German network of concentration and extermination camps in occupied Poland during World War II
Edith Stein (also known as Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross or Saint Edith Stein - 12 October 1891 – 9 August 1942) was a German Jewish philosopher who converted to Christianity and became a Discalced Carmelite nun. When the Nazis conquered Holland, Teresa was arrested, and, with her sister Rose, was sent to the concentration camp at Auschwitz. Teresa died in the gas chambers of Auschwitz in 1942 at the age of fifty-one. In 1987, she was beatified in the large outdoor soccer stadium in Cologne by Pope John Paul II. She is canonized as a martyr and saint of the Catholic Church; she is also one of six patron saints of Europe.
As early as 1933, Hitler and the Nazis - the National Socialist German Worker's Party - began passing a series of discriminatory laws against Jews— inch by inch, chipping away at their freedoms. They took away their property. Their ability to practice certain jobs or exist in public places. They took away their ability to own pets or walk around without a badge identifying them as Jews.And they did all this while the world watched. While everyone hoped that maybe they'd finally just stop with all their mindless hate. But instead, they just kept pushing it further, and further, and further. Soon, the Nazi's began deporting Jews. Sending them out of Germany and to various labor camps. Then, the plan changed from one of deportation to genocide, and concentration camps were constructed to efficiently kill massive amounts of people. The majority of people deported to these new death camps were transported in cattle wagons. These wagons - traveling along train tracks - didn't have water, food, a toilet, or ventilation. Sometimes there weren't enough cars for a major transport, so victims waited at a switching yard, often with standing room only, for several days. Stewing in their own filth, fear, confusion and hunger. Sometimes, when the train made it to the concentration camp, and the transport doors were opened, everyone inside was already dead. Today we explore and explain the holocaust. How it happened and why, in a very dark, genocidal edition of Timesuck. Bad Magic Productions Monthly Patreon Donation: The Bad Magic Charity for May is the HALO Dental Network. Founded by Dr. Brady Smith, HALO Dental Network is a coalition of dental professionals who donate their services to the dental underserved. Services include dental implants, veneers, fillings and crowns. If you want to learn more, please visit halodentalnetwork.orgNot only can you donate, you can also nominate someone you know who is in need. Thanks to those who helped us donate $14,300 this month! TICKETS FOR HOT WET BAD MAGIC SUMMER CAMP! Go to www.badmagicmerch.comWatch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/8QeveQXLd3QMerch: https://www.badmagicmerch.comDiscord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89vWant to join the Cult of the Curious private Facebook Group? Go directly to Facebook and search for "Cult of the Curious" in order to locate whatever happens to be our most current page :)For all merch related questions/problems: firstname.lastname@example.org (copy and paste)Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcastWanna become a Space Lizard? Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcastSign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits.
The Survivor is a new film by Barry Levinson about Harry Haft, a Jewish prisoner in Auschwitz who was forced to box other inmates to survive. Haft went on to work a brief professional boxing career in Germany and the United States, though it didn't last very long. Gabe and James sit down to discuss what they thought of the movie, where the Hollywood adaptation took some liberties in storytelling and what the tale means for other postwar Jewish athletes and survivors. And while we're talking movies, on a much lighter note, we'll take a look at Adam Sandler's sports filmography to commemorate the newly dropped trailer for his upcoming film, Hustle. Plus we've got your usual update in all things Jews and sports, from Rowdy Tellez's hot streak to Lance Stroll's finish at the Miami Grand Prix. Credits Menschwarmers is hosted by James Hirsh and Gabe Pulver, and produced and edited by Michael Fraiman. Our intro music is by Coby Lipovitch, and our outro music is "Organ Grinder Swing" by chēēZ π. This show is a member of The CJN Podcast Network. Follow the Menschwarmers on Twitter @menschwarmers or TikTok @menschwarmers. To learn how to support the show by subscribing to this podcast, please watch this video.
Minnie Questions Dr. Edith Eger, author, professor and Holocaust survivor. Edith shares the story of being liberated from Auschwitz, how she teaches to prevent atrocities, and everything you need to know about Einstein's odd choice in footwear. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason Sommer discusses his new book, “Shmuel's Bridge,” and the story it tells of his 2001 trip to Eastern Europe with his Holocaust survivor father, Jay. The men retraced the final journey of Jason's uncle Shmuel, who was shot by German guards after making a desperate bid to flee the cattle car transporting to Auschwitz.
In the spring of 1944, a teenage Gene Klein and his family were taken from their village in Hungary and thrown into the infamous Nazi extermination camp known as Auschwitz.His father was taken straight to the gas chamber. Klein was forced into slave labor until liberated in the spring of 1945, and he spent two years as a refugee before his and other family members were allowed to immigrate to the United States.Now living in The Villages, Fla., Klein has been speaking out about the Holocaust for more than three decades. Writing for The World Post in July 2016 as a memorial to Elie Wiesel, Klein noted that he, unlike Wiesel, was silent for decades about the Holocaust.“Eventually, I decided that, like Wiesel, I needed to be public about being a survivor and that, in my own small way, I should contribute to the mission of educating the world about the Holocaust,” he wrote.“I will tell our story,” he continued, “and I will speak — especially in these times — about the tolerance and compassion necessary to prevent what happened to us from happening to others.”Klein has inspired audiences around the world with his powerful and touching presentation on the continuing relevance of the Holocaust and the necessity of fostering the capacity for empathy, instead of allowing hate to flourish.He is a frequent contributor to national and international media outlets, including CNN, The Guardian, and HuffPost Live.Source: https://www.fhsu.edu/news/2017/03/Gene-Klein–Holocaust-survivor–to-bring-his-story–message-of-compassion–to-FHSU
