What is the use of our memory of events that have spread over the last few years? For a long time after the end of the war (1945) little or nothing was known about the extermination. Then there was the trial of about twenty Nazi leaders taken prisoner in Nuremberg. Fifteen years later, 1961, the direct voice of the survivors was heard in the trial against Eichmann in Jerusalem. The witness’s truth was indisputable. Yet, we were beginning to understand that memory alone could not go beyond the individual dimension. Memory provides traces, but only the knowledge of history makes it possible to formulate a judgment by identifying the culprits, revealing their motives, making sense of what happened, contributing to a rational and non-emotional collective memory or, worse, only ritual.
- 27 January 2021 - 20:30 Teatro Comunale -
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|Lower Gallery – Front Row||19.00||15.00|
|Upper Gallery – Front Row||10.00|
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