Resistance in Nazi Germany

WED, FEB 23, 2011 (2:32:21)

This panel discussion examines some of the many facets of resistance against the oppression of the Third Reich in Germany: spiritual, military, and philosophical. Panelists include Klaus Scharioth, the ambassador to the United States from the Federal Republic of Germany; Detlef Garbe, director at the Neuengamme (Hamburg) Memorial; Peter C. Hoffmann, the William Kingsford Professor of History at McGill University; Robert Buckley, consultant for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.; John Michalczyk, chair of the Department of Fine Arts at Boston College; and Lorenz Reibling, faculty member in Boston College’s Woods College of Advancing Studies.

Partner
Boston College
Series
A History of Protest