คำว่า Eugenics แปลเป็นภาษาไทยว่า ‘สุพันธุศาสตร์' มีความหมายถึง ศาสตร์ว่าด้วยเรื่องการจัดการชาติพันธ์ุ พันธุกรรมให้ดี ให้สมบูรณ์ และการที่จะได้มาซึ่งชาติพันธ์ุที่ดี สมบูรณ์ และบริสุทธิ์ตามนิยาม ก็จะต้องบริหารให้คนที่มียีน DNA ที่มีคุณสมบัติดีนั้นเจริญพันธ์ุ และทำให้คนที่มียีนด้อย หรือ DNA ที่ต่ำกว่ามาตรฐานปราศจากคุณสมบัตินั้นไม่สามารถที่จะเจริญพันธ์ุได้อีกต่อไป จากแนวคิดนี้ สะท้อนหลักคิดเบื้องหลังชัดเจนว่า มนุษย์แต่ละเผ่าพันธ์ุไม่เท่ากัน และเมื่อธรรมชาติจัดการไม่ได้ ‘สุพันธุศาสตร์' และกลไกของรัฐก็จะเข้ามาจัดการ เอพิโสดนี้จึงจะพูดถึงเรื่องของการนำแนวคิดนี้ Eugenic ไปปฏิบัติจริง โดย Dr. Josef Mengele นายแพทย์ดีกรีปริญญาเอกทางการแพทยศาสตร์เอกพันธุกรรมศาสตร์ และมานุษยวิทยา ผู้สังกัดหน่วย Waffen-SS ในช่วงสงครามโลกครั้งที่สอง ที่คลั่งสุดโต่งผู้อยู่เบื้องหลังยุทธการฆ่าล้างเผ่าพันธ์ุเพื่อรักษาความบริสุทธิ์ของชาติอารยัน จนได้รับสมญานามว่า Todesengel หรือเทพแห่งความตาย เรื่องราวของแพทย์อาชญากรสงครามจะเป็นอย่างไรบ้าง ติดตามได้ในเอพิโสดนี้
Edith Eger was a Jew living in Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe when she and her family were sent to Auschwitz, a death camp. Dr. Eger and her sister survived, but their parents did not.After the war, Dr. Eger got married and had a baby. She and her husband moved to the United States in 1949, and she got her degree in psychology. She began treating people with PTSD, which inspired her to continue working on healing herself.Now, she's written two books, The Choice and The Gift, where she chronicles her journey and the lessons she learned along the way.Dr. Eger's daughter, Marianne Engle, also became a psychologist. She joins us for this conversation today. Some of the things Dr. Eger talks about are the things she had done to promote her own healing, how she fosters resilience in others, and how she has turned her suffering into strength.
"Você me fala da inquisição ser restaurada. Pois saiba que se tivesse havido Inquisição no século XX não teria sido possível Hitler, Mussolini, o nazismo, Auschwitz, o comunismo, Stalin, Mao e Fidel. E nem teriam se dado as duas gueras mundiais, e nem as clínicas assassinas que fazem abortos." professor como resolver esses asuntos com uma nova inquisição, resovemos matança com matança?
THE SURVIVOR MOVIE REVIEW Today the screener squad is reviewing yet another great Ben Foster performance. This time around, Ben plays Harry Haft in the biopic The Survivor. Harry Haft is a holocaust survivor who made it through Auschwitz by boxing his fellow prisoners, to the entertainment of Nazi SS officers. Juxtapose that imagery with… Read More »Screener Squad: The Survivor
Folks, I know that I call every episode of the podcast special, but this episode is extra special because today is my 47th birthday! It amazes me that not only do I get to spend this very special day with my wife, my family, and friends but also with the Scaling UP! Nation. It is my hope that you enjoy this special day with me as you listen to this episode. And, if you haven't wished me a happy birthday yet, now is your opportunity! Celebrating my special day with me is one of my best friends in the Water Treatment Industry, it's none other than R2J Chemical Services Inc.'s Bob Lee. Bob has been in the industrial water treatment industry for the last 40 years. He founded R2J Chemical Services, Inc. in 1982, a year before he graduated from the University of South Florida. He became president of the company in 1992, and in 1995, Bob earned his CWT designation. Bob Lee is also a member of the Association of Water Technologies. He was elected to the AWT Board of Directors in 2003, and it came as no surprise when he became president of AWT in 2009. We are going to learn a lot from Bob Lee. With 40 years of experience in the Water Treatment Industry under his belt, Bob will tell us how he realized that this is the right career path for him, what changed since he started his company, what people wanting to start their own water treatment business need to know, and so much more! Everybody loves Bob Lee, and after listening to this episode, I'm sure you will love him too. Bottom line: Bob Lee is going to share with us lessons learned in his 40-year-long career in water treatment, speak about his calming and observant leadership style, and give proven advice to other business owners. Your roadside friend, as you travel from client to client. -Trace Timestamps: Happy 47th birthday to me, Trace Blackmore! [01:28] Events in Water Treatment [03:55] Who is Bob Lee and how did he become president of R2J Chemical Services Inc.? [07:20] I love Bob Lee, and here's why you will love learning from this past AWT President too [09:30] In Bob's 40 years in the water treatment industry: What is something he wishes he could do-over? [20:44] Onboarding new water treaters and what does someone new to the industry need to learn [23:30] Changes in the water treatment industry in the last 40 years [29:54] Keeping customers happy [33:04] Lightning round questions [37:17] Thinking On Water With James [44:08] Thinking On Water With James: In this week's episode, we're thinking about how polymers inhibit scale formation? Is it a stoichiometric, one-on-one relationship, is it a threshold effect, or something else? What are the types of polymers used for scale control, and do they function differently? Are some polymers better for some scaling-forming species than others? There's a lot to learn about polymers. Take this week to think about this aspect of polymers and scale inhibition. Quotes: “The best part of going to an AWT Convention and being part of AWT is the people that you end up getting to know, and that makes it so valuable.” - Bob Lee “As a leader, when you're surrounded by smart people, you need to listen a lot more than you talk.” - Bob Lee “Typically I'm trying to clarify and build consensus as a leader, make sure you're listening to all of the viewpoints then draw a conclusion on the best direction to go and the best path to take.” - Bob Lee “Perception is reality”. - Bob Lee “I'm always more interested with what everybody else has got today, than what they want me to say.” - Bob Lee “You have to take personal initiative on your time to get better at what you do.” - Bob Lee “There's a personal fulfillment factor that comes with getting better at something.” - Bob Lee “A dirty system, in some customer's eyes, isn't working well.” - Bob Lee “It's the little things that you really have to keep an eye on. If you're not paying attention to those details, then in the customer's eyes, the treatment isn't working. - Bob Lee “My birthday wish is that you all love your job and career as much as I do, and every day you get to do something that you love.” - Trace Blackmore Connect with Bob Lee: Phone: (727) 531-4135 Email: email@example.com Website: r2j.com LinkedIn: in/bob-lee-cwt-38555aa company/r2j-chemical-svc