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The German Resistance to Hitler and the Holocaust
Two attempts at assassinating Adolf Hitler nearly succeeded. In November 1939, a time bomb planted by the German cabinetmaker Georg Elser exploded in a Munich Beer Hall just 13 minutes after Hitler had left the scene. In July 1944, a bomb planted by Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg in a briefing room at Hitler’s military headquarters in East Prussia exploded, injuring but not killing Hitler. The actions and intentions of the two would-be assassins have been the subject discussion and debate for decades. In the 2023 International Holocaust Remembrance Day Program, Professor Alan Steinweis (Raul Hilberg Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Vermont) will ask whether moral outrage over the Holocaust was a motive behind the assassinations. This program will take place in person at CU Boulder with a live-streaming option.

Feb 2, 2023 07:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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