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The Holocaust (1934-1945)

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  • Students celebrate all things German-American at McDaniel College event

    Students celebrate all things German-American at McDaniel College event
    Maggi Uhland was happy on Tuesday that she decided to pursue German at South Carroll High School. "It is a lot easier than Spanish and a lot more fun," the 14-year-old freshman said, of the language. "And we can choose to come here." Uhland was one of...
  • A Raven stands up for equality — and free speech

    A Raven stands up for equality — and free speech
    It's been a tough week for Maryland politicians who misspeak badly and then have to correct themselves. First, there was Gov. Martin O'Malley and his lame excuses for his "no" to the "are you better off than four years ago" question while defending...
  • Rise of Egypt's Morsi should be of concern

    The characterization by Adil E. Shamoo and Bonnie Bricker ("Egypt's hopeful path," June 7) of Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate for the upcoming Egyptian presidential runoff, as a moderate is an exercise in wishful thinking. The Arabic...
  • Adella 'Alli' Russel, travel agent

    Adella 'Alli' Russel, travel agent
    Adella "Alli" Russel, a retired Pikesville travel agent who made her way out of Nazi-controlled Germany in the 1930s, died of congestive heart failure Sept. 3 at the North Oaks retirement community. She was 96. Born Adella Zipser in Leipzig, Germany, she...
  • With new book, Madeleine Albright sheds light on long-hidden family secrets

    With new book, Madeleine Albright sheds light on long-hidden family secrets
    In 1997, Madeleine Albright couldn't have been more certain that she knew everything important about herself and was in possession of every relevant fact about her life. And then, at age 59, just days after being confirmed as U.S. secretary of state,...
  • Cockeysville Middle student has the write stuff for social justice essay

    Samuel Owens, an eighth-grader at Cockeysville Middle School, recently won fourth place in the 2012 of Fred B. Benjamin Peace Writing Contest, which called upon school children across the state to write papers on issues related to themes of peace and...
  • State expected to give MARC contract to Bombardier

    The O'Malley administration has chosen a Canadian company to operate two MARC commuter train lines, passing over a competitor whose critics have tied it to Nazi Germany and avoiding a potential fight with Holocaust survivors. The Maryland Department of...
  • Madeleine Albright sheds light on long-hidden family secrets

    Madeleine Albright sheds light on long-hidden family secrets
    Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will be at the Enoch Pratt library's main branch on Thursday to discuss her new memoir, "Prague Winter," which delves into a family background that had been shielded from her for decades. As The Baltimore Sun'...
  • Maurice Sendak lit up dark corners of childhood

    Maurice Sendak lit up dark corners of childhood
    Not everything in childhood is bowls of mush and little old ladies whispering "Hush," and Maurice Sendak understood that. Our children understand that, too. Instinctively. That's what makes his books, like "Where the Wild Things Are" and "In the Night...
  • Maurice Sendak appreciation: Author left mark on Baltimore readers

    Maurice Sendak appreciation: Author left mark on Baltimore readers
    Somewhere the wild things are roaring their terrible roars and gnashing their terrible teeth and rolling their terrible eyes and showing their terrible claws. They're mourning their creator, children's book author Maurice Sendak, who stepped into his...
  • An Olympic tragedy

    An Olympic tragedy
    In September 1972, the world watched in disbelief as 11 Israeli athletes were murdered by the Palestinian terrorist organization "Black September" at the Summer Olympic Games in Munich. The story, and Israel's decade-long retaliation, have been captured...
  • Dr. Joseph Taler

    Dr. Joseph Taler
    Dr. Joseph Taler, a retired Glen Burnie family physician who survived the Holocaust in Poland by not wearing his Star of David armband, taking a Christian surname, and hiding in a village, died Sunday of heart failure at his Annapolis home. He was 89....