Links Mentioned: The Rising Tide Mastermind Submit a Show Idea AWT (Association of Water Technologies) 117 The One With Temperament Expert, Kathleen Edelman Episode 179 Part 2 with Kathleen Edelman Audible - use the link to get 10% off Rocketbook - use this link to get 15% off Events: AWT Webinar: Crime Controls and Best Practices on May 12, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time Water Environment Federation's Residuals and Biosolids Conference 2022 on May 24 to 27, 2022, in Columbus, Ohio American Water Works Association's ACE22 on June 12 to 15, 2022, in San Antonio, Texas Join Team Scaling UP! Nation on World Vision's Global 6K for Water on May 21, 2022, or make a donation HERE Books Mentioned: The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris Lessons from the Mouse by Dennis Snow The Art of War by Sun Tzu Procrastinate on Purpose by Rory Vaden I Said This, You Heard That by Kathleen Edelman The NALCO Water Handbook Shows and Movies Mentioned: Happy Gilmore (1996) Official Trailer Erin Brockovich (2000) Official Trailer Die Hard (1988) Official Trailer Master Thespian (Master Thespian and His Leading Lady - SNL)
Self-explanatory in its nomenclature, The Evidence Room was first presented at the 2016 Venice Biennale as a room with architectural evidence from Auschwitz to assert the existence of the gas chambers used for committing genocide in the Nazi concentration camp. It presents three monuments – a door, a wall hatch and ladder, and a gas column along with a number of plaster casts as proofs of the crimes against humanity and underscores the culpability of architects in creating these instruments of murder. Anne Bordeleau and Donal McKay are two of the four principals who worked on The Evidence Room. Anne is an architect, a historian and professor at Waterloo Architecture. Her research interests include the epistemology of the architectural project, as well as the historiographical and practical bearing of investigating the relations between architecture and time. Donald McKay, Professor Emeritus, served as a full-time faculty at Waterloo Architecture until 2018. Currently living between France and Canada, McKay is developing A Photographic Atlas of Cimetière du Père Lachaise, writing, and serving as managing editor of CHALK BOOKS. Details about The Evidence Room - https://evidenceroomfoundation.com/
Am 15. April vor 77 Jahren befreiten britische Truppen das Konzentrationslager Bergen-Belsen. Damit endete für Albrecht Weinberg eine knapp zweijährige Leidenszeit in Konzentrationslagern, die im April 1943 mit seiner Ankunft in Auschwitz begann. Nach seiner Auswanderung in die USA 1947 lebt der gebürtige Westrhauderfehner heute wieder in Ostfriesland. Albrecht Weinberg ist einer der letzten Überlebenden von Bergen-Belsen.
Rob, Andrew, and Arlo cover the harrowing story of Harry Haft the Jewish fighter of Auschwitz. As a prisoner of the Nazi's, Haft fought every Sunday for months on end. Losers were executed and Harry lived to fight another day. Haft won an unbelievable 76 fights. Finally escaping to the US where he continued to box professionally. Music by Stealers Wheels --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-west8/support
The FDA Doesn't Have The Staff To Go Through Each Drug Application In The Same Way - Gerald Posner - Interview Gerald Posner • https://www.posner.com/• Book - Pharma: Greed, Lies, and the Poisoning of America The author of thirteen acclaimed books, including New York Times nonfiction bestsellers Case Closed, Why America Slept and God's Bankers. Posner was a finalist for the Pulitzer in History. “A merciless pit bull of an investigator” concluded the Chicago Tribune. The New York Times said his latest book (2020), PHARMA, was “a withering and encyclopedic indictment of a drug industry that often seems to prioritize profits over patients…[it] reads like a pharmaceutical version of cops and robbers.”From Law to WritingPosner was one of the youngest attorneys (23) ever hired by Cravath, Swaine & Moore. A Political Science major, he was a Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, where he was also a national debating champion. At Hastings Law School, he was an Honors Graduate and was the Law Review's Associate Executive Editor. He was a litigation associate at the Wall Street law firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore before leaving in 1981 to co-found Posner & Ferrara, a New York public interest law firm. Several years of a pro bono legal representation on behalf of surviving twins of Nazi experiments at the Auschwitz death camp led him to coauthor his first book in 1986, MENGELE: The Complete Story, a bestselling and critically acclaimed biography of the infamous Nazi “Angel of Death,” Dr. Josef Mengele. Read a profile on Gerald on how the Mengele book led to him to leave the law. Publishers Weekly explains how he changed from being a Wall Street lawyer to a bestselling nonfiction author. In the past, he was a regular panelist on History CENTER, the History Channel's Sunday current events program. He has been a freelance writer for many news magazines, and a regular contributor to NBC, the History Channel, CNN, FOX News, CBS, and MSNBC. He is represented by Bright Sight Group for lectures about investigative journalism and his books. His wife, author, Trisha Posner, works with him on all projects. #GeraldPosner #TheRealTruthAboutHealth #MedicalScreening #Pharmaceutical #Drugs CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com • Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth • Check out our Podcasts Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search: The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83J Google:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/ Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Reason: https://reason.fm/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcast • Other Video ChannelsYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo:https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internal DailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealth BitChute:https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
In his memoir of his time in Auschwitz, Primo Levi describes Jewish prisoners bathing in freezing water without soap--not because they thought it would make them cleaner, but because it helped them hold on to their dignity. For poet and author Dwayne Betts, Levi's description of his fellow inmates' suffering, much like the novelist Ralph Ellison's portrayal of early twentieth-century black life in America, is much more than bearing witness to the darkest impulses of mankind. Rather, Betts tells EconTalk host Russ Roberts, both authors' writing turns experiences of inhumanity into lessons on what it means to be a human being.
