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The Lessons of Netflix’s Munich

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Alvin Finkel When people desire a more bellicose response to an international conflict, they often accuse their opponents of failing to recognize the lessons of “Munich.” We are hearing that from some Canadian conservatives with regards to Canada’s response to the threat of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. The assumption in their use of “Munich” is that the leaders of… Read more »

History Slam Episode 138 – Cheating Hitler: Surviving the Holocaust

http://activehistory.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/History-Slam-138.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadBy Sean Graham Cheating Hitler: Surviving the Holocaust will be screened on Wednesday November 6 at the Bell TIFF Lightbox in Toronto, after which there will be a special talkback with the three Holocaust survivors featured in the film along with the director and producer. The world broadcast premiere will be on November 11… Read more »

Combating the ‘Haters:’ Social Media and Public Memory in Contemporary Germany

By Erica Fagen Share. Like. Tweet. Favourite. Social media has a large presence in today’s culture, but how can it be useful for historians? For the past three months, I have worked on “Hate 2.0: Combatting Right-Wing Extremism in the Age of Social Technology,” which looks at how individuals and organizations are using social media to counter hate. I am… Read more »