In cooperation with American and German radio producers and broadcasters the Goethe-Institut USA produces roughly 50 radio features for the program The Big Pond. A US-German Listening Series. Features are broadcasted nation-wide in the United States on a weekly basis. All are available for free download in podcast format.
In this episode of The Big Pond: Thomas Buergenthal saw the Nazi concentration camps through a child’s eyes. He survived and later became a lawyer and, eventually, a judge on the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the International Court of Justice in The Hague, and the United Nations Truth Commission for El Salvador. Tune in to learn more about Buergenthal’s extraordinary life.