Gary: Today’s special episode is an interview with Dr. Kate Vigurs. Vigurs is a professional freelance historian who received her PhD from the University of Leeds. Vigurs is a tour guide for Anglia Tours, covering the Western Front battlefields, Berlin and Krakow, Auschwitz, and has recently done consultancy work for the Army Museums, Ogilvy Trust […]
Yonit and Jonathan are back from Passover break and seder with a lot on their plate – We tackle Israeli PM Naftali Bennett's huge takeout bill, the results of the French Presidential election through the eyes of French Jews and French expats in Israel, and our mutual addiction to the series WeCrashed about Israeli entrepreneur Adam Neumann. We're joined by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ronan Farrow to discuss his recent piece for The New Yorker on NSO group, his groundbreaking reporting on the Harvey Weinstein case, his experiences in Jerusalem, and what it's like to be a college student at age of 11. We also discuss Jonathan's new book coming out in June, "The Escape Artist" – the story of the man who broke out of Auschwitz to warn the world. You can pre order the book here: https://linktr.ee/JonathanFreedland See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight is Game 6 for the NBA playoff series between the New Orleans Pelicans and the Phoenix Suns. And while the underdog Pelicans have largely been holding their own this series, if they lose tonight, they will be eliminated from the tournament. To learn more about what to expect on the court, Louisiana Considered's Managing Producer, Alana Schreiber, spoke with Christian Clark, who covers the Pelicans for the New Orleans Advocate. After months of planning, city-led guaranteed income pilots have finally started handing out money to Gulf States residents. The cities hope the pilots will provide lessons on how to deal with poverty – the kind of lessons another long running guaranteed income pilot shared during a storytelling event last week. WWNO's Aubri Juhasz and the Gulf States Newsroom's Stephan Bisaha have been following these new pilots launching across the South and spoke about the event. Today is Yom Hashoah, a day to commemorate the lives lost during the Holocaust, and the heroism of the survivors. In honor of the day, we revisit a conversation with the late Irving Roth, former director of the Holocaust Resource Center-Temple Judea of Manhasset New York, and survivor of Auschwitz. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karl Lengel. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubrey Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The IDF calls in reserves in to guard the border, Jordan wants Jews off the Temple Mount & Stories about Yom HaShoa (Holocaust remembrance day in Israel) plus a new song about a young woman who fought to her death in Auschwitz. Social Media links, Newsletter sign-up &, Support the show $ here: https://linktr.ee/israeldailynews Music: Malleh; Mayer Malik https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEFl0-WdATY --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/israeldailynews/support
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 15-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, from Sunday through Thursday. Holocaust correspondent Matt Lebovic and deputy Jewish World editor Yaakov Schwartz join host Amanda Borschel-Dan on this special Yom Hashoah episode. To begin the program, Lebovic discusses the theme for this year's Yom Hashoah, "Transports to Extinction: The Deportation of the Jews during the Holocaust." What can we learn from mining the minute information that made of the web of transport towards the death camps? Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24 and the following reported atrocities, there have been increasing comparisons with the Holocaust. Is this a fair and "helpful" comparison? What will Holocaust memory and education look like in 10 years? Lebovic talks about a new project in which 3-Gs -- grandchildren of survivors -- take up the responsibility of bearing witness. Schwartz reports in from Auschwitz, where he is participating in March of the Living. What is unique about this year's march? Schwartz is embedded with a unique delegation of Muslims from throughout the Middle East. Who are they? Discussed articles include: Israel comes to a standstill as it commemorates Holocaust victims ‘The new Auschwitz': Russians accused of burning bodies to hide Mariupol atrocities ‘3Gs,' grandkids of Holocaust survivors, retell grandparents' stories as own legacy Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. Image: In this illustrative image, a little boy puts his hand on his grandfather's prisoner number tattooed on his arm in Jerusalem on May 24, 2013. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, we're putting the pieces together. Our Jewish guest is A.J. Jacobs, whose new book [https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/622520/the-puzzler-by-aj-jacobs/] is The Puzzler: One Man's Quest to Solve the Most Baffling Puzzles Ever, From Crosswords to Jigsaws to the Meaning of Life. He explains why puzzles are such a useful way to see the world, tries to stump us with some Jewish riddles, and tells us what it's like to appear as a New York Times Crossword clue. Listen to A.J.'s previous appearances on Unorthodox—on our very first episode in 2015, in 2017, and in 2018. We mark Yom Hashoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, with two special segments. First Liel talks to director Barry Levinson, whose latest film, The Survivor [https://www.hbo.com/movies/the-survivor], tells the true story of Harry Haft, a boxer who was forced to fight fellow inmates in Auschwitz. Then we hear a recording of a Yiddish song performed by Avi Wisnia and his late grandfather, Cantor David Wisnia. For more check out mypolishwisnia.com. [https://mypolishwiznia.com] We love to hear from you! Send us your emails and voice memos at firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a voicemail at our listener line: (914) 570-4869. Remember to tell us who you are and where you're calling from. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get new episodes, photos, and more. Join our Facebook group, and follow Unorthodox on Twitter and Instagram. Get a behind-the-scenes look at our recording sessions on our YouTube channel. Upcoming events: May 15, 2022 - Mark Oppenheimer will be discussing his book, Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood at Temple Beth Israel in Skokie Illinois. 10 a.m. Central; tickets here. May 22. 2022 (virtual) — Stephanie Butnick will be in conversation with authors Gary Shteyngart and Claire Stanford as part of the Jewish Book Council and the Jewish Museum's Unpacking the Book series. 7 p.m. Eastern; register here. Get all our events info at tabletmag.com/unorthodoxlive. Check out The Tab, Tablet magazine's new printable weekly digest. Laid out in an attractive PDF for reading on a tablet or desktop, or to be printed, The Tab takes you into Shabbat and through the weekend, for free. Get your copy at tabletm.ag/tab. Want to book us for a live show or event in your area, or partner with us in some other way? Email email@example.com. Unorthodox is produced by Tablet Studios. Check out all of our podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. Sponsors: HIAS: Make a gift to support HIAS' emergency response in Ukraine at hias.org/unorthodox. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tonight's show aired on the eve of Yom HaShoah. We present a new interview with Naftali (Tuli) Deutsch, an Auschwitz survivor, as well as recordings of three others from past years. They are Al (Zoli) Langer, Rokhl Zicherman, and Matele Friedman ז״ל. All of these survivors were born in Carpathian Ruthenia, then in Czechoslovakia, now known as Zakarpatska Oblast, in the western part of Ukraine. Naftali Deutsch is the author of A Holocaust Survivor: In The Footsteps Of His Past, his auto-biography. Info here: https://holocaustsurvivorbook.com Announcement: The American Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors of Greater Boston invites you to Boston's 2022 Virtual Community Holocaust Commemoration of Yom HaShoah, Sunday, May 1, 2022, at 2:00PM Eastern. Info and registration here: https://www.jcrcboston.org/yh2022/ Music: Shimon Yisraeli: Zog Nit Keyn Mol (lyrics: Shmerke Kaczerginski) The following sung by Matele Friedman, recorded by The Yiddish Voice on January 1, 2020: Es Brent (Words and music by Mordkhe Gebirtig) The following sung by Rokhl Zicherman, recorded by The Yiddish Voice in January 2019: In Auschwitzer Lager Holocaust 'Dem Milners Trern' Abraham Brun: Why Need We Cry? Dudu Fisher: Vu Ahin Zol Ikh Geyn (lyrics: Igor S. Korntayer) Intro instrumental music: DEM HELFANDS TANTS, an instrumental track from the CD Jeff Warschauer: The Singing Waltz Air Date: April 27, 2020
Dan Grunfeld is a former professional Basketball player and the son of NBA legend, Ernie Grunfeld. We discuss how his grandmother escaped Auschwitz, his father's powerful immigration story, unification through sport, Transylvania, his book "By the Grace of the Game" and so much more.
