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Honoring a Young Victim 76 Years after the Holocaust | The Last Survivors

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Learn about Manfred Goldberg’s struggle to come to terms with his brother’s murder in Auschwitz, 76 years after the Holocaust, in these videos excerpted from The Last Survivors | FRONTLINE. Goldberg describes the lingering trauma of a childhood spent in the camps and the lifelong impact of his brother’s unexplained disappearance.

The Holocaust through Children’s Eyes | The Last Survivors

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Follow the firsthand testimony of the last generation of Holocaust survivors, as they recount the haunting memories of being sent to Nazi concentration camps, in these videos excerpted from The Last Survivors: FRONTLINE. As camp survivor Ivor Perl and his family take part in a modern-day tour of Auschwitz, fellow survivors recall arriving at the camp as children and the unimaginable horror and loss that awaited them.

Nazi Ideology | World on Fire

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Discover the ways in which Nazi ideology encompassed more than hatred against the Jews, in this video excerpt from World on Fire | MASTERPIECE. When American reporter Nancy Campbell meets with Dr. Voller, who runs a “clinic” for those deemed inferior because of physical or mental disabilities, he explains the Nazi rationale of eliminating anyone who would “infect” the superiority of the so-called Aryan race.

A Closer Look at "Scarface"

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In the activities contained within this gallery, students will explore the life of Al Capone and how he used Prohibition to become one of the most notorious mobsters in American history.

Learning Objective

  • Students will analyze how Al Capone capitalized on lax regulation of Prohibition enforcement and became one of the biggest names in organized crime in the nation.

 

Austin Revealed: Stories From Vietnam

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This program is proudly featured as part of the PBS Stories of Service Wavelength Series. A look at how the Vietnam War impacted those in Austin, and those who would call it home.

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