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When Hitler annexed Austria in 1938, Sigmund Freud, a non-observant Jew, was still working away in his study and home in Vienna. Freud was very ill and elderly at the time and he was a target of the Nazis. A crew of people had to band together to get Freud safely out of Austria and eventually… more
Ray Harris Jr for World War II Podcast
First, interview with Andrew Nagorski about his latest book, Saving Freud, The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom and then we continue with the Dieppe Raid. Now it’s Green Beach’s turn. Here the men will find some success, but too few get ashore and their small arms are no match for what the… more
Boyd Matheson for Inside Sources
If you've ever taken a psychology class, you will be familiar with the name "Sigmund Freud". He understood the human mind better than anyone. But what you might not have known, was that he was almost taken and killed by the Nazis. Now there's a new book about his last-minute escape to London.… more
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Podcast #128 – Andrew Nagorski This week we interview Andrew Nagorski, an award-winning journalist and author of Saving Freud: The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom, published by Simon and Schuster in August 2022. Nagorski spent more than three decades as a foreign correspondent and editor for … more
Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Last week, the news broke that Russia had arrested a credentialed Wall Street Journal reporter and charged him with spying. Former US journalist Andrew Nagorski was expelled from Russia in 1982 when the Soviet government became angry with his reporting. He joins Boyd to discuss his case vs. Evan… more
The Botstiber Podcast
Sigmund Freud has an immense legacy of unraveling the mysteries of the human psyche. While his professional exploits are well-known, the dramatic story of this Jewish-Austrian scientist's escape from Nazi-occupied Vienna has often been overlooked. In this podcast, long-time author and former… more
History Unplugged with Scott Rank
“The ‘uncanny’ is that class of the terrifying which leads back to something long known to us, once very familiar.” This is a quote from Sigmund Freud, the father of modern psychanalysis. He laid the foundations of understanding the subconscious and how our mind tries to protect us in ways we don’t… more
First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross, WJCT
“Saving Freud” While visiting Israel last month, President Biden made a special stop at Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center. In the guest book he wrote, “Hate is never defeated. It only hides.” This concept was one that the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, could not… more
The Rita Cosby Show
Andrew Nagorski, Award Winning Journalist talks to Rita about the riveting details of the little known story of Sigmund Freud escaping Nazis in the lead up to WWII and how it relates to Russia-Ukraine War, plus his new book Saving Freud.
Historically Thinking
On March 15, 1938, Adolf Hitler addressed 250,000 Austrians in Vienna, announcing the end of the Austrian state. Close by on that same day, Nazis entered the apartment of Dr. Sigmund Freud and his family. They were literally bought off when first his wife Martha offered them cash, and then daughter… more
Armchair Historians
In this episode, Anne Marie Talks to Andrew Nagorski about his new book Saving Freud: The Rescuers Who Brought Him to Freedom. The book recounts the dramatic true story of Sigmund Freud’s last-minute escape to London following the German annexation of Austria, why he waited until after the Nazi… more
psychiatrist Dr Raj Persaud
Andrew Nagorski served as Newsweek’s bureau chief in Hong Kong, Moscow, Rome, Bonn, Warsaw, and Berlin. He is the author of seven previous critically acclaimed books, including Hitlerland and The Nazi Hunters. He has also written for countless publications. Visit him at A… more
The Nazi Hunter.We told you about the fall of 1945, about how WWII just ended and how the Allied Powers put several captured Nazis on trial in Nuremberg. 0:20Commit crimes against peace, war, crimes, and crimes against humanity.One of these war, criminals, Adolf Eichmann charge of overseeing.What… more
Scott Miller
Raymond E. Lee, the American who Fought for Britain in its Darkest Hour In 1940 and 1941, most Americans assumed Britain would not last long under the Blitz, the intense German bombing attacks on London and other cities. Even U.S. Ambassador Joe Kennedy believed the country was done for. Yet the… more
When did Germany lose World War II? According to journalist and historian Andrew Nagorski, Hitler’s fate was sealed near the very beginning of the conflict. Andrew joins us on the “Leaders and Legends” podcast to discuss his superb book “1941: The Year Germany Lost the War.” If you are a student of… more
Florida News Network
On this week's edition of the Florida Roundtable Yaffee interviews WWII historian Andrew Nagorski on his new book "1941 The Year Germany Lost The War".