Q&A on the film The Survivor with director Barry Levinson and actor & executive producer Ben Foster. Moderated by Mara Webster, In Creative Company. After being sent to Auschwitz, Haft is forced to participate in a gladiatorial boxing spectacle along with his fellow prisoners.
We kick the episode off with our immediate thoughts on "The Northman" and "Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent," both of which are fantastic in their ways. Not a ton of new stuff in theaters other than a Liam Neeson shoot-em-up, "Memory," and some interesting foreign films, "Hatching" and "Vortex," but over on the streaming side there's series finales dropping on Netflix for "Ozark" and "Grace & Frankie," plus debuts including "We Run This City" on HBO, "The Offer" on Paramount+, "Shining Girls" on Apple TV+, and "I Love That For You" on Showtime. And finally, Bruce Miller talks with Ben Foster and Barry Levinson about their new film, "The Survivor," which portrays the story of a real-life survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp, forced to box his fellow inmates to survive. You can see that on HBO Max starting April 27. More from Bruce Miller: 'Sketchbook' brings out the personality in animation Ben Foster digs into his own reserve to play a concentration camp 'Survivor' 'Cyrano' hopes to nose out others in DVD market Andrew Garfield's new series, 'Under the Banner' looks at extremes in religion, society 'Gaslit' looks at the drama behind Watergate Director Robert Eggers embraces big moves in 'The Northman' Where to watch: The Survivor (April 27, HBO/Max) The Northman (official site) The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (official site) Hatching (official site) Memory (official site) Vortex (official site) We Own This City (April 25, HBO/Max) The Offer (April 28, Paramount+) Ozark (April 29, Netflix) Grace & Frankie (April 29, Netflix) Shining Girls (April 29, Apple TV+) I Love That For You (May 1, Showtime) Links to other fun stuff we talked about in this episode: An interview with Robert Eggers, director of 'The Northman,' plus 'Everything Everywhere All At Once,' 'Russian Doll,' the cult of Nic Cage, and more! Follow the show: Twitter: https://twitter.com/StreamdNScreend Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/streamedandscreened Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StreamedAndScreened Streamed & Screened is a podcast about movies and TV hosted by Bruce Miller, an entertainment reporter for multiple decades who is now the editor of the Sioux City Journal, Jared McNett, a reporter for the Sioux City Journal, and Chris Lay, the podcast operations manager for Lee Enterprises. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rami Elhanan is an Israeli graphic artist whose father survived Auschwitz. He lost his daughter Smadar in 1997. Two weeks off being 14 years old, Smadar was blown up by three Palestinian suicide bombers. She was out that afternoon buying books for school. Bassam Aramin was a Palestinian prisoner for seven years for throwing grenades as a 17 year old at some Israeli soldiers that fortunately did not injure anyone. One day, on Holocaust Remembrance Day, he watched a film on the Holocaust and found himself weeping for the Jewish victims. After prison, he married, settled down, and engaged in reconciliation work with Palestinians and Israelis who refused to fight anymore. Then Abir, his 10 year old daughter was shot in 2007 by an Israeli soldier early in the morning outside school on her way to buy sweets/candy at a nearby shop. Today Bassam and Rami work together telling their stories and inviting people to take the side of peace and end the occupation. They conclude this podcast with a peace invitation to each one of us, answering the question, “What can we do?”Further ResourcesThe stories of Bassam and Rami are told in Apeirogon by Irish author Colum McCann (Bloomsbury, 2020). The book is a masterpiece with the testimonies of Bassam and Rami at its heart but then the wider story is cleverly and movingly novelized. You can find out more about Parents Circle, a grassroots group of 600 Palestinian and Israeli parents who have lost a loved one - see their webpage https://www.theparentscircle.org/en/ Also, see Amnesty International's February 2022 Report referred to in the podcast: Israel's Apartheid Against Palestinians – A Look into Decades of Oppression and Dominationhttps://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2022/02/israels-apartheid-against-palestinians-a-cruel-system-of-domination-and-a-crime-against-humanity/Host: Andrew BoltonGuests: Rami Elhanan and Bassam Armin
Le 27 avril 1940 représente une fracture dans l'histoire contemporaine et une blessure dans les relations internationales. Il s'agit en effet du jour dans lequel le dirigeant SS Heinrich Himmler a donné l'ordre d'aménager le camp de concentration d'Auschwitz dans le sud de la Pologne occupée par les nazis. Après Auschwitz, d'autres lieux d'extermination ont été érigés en Pologne et autour de l'Europe en causant la mort de 3 millions de juifs. Une fracture au cœur de l'humanité mais aussi un problème diplomatique. Comment reconstruire les rapports entre États après une telle fracture ? Comment recoudre la plaie causée par la Shoah ? Ceux-ci sont les enjeux auxquels la Pologne et Israël ont dû faire face après 1945 et les sujets dont on a parlé avec Jean Bernard Lugadet, membre de l'association nantaise Czesc à l'occasion de sa conférence Les Polonais et Israel à la Maison de l'Europe de Nantes. Cependant, les rapports diplomatiques ne sont pas toujours faciles.
