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  1. The Giftschrank - 99% Invisible

    On May 8, 1945, the Allied powers declared victory in Europe, putting an end to the Nazi regime. There was much to be done, and figuring out what to do with Mein Kampf (“My Struggle”), Adolf Hitler’s fictionalized autobiography, was prominently on the list. In the years leading up to and through the war, one in five Germans had read the book. Clearly, there was no place for it in postwar Germany.

    https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-giftschrank/

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  2. Cory Doctorow with Rebecca Giblin on author incomes, copyright and the book industry

    Author, activist and journalist Cory Doctorow sits down with ARC Future Fellow Rebecca Giblin from Monash Law to discuss the rapidly changing book industry.

    Author incomes are plummeting. What opportunities do we have for improving them? Could Doctorow’s ‘Shut Up and Take My Money’ platform be part of the solution?

    https://authorsinterest.org/ https://www.monash.edu/law

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    Tagged with education

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  3. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 8 - Nest of Spies

    Philippe and the team work out the identity of the mysterious man Otto lunched with on Lake Albano, and discover he too is connected with the Nazi Bishop. They take a trip to the lake to meet the Priest who buried the man and he reveals an unbelievable family secret.

    A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06md7sq

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  4. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 7 - The Nazi Bishop

    Philippe accesses the Vatican archives to find out about Otto’s protector in Rome, the man who was by his side as he lay dying, Alois Hudal. Hudal’s archivist reveals something extraordinary.

    A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06md73k

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  5. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 6 - The men who murdered Nazis

    Otto contracts a strange illness and Charlotte rushes to Rome to be by his side. Philippe talks to an old friend who was working for British intelligence in 1949 and explores who might have been after Otto and why.

    A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lt235

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  6. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 5 - La Forza del Destino

    Midnight. Rome. 1949. Otto arrives in the eternal city, penniless, homeless, searching for a way out to Argentina. He’s also unwittingly found himself in the middle of a battle between East and West. He finds employment and makes a trip out of the city to the countryside.

    The Ratline is a story of a curious death, political intrigue, spies, Nazi hunters, shadowy forces in the Vatican and a son grappling with the sins of his father.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lt14m

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  7. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 4 - Where’s Otto?

    The war is over and Otto has disappeared. Whilst his friends are committing suicide or being tried for mass murder Otto has escaped high into the mountains with the help of a young SS soldier. Meanwhile Charlotte is working on getting him out of Austria.

    A story of life, love and a curious death told by writer and barrister, Philippe Sands. A cold war mystery that reveals shadowy forces at work and consequences that stretch across generations.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lrz8l

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  8. Intrigue: The Ratline, Episode 3 - A lot going on in Lemberg

    Whilst Charlotte Wachter and her children spend the summer in Zell am See, Otto is in Lemberg overseeing the ‘Grosse Aktion’ - the mass deportation of Jews to concentration camps.

    The Ratline is a story of a curious death, political intrigue, spies, Nazi hunters, shadowy forces in the Vatican and a son grappling with the sins of his father.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06lrysn

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