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A PODCAST ABOUT HISTORY IN THE MAKING

The Southeast Passage Andreas Guidi

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A PODCAST ABOUT HISTORY IN THE MAKING

    Bulgarian Muslims between Empire and Nation

    Bulgarian Muslims between Empire and Nation

      With Milena Methodieva hosted by Andreas Guidi and Jovo Miladinovic for a joint release with Ottoman History Podcast   The Aladja Mosque in Plovdiv, early 20th century (Wikimedia Commons)   In 1878, following the Congress of Berlin, Bulgaria became a de facto independent principality. Not anymore under Ottoman rule, the Muslims of Bulgaria navigated…

    • 34 Min.
    A History of Knowledge about the Holocaust in Bulgaria

    A History of Knowledge about the Holocaust in Bulgaria

      With Nadège Ragaru Marco Behar: “Their Last Way” (from the Series “Past”, detail, 1958), Courtesy of the Bulgarian National Gallery, Sofia.   Since the immediate aftermath of the end of World War II, a narrative concerning the rescue of the Bulgarian Jews from deportation and genocide has nurtured the self-representation of the governments in…

    • 41 Min.
    The Armenian Genocide and Property Usurpation in Aintab

    The Armenian Genocide and Property Usurpation in Aintab

    With Ümit Kurt Hosted by Zeynep Ertuğrul and Andreas Guidi   A prominent Armenian family deported and perished in 1915. Source: Mihran Minassian Private Collection.   The Armenian community of Aintab, nowadays Gaziantep, was among the most flourishing of Ottoman Anatolia. The Armenian Genocide not only brought an end to the community’s coexistence with the…

    • 45 Min.
    #038 – German Resettlers and Jewish Survivors from Bukovina after 1945

    #038 – German Resettlers and Jewish Survivors from Bukovina after 1945

    With Gaëlle Fisher At the crossroad of Bukovinans Street and Radauti Street, Stuttgart. Courtesy of Gaelle Fisher.   Before World War II, Bukovina was a region marked by multiconfessional coexistence and ruled by the Habsburg Empire (1774-1918) and then by Romania (1918-1940). Two among Bukovina’s population groups, the “ethnic” Germans and the Askhenazi Jews, left…

    • 41 Min.
    #037 – Hunger and War during the Italian Occupation of Greece

    #037 – Hunger and War during the Italian Occupation of Greece

    with Paolo Fonzi A 1941 cartoon from the newspaper “The Manchester Dispatch”, mocking Mussolini’s dependency on Hitler to defeat Greece   In the spring of 1941, after a brief war ending in an embarrassing retreat for Italy one year earlier, Mussolini’s troops supported by Nazi Germany occupied various regions of Greece. In Fascist Italy’s vision…

    • 38 Min.
    #036 – Political Opposition from the Ottoman Empire to Republican Turkey

    #036 – Political Opposition from the Ottoman Empire to Republican Turkey

    with Christine Philliou hosted by Zeynep Ertugrul and Jovo Miladinovic   Portrait of Refik Halit Karay in Aleppo (1928). Courtesy of the Taha Toros Archive Refik Halid Karay was a satirical writer whose life can help us rethink the transition from the Ottoman Empire to the Republic of Turkey. After 1908, Refik Halid opposed the…

    • 33 Min.

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