By the eve of the German occupation, over three million Jews were living in Poland, making up the highest Jewish population in Europe. The nation later become known for some of the major concentration and extermination camps responsible for the deaths of millions. This hour, we remember the Holocaust seventy-one years after the end of the second World War.
- Linda Kass, Author, Tasa’s Song
- Robin E. Judd, Associate Professor of History, The Ohio State University
This show originally aired on May 23, 2016 at 11 a.m.