EHRI Podcast | For the Living and the Dead. Traces of the Holocaust

In each episode of For the Living and the Dead, a Holocaust researcher talks about an object, now often in a museum or archive, that tells a very personal story about the Holocaust. The first season of the EHRI podcast features a teddy bear, mica-flakes, a postcard, gramophone discs, a magazine cover and a typewriter. The unique stories come from all over Europe – the Holocaust being a continent-wide phenomenon – ranging from Belgium to Ukraine, from Romania to Italy.

Listen below on the episode webpage, or on your preferred podcast app (BuzzsproutSpotifyApple Podcasts, Google Podcasts).

This podcast season of six episodes is released on a weekly basis, starting 29 September 2022. In 2023, an new season will follow.

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A Typewriter in Transit

A Typewriter in Transit Karel talks about Babyn Yar, Kiev and writer Anatoly Kuznetsov.

A Petition on a Postcard

A Petition on a Postcard Ana talks about Romanian boys Marcu and Sorel Rozen.

A Mica Flake from Theresienstadt

A Mica Flake from Theresienstadt Robert talks about Emma Jonas and glimmer.

A Girl and a Teddy Bear

A Girl and a Teddy Bear Veerle tells the story of Norbert Vos and his teddy bear.

A Photo from No-Man's Land

A Photo from No-Man's Land Michal tells the story of the people stuck in the No Man’s Lands.

A Box of Old Gramophone Discs Dusted Off

A Box of Old Gramophone Discs Dusted Off Laura will tell the story of Cesare and Lello Di Segni and how she rediscovered their voices on lost records.