Joshua Rubenstein, author and associate at Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian studies, details the relationship between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union in the decade before World War II.
Dr. Clayborne Carson and Dr. Andrea McEvoy Spero of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Institute discuss the newly curated collection of MLK speeches, A Time to Break Silence.
Dr. Victoria Barnett speaks about Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German pastor who took a stand against the Nazis.
This film explores how one family found restitution and healing after coming together for a ceremony to loan items looted by the Nazis from their descendant Marcus Heinemann back to Museum Lüneburg.
Scholar David Marwell describes and analyzes footage of a Nazi mass shooting in Latvia in 1941.
Scholars describe the persistence of antisemitism in Europe from the Enlightenment through World War I and explain how new social, political, and pseudo-scientific justifications were created to perpetuate old prejudices.
Jonathan Petropoulos discusses the importance of the German 1937 Degenerate Art exhibit.