WW2 Podcast
The usual narrative for WWII is that turning points of the war are in 1942 with the battles of Midway, El Alamein and Stalingrad. While these are unquestionably major victories that signalled the ‘end of the beginning’, as Churchill would put it. Friend of the podcast Andrew Nagorski has suggested… more
Melissa Ross of WJCT
History Author Show Podcast
We find ourselves at the bleeding borders of Hitler’s Third Reich, nearing the peak of its power in Europe, with Andrew Nagorski, author of 1941: The Year Germany Lost the War. We watch as Hitler’s miscalculations, deteriorating mental state, and policy of terror, give the United Kingdom powerful… more
Pure Radio, Attorney Fred Tromberg
WLRN, Peter Haden
Trials of former Nazis accused of aiding in the Holocaust continue to wind their way through the German legal system even now. Oskar Groening was a guard at Auschwitz concentration camp from 1942-1944.  A German court last year found the 95-year-old Groening guilty of 300,000 counts of accessory to… more
Writer's Voice with Francesca Rheannon
We talk with journalist Dan Barry about his book The Boys In The Bunkhouse. It’s about the scores of mentally challenged men who were exploited and abused as turkey plant workers and kept as virtual prisoners for decades in a small town in Iowa and how they got rescued. Then Andrew Nagorski tells… more
History Author Show
This week, we follow the journey of the men and women who — in the aftermath of World War Two in Europe — dedicated themselves to visiting justice upon Hitler’s Henchmen. Veteran author and foreign correspondent Andrew Nagorski brings us these stories in The Nazi Hunters, stripping away the myths… more
Ian Williams
This week’s CROB on WJFF, 90.5 FM 3:30, Friday 29 July and on https// interviews Andrew Nagorski about his new book “The Nazi Hunters".
John Batchelor
The Nazi Hunters by @andrewnagorski. “[A] deep and sweeping account of a relentless search for justice.” —The Washington Post “More than seven decades after the end of the Second World War, the era of the Nazi Hunters is drawing to a close as they and the hunted die off. Their saga can now be told… more
History Author Show
June 10, 2016 – It’s History in Five Friday, presented by Simon & Schuster. Check them out Today, award-winning journalist and author Andrew Nagorski casts a fresh look back at the great evil of Nazi Germany, in his critically acclaimed Hitlerland, and now on… more
Author Andrew Nagorski joins us to discuss his new book, The Nazi Hunters, fascinating look at the small band of men and women who refused to allow the crimes of the Third Reich to be forgotten, and who were determined to track down Nazi war criminals.
Radio New Zealand
Nazi war criminals who fled Germany at the end of World War II are dying of old age and so are the men and women who hunted them across the generations. Former Newsweek foreign correspondent Andrew Nagorski says their full stories can now be told for the first time. His new book, The Nazi Hunters… more
Al Vuona
After the Nuremberg trials and the start of the Cold War, most of the victors in World War II lost interest in prosecuting Nazi war criminals. Many of the lower-ranking perpetrators quickly blended in with the millions who were seeking to rebuild their lives in a new Europe, while those who felt… more
71 years after the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, a 94-year-old German man is facing trial for accessory to murder for his role as an SS guard. Journalist and author Andrew Nagorski joins The Steve Fast show to discuss the search for the Nazi war criminals, an effort that may be… more
WW2 Podcast
In this episode we’re look at Nazi war criminals and those that tracked them down. I’m joined by Andrew Nagorski. Andrew is an award winning journalist who for three decades served as a foreign correspondent, and editor for Newsweek.  He has written a number of books focusing on the Second World… more
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Bloomberg Radio
Ernst Hanfstaengl, head of Germany’s foreign press bureau in Berlin, set up the date. They went for tea at Hitler’s favorite hotel, the Kaiserhof, where, surrounded by bodyguards, the Fuhrer sat down at a table nearby. When Martha was summoned for her meeting, Hitler rose and kissed her hand,… more
Update on Poland
Mateusz Balcerkiewicz for
He had such a strong personality that people fell silent when he entered a room. Even the SS men who came to take him from the house were stunned when they saw him and withdrew. Sigmund Freud also had another, less known face - a stable, faithful husband, a loving, warm parent and a dear friend. We… more
Celia Fraile Gil - Madrid
Una descendiente de Napoleón, la nieta del fundador de Tiffany’s, el oficial nazi que confiscaba sus bienes... Andrew Nagorski rescata la huida del padre del psicoanálisis y el insólito escuadrón de rescate que la hizo posible La historia tras la fuga de Freud del Tercer Reich E l mismo día que… more
Jacinto Anton for El Pais
