BBC World Service Special: Germany, Justice and Memory
Airs Sunday, March 1, 2020, at 6 p.m. How has Germany tried to come to terms with the legacy of its Nazi past? We meet the little known small team of Nazi crime investigators, who've identified more than 28,000 Nazi crime scenes. But soon those who lived through the Nazi period will all be dead. What difference will it make when there are no more victims alive to tell their stories, no more prosecutions or trials? Will this history be still remembered and understood?