Dr. Daniel Newman discusses the experience of Holocaust victims in the Soviet Union and addresses the ways the tragedy is remembered in countries of the former USSR. Remembrance of the millions of Jews who were murdered proved a contentious political issue during the decades of Soviet rule and remains so today. Dr. Newman is the Program Manager of the Initiative for the Study of the Holocaust in the Soviet Union at the United States Holocaust Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies in Washington, DC.
PODCAST | Daniel Newman | The Holocaust in the Soviet Union (10.13.16)
March 15, 2017