Given that possibility, she said, the of the Nazi era must not be allowed to recede into the history books. “If we start engineering blond-haired, blue-eyed babies, can we blame just Hitler?” she said.
And for her - as with others gathered in the room - telling the truth is all-important. As she gives an impassioned speech to the crowded room, it is clear how her ruptured history has dominated her life. And her chosen career comes as little surprise - family therapy.
In another subject called Philosophical Propadeutic (history of philosophy), the teacher used the book by Alfred Rosenberg, an Estonian non-Jew with a Jewish name. Man, according to his idea, was a combination of blood and flesh without a spirit. His body guided by “intuition” which man had the power to evoke. Hitler, he claimed, possessed this intuition, which he was able to implant in all his followers.Join us to watch a live interview with a survivor, followed by a question-and-answer session.
Folker Heinecke was only two years old when he was kidnapped in what is now Ukraine by Nazis because of his Aryan looks. He thinks his real name is Aleksander Litau. After growing up in East Germany, he was only able to search for his family when the wall came down.Now in their 60s, a group of these children met this weekend in the eastern German town of Wernigerode, telling their stories in the hope of quelling the taboos and flamboyant about the murky Nazi institutions.
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