Do Germans talk about the Holocaust? What do they teach about WW2 in school? And is it okay to make a Hitler joke around a German?
These are questions I get asked all the time and in this video, you’ll find out how Germany has dealt with this topic publicly since the end of WWII [00:01:52], what German students learn about it in school [00:09:22] (I asked my German viewers for their experiences!) [00:14:40], and whether or not it’s okay to confront a German with the topic [00:29:37]. Anni’s (@AmericasGotGermans) full response video▸
1:52 Germany’s Vergangenheitsbewältigung (coping with the past)
9:22 Learning About WWII – My experience
14:40 Learning About WWII – Other experiences
29:37 Confronting Germans
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