In this episode, Sharon sits down with psychologist and best-selling author, Dr. Edith Eger and her daughter–who is also a psychologist–Dr. Marianne Engle. When Dr. Eger was a young girl, she was a talented gymnast who trained for the Olympic games but was instead imprisoned at Auschwitz. As a survivor, she has written beautiful books full of light and healing. Dr. Eger advocates that we don't ask “Why me?” but rather, “What now?”, which is a question that promotes action and an openness to change and possibility. Both Dr. Eger and Dr. Engle remind us that you can't heal what you don't feel; acknowledging our stories is a step toward freedom. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Connaissez-vous l'histoire d'Alfred Nakache ? Surnommé «le nageur d'Auschwitz», il a marqué l'histoire de la natation au XXème siècle. Un roman ainsi qu'une pièce de théâtre sont consacrés ces jours-ci au parcours du sportif disparu en 1983. Alfred Nakache grandit à Constantine, en Algérie française, dans une famille juive. Effrayé par l'eau quand il est petit, il développe une passion pour la natation à 14 ans, grâce à un militaire français qui lui apprend les bases de la nage. Alfred arrive en France en 1933 et très vite, il enchaîne les titres de champion de France et pulvérise des records du monde.Son ascension s'arrête brutalement lorsqu'il est arrêté, et déporté à Auschwitz, où il est séparé de son épouse et de sa fille. Il entre alors dans une résistance passive et se bat pour continuer à nager en cachette dans les bassins d'eau du camp.L'auteur Renaud Leblond, qui publie le 5 mai « Le Nageur d'Auschwitz » (l'Archipel) après plusieurs années de recherches, raconte l'histoire d'Alfred Nakache dans Code source au micro de Sarah Hamny.Ecoutez Code source sur toutes les plateformes audio : Apple Podcast (iPhone, iPad), Google Podcast (Android), Podcast Addict ou Castbox, Deezer, Spotify.Direction de la rédaction : Pierre Chausse - Rédacteur en chef : Jules Lavie - Reporter : Sarah Hamny - Production : Raphaël Pueyo, Ambre Rosala et Thibault Lambert - Réalisation et mixage : Julien Montcouquiol - Musiques : François Clos, Audio Network, Epidemic Sound - Identité graphique : Upian. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
In 1996, British author and Holocaust denier David Irving filed a libel case against American historian Deborah Lipstadt, stating that she had defamed him in her book Denying the Holocaust. In what became the case, David Irving versus Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt, architectural historian Robert Jan Van Pelt was brought in as the defense's expert witness owing to his work on the history of Auschwitz. Robert Jan Van Pelt has taught at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture since 1987. His book, ‘Auschwitz: 1270 to the Present' with Deborah Dwork and subsequent report ‘The Case for Auschwitz' generated The Evidence Room at the 2016 Venice Biennale. He is also the Chief Curator of the traveling exhibition ‘Auschwitz. Not Far Away. Not Long Ago'. More on Robert: https://uwaterloo.ca/architecture/people-profiles/robert-jan-van-pelt
Keira Knightley discusses her new animated drama, Charlotte, which tells the true story of Charlotte Salomon — a young German Jewish artist who painted her life's story before the Nazis deported her to Auschwitz. Screenwriter and novelist Delia Ephron talks about her new memoir, Left on Tenth: A Second Chance at Life, in which she writes about a surprise encounter decades in the making — and why it's never too late to find love. Actor Allan Hawco reflects on how the pandemic has impacted the arts industry, plus what he tells aspiring actors about the resilience they need to succeed in the business.
Book review: What you ought to know about this stolen child, storyteller and leader. Tell Me Why: The story of my life and my music by Archie Roach is about finding family, music and purpose. Certainly, it is sad and confronting in parts, however, overall it offers an undeniable message of hope and love. ⇨ YOU WILL LEARN: * What this Simon and Schuster Australia publication is all about * How this proud Australian Aboriginal won ARIA awards * Why a child of the Stolen Generations wanted to pen this ABIA-winning life story * See how memories and stories need to be told! Please note: If you are affected by this story and want to seek assistance, see: 1800RESPECT https://www.1800respect.org.au/, Kids Help Line http://kidshelpline.com.au/, Lifeline https://www.lifeline.org.au/, Beyondblue https://www.beyondblue.org.au/ ⇨ FULL ARTICLE Click to read: https://www.foreveryoungautobiographies.com/tell-me-why/ ⇨ VIDEO PODCAST Click to watch: https://youtu.be/2B1Xk5SaLfc ⇨ FREE GIFT Your Family Stories System: Easily capture your loved ones' memories for future generations - FREE sections, click to sign up: https://wp.me/P8NwjM-b5 ⇨ YOUR SAY Do you have a memory of a parent you would like to share? Leave me a comment below or here https://www.foreveryoungautobiographies.com/contact/ ⇨ RELATED LINKS Best life stories of 2021: Award-winning books to read this holiday season https://www.foreveryoungautobiographies.com/best-life-stories-of-2021/ The Happiest Man on Earth: Bestseller by 100yo Auschwitz survivor Eddie Jaku https://www.foreveryoungautobiographies.com/the-happiest-man-on-earth/ Painful stories: How to write about sad memories and hard conversations https://www.foreveryoungautobiographies.com/painful-stories/ Memory palaces: What you should know about mnemonic memory palaces https://www.foreveryoungautobiographies.com/memory-palaces/ Why write: Why is writing important and why do we write https://www.foreveryoungautobiographies.com/understanding-your-why/ ♡ Thanks for listening - PLEASE SUBSCRIBE if you are new and SHARE OR REVIEW THE SHOW if you found it helpful! Happy writing! ⇨ ABOUT ME Hi and welcome! My name is Nicola and I help you learn how to create and self-publish life stories for family and friends so that unique memories live on. For decades I've told thousands of people's stories as a print journalist and would love to hear yours! ⇨ WEBSITE https://www.foreveryoungautobiographies.com ⇨ YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6nfZWWTeRpBWMcxluLDa-w ⇨ FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/foreveryoungautobiographies
