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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Data da imagem: 09/11/2018

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 09/11/2018

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Holocaust survivor CHARLOTTE KNOBLOCH of the Israelische Kultusgemeinde. Knobloch states ''the danger of once upon a time is still a danger'' referring to the rise of the radical right and normalization of hate and anti-semitism in Germany. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 09/11/2018

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Bavarian Minister-President Dr. MARKUS SOEDER, Holocaust survivor and member of the Israelische Kultusgemeinde CHARLOTTE KNOBLOCH, Munich Oberbuergermeister DIETER REITER and his wife. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
Cod. da imagem: 20181109_zbp_b160_005
Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 09/11/2018

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - A man of the Jewish faith wears a yarmulke or Kippah in German during the 80th anniversary of the Kristallnacht pogroms. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Holocaust survivor CHARLOTTE KNOBLOCH of the Israelische Kultusgemeinde. Knobloch states ''the danger of once upon a time is still a danger'' referring to the rise of the radical right and normalization of hate and anti-semitism in Germany. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Bavarian Minister-President Dr. MARKUS SOEDER, Holocaust survivor and member of the Israelische Kultusgemeinde CHARLOTTE KNOBLOCH, Munich Oberbuergermeister DIETER REITER and his wife. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Huburtus Andrae (Andrä), president of the Munich police. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Holocaust survivor CHARLOTTE KNOBLOCH of the Israelische Kultusgemeinde. Knobloch states ''the danger of once upon a time is still a danger'' referring to the rise of the radical right and normalization of hate and anti-semitism in Germany. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Bavarian Minister-President Dr. MARKUS SOEDER, Holocaust survivor and member of the Israelische Kultusgemeinde CHARLOTTE KNOBLOCH, Munich Oberbuergermeister DIETER REITER and his wife. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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Munich Remembers Kristallnacht Pogroms on 80th Anniversary

Data da imagem: 09/11/2018
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Crédito: Sachelle Babbar/ Zuma Press/ Fotoarena

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Data da imagem: 09/11/2018

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November 9, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Bavarian Minister-President Dr. MARKUS SOEDER, Holocaust survivor and member of the Israelische Kultusgemeinde CHARLOTTE KNOBLOCH, Munich Oberbuergermeister DIETER REITER and his wife. On the 80th anniversary of the Kristalnacht or Night of the Broken Glass pogroms, the city of Munich remembers what is considered a turning point in the treatment of Jews under the Nazis where the persecution was no longer just social in nature. Among the speakers were Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter, Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, and Bavarian Minister-President Markus Soeder. The memorial took place in the Munich city Old City Hall where Joseph Goebbels held an anti-semitic speech that started the new dimension of discrimination. The fear is that the old forms of hate and discrimination are returning to Germany via Pegida, the growing right-extreme networks, and alt-right. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar/ZUMA Wire)

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