In Remembrance of Kristallnacht

Eighty years ago today, November 9, 1938, an order was given by Nazi German authorities to terrorize and arrest German Jewish citizens, resulting in tens of thousands of people being sent to concentration camps. Kristallnacht, or the Night of Broken Glass, marked a violent escalation against Jewish people. This escalation of violence was a continuation of anti-Semitic policies instituted in 1933, but was also part of a long history of discrimination against Jewish people. In … Continue reading In Remembrance of Kristallnacht