Prior to the Holocaust, the 1903 pogrom in Kishinev (now Moldova) was the most infamous occurrence of Jewish suffering in the Diaspora. In this episode, Noam explores the many myths that surround the massacre and how it inspired Theodor Herzl to propose the controversial Uganda Plan. ~~~~ This season of Unpacking Israeli History is generously sponsored by Barbara Sommer & Alan Fisher, and Marci & Andrew Spitzer, and this episode is generously sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, and the Tampa Jewish Federation. ~~~~ Learn more about Unpacked: https://jewishunpacked.com/about/ Visit Unpacked on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/unpacked Unpacking Israeli History about the Uganda Plan: https://jewishunpacked.com/herzl-and-the-non-promised-land/ ~~~~ Edward Judge, Anatomy of a Pogrom http://faculty.history.umd.edu/BCooperman/NewCity/Slaughter.html Micah Goodman, The Wondering Jew: Israel and the Search for Jewish Identity https://sci-hub.hkvisa.net/10.2307/23877915 https://sci-hub.hkvisa.net/10.1093/mj/kjh017 https://www.loc.gov/exhibits/naacp/founding-and-early-years.html Ervin Birnbaum, In the Shadow of the Struggle https://sci-hub.hkvisa.net/10.2307/40574565 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EAQVYv-rqw
El activismo editorial de Carlos Morales del Coso fue realmente extraordinario: en el año 2000 fundó los Cuadernos del Mediterráneo; en 2001, y con la escritora israelí Margalit Matitiahu, los Kuadrinos sefardíes, y en el año 2004 la Biblioteca del Holocausto, con la inestimable ayuda del poeta Jaime Vándor. Con Juan Ramón Mansilla codirigió la revista Hilos de araña y, ya en televisión, condujo algunos programas dedicados a la cultura, entre los que destacó el tan recordado "Suelo perdido". En Internet, es el responsable editorial de Poesía de El Toro de Barro "que el tiempo ha convertido en una de las diez páginas más leídas e influyentes de la poesía de España e Iberoamérica”, según indica el propio autor, y de Cartas en la noche, aunque su actividad más celebrada en este campo se concentra en Made in Auschwitz blog. Ese fue el contexto en el que, poniendo al límite toda la energía de El Toro de Barro, Carlos Morales del Coso pudo dedicar su tiempo a partir de 1997 a su abrumadora tarea de recopilación sistemática de la poesía a la que dio lugar el Holocausto. Participarán en la presentación Rafael Narbona, prologuista de al obra; Carlos Morales autor de la antología; y Fernando Navarro, presidente de Citma, entidad coeditora y el poeta Juan Carlos Mestre. Esta antología reúne precisamente una amplia recopilación de lo que podría llamarse poesía del Holocausto.
Mehr als 40 Millionen Karten umfasst die zentrale Namenskartei der Arolsen Archives. Sie gibt Auskunft über das Schicksal von insgesamt rund 17,5 Millionen vom NS-Regime verfolgter Menschen. Bis 2008 konnten diese weltweit einmalige Dokumentensammlung nur Menschen nutzen, die in der NS-Zeit verfolgt wurden und den Terror überlebt hatten. Selbst Forschenden war das Zentrum nicht zugänglich. Dabei liegt im nordhessischen Bad Arolsen alles, was den Alliierten bei der Befreiung der KZ in die Hände fiel: Transportlisten aus Buchenwald und Auschwitz, Verhör-Unterlagen der Gestapo, Befehle der obersten NS-Führungsriege und Untersuchungsprotokolle. Mit Wanderausstellungen wie StolenMemory, mit Bildungsprojekten und digitalen Mitmach-Aktionen wie EveryNameCounts, sind die Arolsen Archives heute keine reine Dokumentenverwaltung mehr, sondern ein lebendiger Ort, der die Erinnerung an die Verbrechen der NS-Zeit wachhält – mit neuen Wegen und digitalen Methoden. Weitere interessante Informationen: https://arolsen-archives.org/news/grimme-online-award-fuer-stolenmemory/
Washington Post chief film critic Ann Hornaday speaks with actor Ben Foster and director Barry Levinson about their new film, “The Survivor,” which follows the true story of boxer and Holocaust survivor Harry Haft and his life after escaping Auschwitz.
“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.” This is one of the most impactful books I've ever read, and it is constantly on the top-5 list of books I recommend that everybody read. Where it sits in the top 5 will depend on the person I'm recommending it to, but this is a must-read for everyone who listens to this podcast!Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl's memoir has riveted generations of readers with its descriptions of life in Nazi death camps and its lessons for spiritual survival. Between 1942 and 1945 Frankl labored in four different camps, including Auschwitz, while his parents, brother, and pregnant wife perished. Based on his own experience and the experiences of others he treated later in his practice, Frankl argues that we cannot avoid suffering but we can choose how to cope with it, find meaning in it, and move forward with renewed purpose. Frankl's theory-known as logotherapy, from the Greek word logos ("meaning")-holds that our primary drive in life is not pleasure, as Freud maintained, but the discovery and pursuit of what we personally find meaningful.Your host - Shaun Kober Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coach_kobes/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/performancef... YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnOp... Rate and Review: https://lovethepodcast.com/livetrainperform
The Mayor of Mariupol, Ukraine, says at least 40% of the city's destroyed infrastructure is no longer recoverable and calls Mariupol the “new Auschwitz” amid its City Council's claim that Russian forces are using mobile crematoria to dispose of bodies there. That, as Russian state media increases its pro-war rhetoric, urging the Kremlin to “go all the way” in Ukraine. Russian forces withdraw from areas near Kyiv and Chernihiv, as NATO braces for a “concentrated” attack in Eastern Ukraine. Plus, the U.S. slaps new sanctions on Putin's daughters and Russian banks, adding to the existing sanctions on 140 Oligarchs and 400 Russian Government Officials, and water levels plummet at America's second largest reservoir. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
The EU's top diplomat hopes to announce a new round of sanctions on Russia today as NATO countries meet to discuss the situation in Ukraine. Meanwhile Russian forces are ramping up attacks in eastern Ukraine, as the mayor of Mariupol describes his city as a "new Auschwitz." The WHO reports a drop in global Covid cases and deaths, though that's partly because of a change in how counting is done. Police say Sunday's deadly mass shooting in Sacramento was gang-related. Plus, one city got a month's worth of rain in just one night. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Mariupol's mayor reveals at least 5,000 civilians, including 200+ children, have been killed in the invasion. It comes as President Zelenskyy accuses Russia of trying to hide evidence of potential war crimes. Meantime, the U.S. unleashes new sanctions on Russian elites. Plus, the Justice Department will now decide whether to criminally prosecute former Trump aides Peter Navarro and Dan Scavino for snubbing the Jan. 6th committee. And the Senate is expected to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court Thursday. Eric Schmitt, Jeremy Bash, Julia Friedlander, Melissa Murray, Jackie Alemany and Heidi Levine join.
