Buchenwald memorial director rules out working with far-right AfD | Europe| News and current affairs from around the continent | DW


The director of the Buchenwald concentration camp memorial site on Thursday told German radio station Deutschlandfunk that the site would no longer work with members of Germany’s far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.

Volkhard Knigge’s comment came one day after AfD politician Stephen Brandner visited the Buchenwald memorial, where Knigge had hoped he would shed light on the far-right party’s attacks on Holocaust remembrance.

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“It makes absolutely no sense to talk to representatives of the AfD,” Knigge told…



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