International Conference, Yad Vashem 2012
the Comprehension of the Final Solution?
The conference was held at Yad Vashem (Israeli official Holocaust museum). the conference discussed vireos aspects of the decisive year for the outcome of the war as well as the Jewish genocide.
The conference was organize by Yad Vashem museum and The Documentation Center of North African Jewry during World war 2.
English lectures (by order):
Antony James Beevor, Visiting Professor at University of London; University of Kent The Eastern Front and the Military Context, 1941-1942
Florent Brayard, Historical Research Center (EHESS), Paris Those Who Didn’t Believe: On the Reception of the Inter-Allied Declaration of December 1942
Jan Láníček, University of New South Wales, Sydney
Paul O’Shea, Australian Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Rosebank College, Sydney
Gerald Steinacher, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Laszlo Karsai, University of Szeged
Aomar Boum, University of Arizona, Tucson
Patrick Bernhard, FRIAS, Freiburg University
Filippo Petrucci, University of Cagliari
Lasting Impact of Vichy, New Horrors of Nazism: The Existential Challenges of North African Jewsat the End of 1942
Emmanuel Debono, Center of the 20th Century Social History, Paris
The Difficult Recovery of the Crémieux Decree (8 November 1942 - 20 October 1943)
Ludivine Broch, University of London
Kiril Feferman, Russian Holocaust Center, Moscow
Viktoriya Sukovata, Kharkiv National Karazin University
Piotr Setkiewicz, State Museum Auschwitz, Oświęcim
Jonathan Goldstein, University of West Georgia, Carrollton (Georgia)
Gerhard Weinberg, Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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