The US unveils new sanctions targeting the Russian elite including Vladimir Putin's two adult children. Today, though, more proof Putin is undeterred. A flurry of new Russian military assaults and haunting words from the most besieged city. Mariupol's mayor says the scale of death rivals Nazi concentration camps and calls it the new Auschwitz. Officials say Moscow's military is using mobile crematoriums to dispose of bodies. Today's show begins Zaporizhzhia with CNN's Ivan Watson. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Q: If all my perceptions are influenced my cultural circumstances, how can I be sure to find absolute truth? How to know, if what I find is not yet just another cultural conditioning? Q: How did your ordination go? (3 min 45 sec) Q: Why did you get ordained in Auschwitz? (14 mins) Q: When is the right time to ask a question? (18 min 55 sec) Q: What is that new pin you are wearing on your robe? (28 mins) These are questions and topics that Claude AnShin Thomas - fully ordained Zen Buddhist Monk in the Japanese Soto Zen tradition - reflects on. He reminds the listener of how to stay awake to life and how to understand the trappings of a deluded mind more deeply. This episode was recorded during a zoom questions&response session with a German-speaking audience. For more interesting information: https://zaltho.org/ If you want to ask a question: firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read up on this topic? Book recommendations: Bringing Meditation to Life - 108 Teachings on the Path of Zen Practice AT HELL'S GATE - A Soldier's Journey from War to Peace (Shambhala Publications 2003) https://zaltho.org/en/media/books.html
In the thousands of preserved registration photographs of Auschwitz prisoners, we can see faces of the men and women imprisoned in the camp. Dr Wojciech Płosa, the head of Auschwitz Memorial Archives, talks about the history of these photographs.
This is a part 1, but don't wait because the other parts aren't really connected. Listen now.Evidence photos @ https://talkmurder.com/unit-731In July 1989, a construction company working in the Shinjuku district unearthed dozens of fragmented skulls and human bones. The bones were determined to be victims of the infamous Unit 731 secret Japanese research program that experimented with and murdered thousands of Chinese citizens.
Caution: contains themes of an adult nature.This is the second in a series of re-released episodes from the Feel Better Live More back catalogue. This is a powerful story that my guest delivers with extraordinary wisdom.Today's conversation will stop you in your tracks. It's powerful, confronting and challenging and I am so grateful for my guest's honesty, empathy and willingness to share the wisdom of her 93 years. Dr Edith Eger is a Holocaust survivor, psychologist and expert in the treatment of post-traumatic stress but above all, she's an incredible human being with an extraordinary story to share. Her latest book, The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life, is quite simply a phenomenal read and in my view a must-read for all of us. As a Jew living in Eastern Europe under Nazi occupation, Edith was taken to Auschwitz concentration camp with her parents and sister, at the age of 16. She explains how she found her inner resources, how she came to view her guards as the real prisoners, turn hate into pity and, incredibly, she even describes her horrific experience as ‘an opportunity'. She has liberated herself from the prison of her past through forgiveness. I'm acutely aware that for many of us listening, myself included, it's hard to put our own problems alongside anything Edith has faced. Which makes her teaching that, ‘There's no hierarchy in trauma' all the more beautiful. Edith is not here to make us put our own suffering into perspective and overcome it. Rather, she explains, we can learn to come to terms with pain, reframe it and become stronger. We cover so many different topics in this conversation, from parenting and relationship wisdom to insights on semantics and depression. Edith's message to us is that we can change the thoughts and behaviours that are keeping us imprisoned in the past. I felt grateful and humbled to have had the opportunity to speak to Edith and the conversation really changed me. I hope you get as much out of it as I did.Thanks to our sponsors: https://www.leafyard.com/livemore https://www.athleticgreens.com/livemoreOrder Dr Chatterjee's new book Happy Mind, Happy Life:UK version: https://amzn.to/304opgJUS & Canada version: https://amzn.to/3DRxjgp Show notes available at https://drchatterjee.com/250Support the podcast and enjoy Ad-Free episodes. Try FREE for 7 days on Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/3oAKmxi. For other podcast platforms go to https://fblm.supercast.com.DISCLAIMER: The content in the podcast and on this webpage is not intended to constitute or be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or qualified health care provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on the podcast or on my website. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Robert Rosen Nowhere Man The Donald Jeffries Show 3-23-2022 Robert Rosen Robert Rosen Nowhere Man Robert Rosen is the author of Nowhere Man: The Final Days of John Lennon, an international bestseller that's been translated into many languages. His latest book, A Brooklyn Memoir, is a story about growing up in Brooklyn in the 1950s and 60s, surrounded by Auschwitz survivors and WWII vets who fought the Nazis. His investigative memoir, Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography, received critical acclaim across the cultural spectrum. Rosen's work has appeared in publications all over the world, including The Village Voice, The Independent (U.K.), Uncut (U.K.), Erotic Review (U.K.), Mother Jones, The Soho Weekly News, La Repubblica (Italy), Dagospia (Italy), VSD (France), Proceso (Mexico), Reforma (Mexico), and El Heraldo (Colombia). Robert and Don Jeffries discuss his controversial book on John Lennon. ROBERT ROSEN: WEBSITE: https://www.robertrosennyc.com/ Nowhere Man: The Final Days of John Lennon: https://www.amazon.com/Nowhere-Man-Final-Days-Lennon-ebook/dp/B015RXUD6U/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= BLOG: https://www.robertrosennyc.com/blog TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Rrosen2727 BROOKLYN MEMOIR: https://www.amazon.com/Brooklyn-Memoir-My-Life-Boy/dp/190939498X/ DONALD JEFFRIES ONLINE: “I Protest” https://donaldjeffries.substack.com/ Twitter page: https://twitter.com/DonJeffries Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Donald-Jeffries/e/B004T6NFAS%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share THE DONALD JEFFRIES SHOW: https://ochelli.com/series/the-donald-jeffries-show/ OCHELLI LINKS: HELP KEEP US GOING: https://ochelli.com/donate/ Ochelli Effect – Uncle – Age of Transitions – T-shirts and MORE: https://theageoftransitions.com/category/support-the-podcasts/ APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ochelli-effect/id1120515637 Robert Rosen Nowhere Man
Lets stick with the keyword theme for part 2 of Malcolm Nance: waterboarding, Auschwitz, Trump, Ukraine...it's a charged up discussion as Judy wraps up her fascinating chat with Malcolm Nance. Thanks for listening to Kill Me Now with Judy Gold! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices