Submitted by Jason McDonald on July 27, 2011 - 10:04am
In 1941, Hitler’s strategic dilemma of invading and destroying the Soviet Union, a much larger country, led him to seek warriors from fascistic dictators across Europe. Spain, Italy, Romania and Hungary answered his call and sent forces.
Submitted by Jason McDonald on July 26, 2011 - 8:32pm
This Hungarian production is being hailed for its emotional impact on audiences. Based on Nobel laureate Imre Kertesz's novel about Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust, it follows the story of a young boy left behind after the liquidation of the Budapest Ghetto and his incarceration in Auschwitz.
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Ari Beser has been to Japan before to learn about the Japanese perspective, but he needs your help to go again. In 2011 Ari received a grant through his university and went to Japan to explore the history of World War II from their side.