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Learn about the political uprisings in Germany after World War I that resulted in the fall of the German empire.
Learn about the laws that redefined what it meant to be German in Nazi Germany, and that stripped Jews and others of citizenship.
Read about the highly capable partisans of Evia, the second largest island in Greece.
Learn about the lingering threats of antisemitism that Jews in Europe, and especially Poland, faced after the Holocaust.
Resistance leader Vitka Kempner recalls attitudes toward women in Soviet partisan units.
Get insight into the complicated role the Christian church played in the Indian Residential Schools system.
Read about the seventeenth- and eighteenth- century scientists who tried to prove that humankind is divided into separate and unequal races.
Review the preamble and bill of rights of South Africa’s 1996 Constitution, a collaborative document that contains considerable protections on civil rights.
Bishop Frank Retief shares his concern about the ineffectiveness of the TRC in achieving justice for victims of apartheid and reconciling South Africa in a 1998 interview.
Learn about the doctors, engineers, and technicians who helped develop the tools that were instrumental in the mass murder of millions of people during the Holocaust.