Intersection | Nazi Immigration, Holocaust Remembrance, and Mediterranean Diets
May 6, 2014 | WMFE, Orlando - This week marks 69 years since Germany's surrender at the end of World War II. After the war, the world had to figure out what to do with millions of former Nazi Party members.
[Nazi Surrender, Photo: RIA Novosti archive]
90.7’s Amy Kiley spoke with Barry University Law Professor Leonard Birdsong about his work in the 1980’s screening former Nazi Party members who wanted to immigrate to the United States.
Also, 90.7’s Carmel Delshad spoke with Jan Malecha of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp Memorial in Germany about his project to educate children on the history of the holocaust.
Later in the program, 90.7’s Health Reporter Alicia Mandigo looks at the latest healthy trend in eating, with new findings reinforcing the benefits of a Mediterranean-inspired diet