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  • "But who ever asked us for pardon? Pardoning died in the death deathcamps." audioscript on the persecution and annihilation of the Jews in Dresden 1933 to 1945

    Book chapter by Heike Ehrlich and Kathrin Krahl published in:

    ABOLISH COMMEMORATION. Critique of the discourse relating to the bombing of Dresden in 1945

  • Multimedia: audioscript zur Verfolgung und Vernichtung der Jüdinnen und Juden in Dresden 1933-1945

    Katja Krause, Review in medaon, Zeitschrift für Jüdisches Leben in Forschung und Bildung, Issue 08/2011

    full article (german, pdf, approx. 60kB)

  • Letter from Olga Horak

    Dear Mr. Thomas Fache, Heike Ehrlich, Katrin Förster, Kathrin Krahl, Claudia Pawlowitsch, Anita Ulrich, Katharina Wüstefeld. Thank you for the audioscript, 3 discs and 3 maps and your kind letter which I received yesterday. I was very impressed with your wonderful result in producing this very important information and congratulate you and salute you for it. Please accept my best wishes and congratulations for your effort and wonderful work. I am sending you my best regards and best wishes for a happy christmas and successful new year.

    Yours sincerely, Olga Horak (Sydney, Australia)

    (Track #10 "Auschwitz on the streets - Death marches in Dresden" cites Olga Horaks memories: Olga Horak: Von Auschwitz nach Australien. Erinnerungen einer Holocaust-Überlebenden an ihre Kindheit in Bratislava, die Deportation nach Auschwitz, den Todesmarsch von Kurzbach nach Dresden und an die Befreiung in Bergen-Belsen)

  • audioscript on the persecution and annihilation of Jews in Dresden 1933 - 1945
    A city walk in 13 Tracks

    press release (November 2009)

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  • Introduction to the presentation on 5th of november 2008

    Dr. Holger Birkholz (Hochschule für bildende Künste Dresden)

    "audioscript" is a collection of thirteen audio selections which mainly exist as spoken text. The topic of the collection is the persecution and extermination of the Jews in Dresden during Nation Socialism. There are different types of texts combined with each other: reports from contemporaries, texts from historians and philosophers, and dialogue and texts from the authors of “audioscript.” The spectrum of the texts allows for a differentiating look at the historical events, and also—and this is crucial—at our handling of them today. At the same time, the possibilities of historical representations, their exploitation, and the conditions of historical texts are reflected on in the audioscripts as well.

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