While the father of psychoanalysis managed to escape from Vienna after the Anschluss in 1938, four of his sisters died in the camps. Three of them were gassed in Treblinka. It’s hard to imagine Sigmund Freud — often associated with Habsburg Vienna and Biedermeier furniture — standing up to a… more
Lionel Beehner
Interview with John Micgiel and Andrew Nagorski on the upcoming Polish elections. Twenty-five years after the birth of the anti-Communist Solidarity trade union, which is credited with contributing to the collapse of the Soviet government, Poland is poised to become one of Europe’s dominant players… more
Jon Allsop for Columbia Journalism Review
In the early nineteen eighties, Andrew Nagorski, then Moscow bureau chief for Newsweek, traveled to report from Vologda, a city in a famed dairy region that was struggling with local supply. Nagorski had to register his trip with the authorities, who would usually get someone to “glom onto you, as… more
Maura Reynolds for Politico
An American journalist who was expelled from the Soviet Union explains why the arrest of a Wall Street Journal reporter in Moscow bodes ill for relations with the Kremlin. The news that another American had been arrested and jailed in Russia may have reminded many Americans of the recent release of… more
JP O'Malley for the Irish Examiner
'Saving Freud' looks at the iconic psychoanalyst's 1938 flight from Vienna amid the Anschluss, and the people who made sure he made it to London safely. ON March 15, 1938, three days after German troops crossed into Austria, approximately 250,000 people greeted Adolf Hitler when he appeared on the… more
JP O’ Malley for The Times of Israel
In his new book ‘Saving Freud,’ award-winning journalist Andrew Nagorski explores the history surrounding the father of modern psychology’s harrowing escape to safety in London On March 15, 1938, three days after German troops crossed into Austria, approximately 250,000 people greeted Adolf Hitler… more
Amanda Kondolojy for the Orlando Sentinel
Sigmund Freud is a towering figure in popular culture, not only as the founder of psychoanalysis but also as a key originator of broad 20th-century ideas regarding self, sexuality, culture and more. However, it was another part of Freud’s life that caught the eye of St. Augustine-based author … more
Peter Gruner for the Camden New Journal
Peter Gruner talks to Andrew Nagorksi about his book that records Sigmund Freud’s escape from Vienna to leafy Hampstead CELEBRATED father of psycho-analysis Sigmund Freud escaped the Nazis in Austria more than 80 years ago and found a fond welcome, peace and safety in tree-lined Hampstead. Author… more
Newsweek Polska
Stalin and Hitler were victims of their own megalomaniac. As if they were competing in the competition for "the most blinded dictator in the world," says Andrew Nagorski, author of 1941. The year Germany lost the war. Newsweek: As late as the spring of 1941, huge shipments of oil, grain and other… more
New Eastern Europe
A conversation with Andrew Nagorski, journalist, writer and chairman of the board of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation. Interviewer: Iwona Reichardt IWONA REICHARDT: Let us start with the memories of a reporter. For many years, you were working for the American press. When was your first… more
 6 GRUDNIA 2019  Tomasz Plaskota Media wpadły w pułapkę wspierania jednej lub drugiej strony politycznego sporu. Dziennikarzom zaś trudno się „odkleić” od komputera i zobaczyć coś na własne oczy – mówi Andrew Nagorski, dziennikarz i pisarz w rozmowie z Tomaszem Plaskotą. Za jaki tekst dla… more
Deborah Kalb
Andrew Nagorskis the author of the new book 1941: The Year Germany Lost the War. His other books include The Nazi Hunters and Hitlerland. He wasNewsweek's bureau chief in a variety of cities including Hong Kong, Moscow, and Berlin, and he's based in St. Augustine, Florida. Q: Why did you decide to… more
St. Augustine Social
Time tested grit, tenacity, and an enterprising spirit carry Andrew Nagorski through his decades-long career in writing and journalism. irst things first: we need mental resets to achieve clarity in our fast-paced world with its beaming screens and myriad notifications. For journalist Andrew… more
Jacinto Anton for El Pais Semenal
El periodista e historiador Andrew Nagorski cuenta en su último libro la apasionante historia de los cazadores de nazis desde el final de la Segunda Guerra Mundial hasta la actualidad. Entre ellos, Rafi Eitan, que lideró el comando israelí que capturó en Buenos Aires a Adolf Eichmann, o Beate y… more
NASZ WYWIAD: Nagorski: "Nawet najstarszych nazistów należy osądzić dla pamięci ich ofiar i świadomości przyszłych pokoleń" Historię należy przypominać, aby ludzie ją zrozumieli, pamiętali, wyciągali z niej wnioski na przyszłość i nigdy już nie popełnili zbrodni, jakie wydarzyły się podczas II wojny… more
Ron Boat, Red Nation Rising
Ron Boat & Andrew Nagorski go Nazi Hunting In the course of my work I’m fortunate to meet, and work with, some fabulous people. Interesting people with diverse backgrounds, lives of accomplishment, even intrigue. Over the last couple of years I’ve had the chance to interact with such a person… more
