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Germany : justice and memory : How has Germany tried to come to terms with the legacy of its Nazi past?

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    This year, 2020, sees the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two. Its legacy remains. Nowhere more so than in Germany, where the rise of Nazism led to the war, and terrible crimes against humanity. Chris Bowlby explores how post-war Germans have faced this inheritance and discovers how a search for justice in relation to Nazi crimes has continued, despite heavy pressure to stop.
    Series
    Documentary podcast
    Format
    Online resource
    Published
    London : BBC World Service, 12 January 2020
    Locale
    Germany
    Other Authors/Editors
    Fulbrook, Mary, 1951- interviewee.
    Rommel, Jens, interviewee.
    Bowlby, Chris, narrator.
    BBC World Service.

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    English
    External Link
    Link to podcast
    Physical Description
    1 online resource (1 audio file) (50 min., 14 sec.)

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    2020-01-16 10:08:00
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