( Tyrol , Austria ) Andreas Maislinger , who took the basic idea …

Pink Triangle Park

The Pink Triangle Park ( Pink Triangle Park ) is a small triangular park located at the intersection of 17th and Market streets in San Francisco , California . It is the first permanent public memorial in the United States remembering the thousands of homosexuals persecuted in Nazi Germany during the Holocaust . 1 Origin …

Andreas Maislinger

Andreas Maislinger (St.Georgen / Salzburg , 26 as February as 1955 ) is a political scientist and activist Austrian . He is founder of the Austrian Memory Service . Maislinger studied law and political science in Salzburg. He expanded his training also studying history of Europe in Vienna , while he was studying at the …

Institute of Jewish Audiovisual Memory

The Institute of Jewish Audiovisual Memory (IMAJ), founded in Brussels in 1984, is a non-profit cultural organization. History Beatrice Godlewicz, a Belgian teacher, noted the lack in Europe of cinematographic references to Jewish culture. It therefore took the initiative to create an association to make available to schools and teachers, films and information on Jewish …

Homomonument

The Homomonument is a memorial in the center of Amsterdam , the capital of the Netherlands . The monument reminds all homosexuals , gays and lesbians , who have been subjected to persecution because of their sexual orientation. Inaugurated 5 of September of 1987 , it has the form of three large pink triangles made …

Gunter Demnig

Gunter Demnig , (born October 27, 1943) is a German artist known for his project ” Stolpersteine ” ( stones-obstacle , from German as a tribute to the victims of Nazi persecution in Germany Biography Gunter Demnig was born in Berlin , where he also grew up. He completed his secondary education in 1967 . …

Rudolf Gelbard

Rudolf Gelbard (* Austria, December 4 , 1930 ) is a Holocaust survivor . Life Rudolf Gelbard was deported with his parents in 1942 to the concentration camp of Theresienstadt . Since 1945 he has been doing educational work on Nazi crimes as a member of the Sozialdemokratische Freiheitskämpfer (social democratic militants in the resistance). …

Ecumenical Days of Plötzensee

The Ecumenical Days of Plötzensee are an annual program of activities that should remind the martyrs and victims of National Socialism . These days take place preferably in the Catholic church Maria Regina Martyrum and in the Civic Center Plötzensee near the Commemorative Place Plötzensee . Organizers are the ecclesiastical Protestant municipality Charlottenburg-Nord and the …

Days of Contemporary History in Braunau

The Days of Contemporary History in Braunau ( Braunauer Zeitgeschichte-Tage ) are annual conferences organized by the Association of Contemporary History since 1992, under the scientific management of Andreas Maislinger . During the first two years the process of understanding and acceptance of the past was analyzed Nazi resistance to, dictatorships and other topics of …

International Day of Remembrance in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust

The United Nations General Assembly decides the 1 of November of 2005 , in Resolution 60/7 1 designate the January 27 International Holocaust Remembrance Day . 2 The chosen date is the day the concentration camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau , the largest Nazi extermination centers, was released by the Red Army in 1945 . “Holocaust Remembrance: …

Austrian Committee of Mauthausen

The Austrian Mauthausen committee is responsible for scientific and educational work in relation to the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp . This association was founded in 1997 and is the successor to the Austrian Community of Mauthausen concentration camp. Definition The Austrian Committee of Mauthausen is defined by the following: “Our association has no relation either to …

Simon Wiesenthal Center

The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an institution dedicated to documenting the victims of the Holocaust and keeps records of Nazi war criminals and their respective activities. It is located in Los Angeles , United States , and named after Simon Wiesenthal , the famous ” Nazi hunter ” Austrian . With the gradual physical disappearance …

Haunted house

The House of Terror (in Hungarian , Terror Háza ) is a museum located at number 60 of the Avenue Andrássy in Budapest , Hungary . It contains related exhibitions dictatorial regimes fascist and communist Hungary in the twentieth century and is also a memorial to its victims, including those detained, interrogated, tortured or executed …

House of Responsibility

The project House of Responsibility ( Haus der Verantwortung, HRB ) emerged in Austria , after Reinhold Klika newspaper Braunauer Rundschau , caused by the participation of the Freedom Party of Austria in the Austrian government, launched the collection of signatures Braunau setzt Ein Zeichen . The political scientist from Innsbruck , Andreas Maislinger , …

Lorenz Hackenholt

Lorenz Hackenholt ( Gelsenkirchen , Germany , 25 of June of 1914 – declared dead the 31 of December of 1945 ) was a non – commissioned officer of the SS , active participant in the Holocaust during World War II . Biography Hackenholt entered the 1 as April as 1933 the Nazi Party with …

