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Moshe Shner

victims to the Nazi “Final Solution of the Jewish Problem”, and on 5 August 1942, he and the entire orphanage of 192 children and about 10 staff boarded the train that took them to the Treblinka death camp. However, when we go beyond the dark curtain of the Holocaust, we encounter a world-known campaigner

Priscilla Alderson

vulnerability back to Nietzsche, via Arnold Gehlen who is “controversial”, Turner says because he was a senior Nazi official and later a neoconservative - and also to Peter Berger who, despite spending his youth in Nazi Germany, celebrated powerful structures in his 1967 book, The Sacred Canopy . Gehlen (1988

propaganda emanating primarily from Goebbel’s war-machine in Nazi Germany, and a challenge and an antidote to the fantasy films cranked out by Hollywood. To Brian J. Low’s credit, he sets out in NFB Kids to fol- low Grierson’s agenda – to map out as thoroughly as possible the propaganda in NFB films by

Jozef H.H.M. Dorscheidt and Irma M. Hein

endeavour of the human community to prevent repetition of the horrific medical experiments preformed on prisoners of war and defenceless inmates of concentration camps by Nazi Germany during World War ii ( Mitscherlich/Mielke, 1947; Klee, 1997; Weindling, 2004; Weindling, 2015 ). Although the importance

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). Key was not alone in arguing that way. On the contrary, speaking about eugenics was in vogue in her time, in contrast to practising, which in Europe probably did only occur on a broad scale in Nazi-Germany, and, until the seventies, in Sweden (Andresen and Baader 1998: 24–25). Probably, this is the

Gabriel Eichsteller

/ International Journal of Children’s Rights 17 (2009) 377–391 Janusz Korczak died in August 1942, in the Nazis’ extermination camp Treblinka. He died together with the children from his Jewish orphanage in Warsaw and he died for them, giving them hope in a situation of despair. Korczak wanted to be with them in

Freeman

who happily endorse them. There were Germans in the 1930s and 1940s who were not Nazis, even some who risked their lives to save Jews from the Holocaust (Todorov, 1999). So, what makes it possible for some people to judge, not only differently from, but in opposition to their communities? Arendt was

Anne Mcgillivray

, ethical fit, consonance with the rules of law, what law is and what law should be, where law speaks and where it is silent. Law 'on the books' may look good - like German legislation banning hate propaganda during the rise of Nazism or the Soviet constitution - but may be unequally applied, applied

Debra L. DeLaet

rights discourse. It is frequently claimed as a fundamental human right and has been recognized as a right in the national jurisprudence of some countries (Ramachandran, 2009: 1-2). Indeed, a recent district court decision in Germany, which ruled that non-medical circumcision is a ‘serious and

Everett M. Ressler

returning home. Also, as part of Stalin's purges, many of the Spanish teachers were killed or impris- oned. Then in 1941, with the Nazi invasion of Russia, the Spanish children once again became refugees and suffered all the hardships of Soviet citi- zenry during World War II. Not all groups of evacuated