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Gideon

Back in the year 2011, one of Northeastern University’s beloved students received the Gideon Klein Award for the years 2011-2012. Emili Kaufman got the award for her exceptional analysis of the artwork of Felix Nussbaum. He was a surrealist painter of German origin, who was killed in one of the Nazi concentration camps in 1944 at Auschwitz.   It was actually put forth to honour Gideon Klein...

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World War II

Among the migrants and refugees of the World War II who came to the U.S., many were great scientists. Albert Einstein, Hans Bethe and many more fled from the rule of Nazis and were able to make their valuable contributions. However, there are many stories of refugees and scientists who did not reach the U.S. shores.   Laurelle Leff, Michelle Borkin and John Wihbey are some faculty...

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Emilio Guido is a communications and media studies student at the Northeastern University and has recently released a documentary, called Laugh Now: A Perspective on Life, Liberty, & the Holocaust. Here, he has chronicled the life story of Theofanis Orfanos, who was captured at the age of 15 by the Nazis and survived 18 months of captivity. The documentary has Orfanos’ vivid account with archival footage of...

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Humans are humorous- right? Who can be so humorous than the human race chiseling their own flesh by their own feats? The bars have definitely raised- the limit to our cataclysmic deeds. Genocides aren’t fruitful. Who would rate it as acceptable? But still, they have been the focus of the first page headlines. The intentional action to destroy people usually defined as an ethnic, national, racial, or religious group in whole or in...

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