Extermination camp

The death camps , also called death camps or death factories were a type of concentration camp built during World War II by the regime Nazi to kill opponents, freethinkers, Communists , Jews , Freemasons , mestizos, Gypsies , homosexuals , Pentecostals , blacks , Jehovah ‘s Witnesses , disabled and war enemies. The Nazis …

Susan Zuccotti

Susan Sessions Zuccotti ( 1940 ) is an American historian , specializing in the Holocaust . Career Zuccotti doctorate in Modern European History at Columbia University . She has been honored by the Jewish Book Council for her studies on the Holocaust, 1 and also received the Acqui Storia – Primo Lavoro Award for Italians …

Elie Wiesel

Eliezer Wiesel (in Hungarian : Lázár Wiesel, Sighetu Marmaţiei , 30 of September of 1928 – New York , 2 of July of 2016 ) 1 was a writer language Yiddish and French nationality American survivor of the concentration camps Nazis . He devoted his life to writing and talking about the horrors of the …

Jacob Presser

Life Jacob Presser was born in Amsterdam , an Israeli family, in 1899 . In 1926 he obtained his doctorate in the University of this capital. For his Jewishness, this professor and historian had to jump into hiding during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands . His first wife, his former student at the Lyceum …

Sönke Neitzel

Sönke Neitzel (June 26, 1968) is a German historian who has written extensively on World War II . 1 Professor of History at the University of Mainz , having also held positions at the University of Karlsruhe , the University of Bern , and the University of the Saarland , 2 and exercising at the …

Elisabeth Maxwell

Elisabeth “Betty” Maxwell (March 11, 1921 – AUGUST 7, 2013) was a researcher French origin, about the Holocaust , who established the journal Holocaust and Genocide Studies in 1987. She was the widow of billionaire publisher Robert Maxwell . 1 Biography He was born as Elisabeth Meynard in Dauphiné , France, descendants of the aristocracy …

Yaacov Lozowick

Yaacov Lozowick (born 1957 in Bad Kreuznach ) is a historian Israeli . Training Lozowick studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem . In 1982 he obtained the bachelor in the study of history and philosophy Jewish, in 1984 released his degree in Pedagogy and in 1989 released his master ‘s degree in modern Jewish …

Peter Longerich

Peter Longerich ( Krefeld , 1955) is a researcher and historian German . At present Longerich is considered by some historians – among others, Ian Kershaw , Richard Evans, Timothy Snyder, Mark Roseman or Richard Overy – like one of the main German authorities in the study of the Holocausto . 1 Works German – …

Deborah Lipstadt

Deborah Lipstadt Esther ( 18 as March as 1947 (69 years) New York) is a historian American and author of Holocaust denial . Professor of Modern Judaism and Holocaust Studies at Emory University. He received his BA from City College in New York, and his MA and PhD from Brandeis University . Lipstadt was a …

Raul Hilberg

Raul Hilberg ( Vienna , 2 as June as 1926 – Williston , Vermont , 4 as August as 2007 ), Austrian historian, nationalized American, famous for his studies of the Holocaust . Biography Born in Vienna , within a middle – class Jewish of Polish origin – Rumanian. In 1938 , his father was …

Rudolf A. Haunschmied

Rudolf Anton Haunschmied (born 1966 ) is an author and local historian Austrian . Life and work Rudolf A. Haunschmied was raised in Sankt Georgen an der Gusen , Austria. As a young man, he even began to investigate the “forgotten” history of the St. Georgen-Mauthausen-Gusen area and its four concentration camps, with special emphasis …

Israel Gutman

Israel Gutman (Hebrew: ישראל גוטמן, May 20, 1923, Warsaw , Poland – October 1, 2013, Jerusalem , Israel ) was an Israeli survivor born in Poland , and historian of the Holocaust . 1 Biography Israel (Yisrael) Gutman was born in Warsaw, Poland. After participating and being injured in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, he was …

Daniel Goldhagen

Daniel Jonah Goldhagen (n. Boston , 30 of June of 1959 ) is a writer American and former associate professor political science and sociology from Harvard University . Goldhagen was known internationally for having written two controversial books on the Holocaust : Hitler’s Torturers Volunteers (1996) and The Catholic Church and the Holocaust (2002). He …

Martin Gilbert

Martin John Gilbert ( London , 25 of October of 1936 – 3 of February of 2015 ) 1 was a historian British and author of more than eighty books, including several works on the Holocaust and the history of the Jewish people . Gilbert was a pioneer in the field of atlas historical. He …