Fatal Months: Auschwitz and the End of the Second World War

2020 marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the most lethal of all Nazi camps.

This lecture looks back at its final months, from the time the camp reached its murderous peak, after the mass deportations of Jews from Hungary, to the arrival of Soviet soldiers in January 1945. But liberation did not put an end to Nazi murder – it continued elsewhere, until the final German defeat in spring 1945.

The lecture follows the fate of former Auschwitz prisoners forced to other camps and the crimes of former Auschwitz SS staff in camps like Bergen-Belsen.

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Wednesday 18th November 2020


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The Alfred Wiener Holocaust Memorial Lecture 2020