Season 23, Episode 14 A Jew Among the Germans

First Aired: May 31, 2005

Filmmaker Marian Marzynski, a Holocaust survivor, is a wary “Jew Among the Germans” as he visits Berlin, where a Holocaust memorial was dedicated in May 2005. Marzynski opposed it and he sorts out his reasons why during this philosophical hour. He also samples young Germans' feelings about the Holocaust and finds a desire to rid themselves of their grandparents' guilt. He demurs, contending that sense of guilt is a necessity. But “an honorable one. And within it a proud guardianship of memory.”

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