How Germany keeps the memory of the Holocaust victims alive and is committed to reconciliation.
On 27 January the world commemorates the liberation of the Nazi extermination camp at Auschwitz 75 years ago. Some eyewitnesses are still alive and can tell their story.
Religion and conflicts in everyday life in Germany: four people for whom religion plays a major role in their lives, two hours of discussion – and, at the end, a cautious insight
Germany and Israel have set up a close working relationship in the area of researching the Shoah. A main recipient of this multifaceted support is Yad Vashem, Israel's living memorial to the Holocaust.