Newsweek Polska, Paweł Szaniawski
Fakt, że tacy zbrodniarze jak Josef Mengele do końca nie zaznali spokoju, to jakaś forma sprawiedliwości – mówi Andrew Nagorski, były korespondent amerykańskiego „Newsweeka” w Warszawie. Właśnie wyszła po polsku jego książka „Łowcy nazistów” NEWSWEEK: Coś pana zaskoczyło podczas zbierania… more
– Myślę, że teraz zaczyna robić się poważniej; zaczynają mianować ludzi do nowej administracji – powiedział na antenie TVN24 BiS Andrew Nagorski, legendarny korespondent zagraniczny i szef biura Newsweeka w Warszawie, Moskwie, Berlinie, Rzymie i Hong Kongu. Zaznaczył, że uwagę jego przykuwa to,… more
Polska Times
- W "New York Timesie", czy agencji Associated Press dziennikarze wiedzą, że nie wolno pisać "polskie obozy śmierci" w odniesieniu do hitlerowskich obozów zagłady - powiedział Andrew Nagorski, wieloletni korespondent "Newsweeka" w Europie. Wypowiedział się na ten temat podczas promocji swojej… more
Emelia Hitchner, St. Augustine Record
The last living remnants of the Holocaust, the notorious Nazi war criminals and those who doggedly hunted them, have all but faded away. Still, the tales of the monsters and heroes of World War II riddle the pages of history, specifically the books of author and St. Augustine resident Andrew… more
Shmuel Rosner
Andrew Nagorski is an award-winning journalist and author who spent more than three decades as a foreign correspondent and editor for Newsweek. Nagorski started working for Newsweek Internationalin 1973 as an associate editor. He later served as assistant managing editor and Asian regional editor,… more
Shmuel Rosner
Andrew Nagorski is an award-winning journalist and author who spent more than three decades as a foreign correspondent and editor for Newsweek. Nagorski started working for Newsweek Internationalin 1973 as an associate editor. He later served as assistant managing editor and Asian regional editor,… more
Shmuel Rosner, Jewish Journal
Andrew Nagorski is an award-winning journalist and author who spent more than three decades as a foreign correspondent and editor for Newsweek. Nagorski started working for Newsweek Internationalin 1973 as an associate editor. He later served as assistant managing editor and Asian regional editor,… more
Scott Timberg, Salon
Salon speaks to Andrew Nagorski, author of "The Nazi Hunters," a thrilling nonfiction account of postwar justice Detailed, dramatic, and at times gripping, Andrew Nagorski’s “The Nazi Hunters” looks at about a dozen men and women who kept pushing at a time when the world was trying to move on.… more
Overseas Press Club, New York
Following the end of World War II, the U.S. and its European allies pivoted immediately to a new mission: to stop the spread of Soviet Communism. The Cold War had begun, Nazis who would have been tried as war criminals suddenly became key resources in the fight against the communists, and the… more
Manhattan Book Review’s Faith Lewis
After the Nuremberg trials concluded and the Cold War began, most of the victors in World War II turned their attention elsewhere, too preoccupied to finish prosecuting Nazi war criminals. Lower-ranking Nazi officials blended in with the rest of Europe as people across the continent embarked upon… more
Deborah Kalb
Andrew Nagorski is the author of the new book The Nazi Hunters. His other books include Hitlerland and The Greatest Battle. He was Newsweek's bureau chief in Hong Kong, Moscow, Rome, Bonn, Warsaw and Berlin, and was vice president and director of public policy of the EastWest Institute. He is based… more
Elliot Resnick
The Jewish Press Major Wilhelm Trapp, who led of one of the most notorious Nazi killing squads in Poland, once said to his driver, “If this Jewish business is ever avenged on earth, then have mercy on us Germans.” Most Nazis never did meet justice on this earth. That even a few did is largely… more
Panel Discussion on 'Generation War' Generation War in conflict Andrew Nagorski, Oliver Mahrdt, Ingrid Scheib-Rothbart, Atina Grossmann and Ryszard Horowitz dissect Philipp Kadelbach's new film. by Anne-Katrin Titze Philipp Kadelbach's Generation War, written by Stefan Kolditz, and produced by Nico… more
‘‘I ask myself why I stay on here,’’ William L. Shirer wrote in Berlin on Sept. 20, 1940, as World War II deepened and Nazi censorship of his CBS radio broadcasts became intolerable. The American journalist hoped his tone, pauses and use of Americanisms that the censors didn’t fully understand… more
The Jews of Europe Before the Second World War  American Historical Association Annual Meeting New Orleans, January 5, 2013 THE NORMAN LEAR CENTER The Norman Lear Center is a nonpartisan research and public policy center that studies the social, political, economic and cultural impact of… more
Dariusz Wojcik
O politycznej manipulacji, potrzebie identyfikowania zagrożeń w jak najwcześniejszym ich stadium, a także ocenie Adolfa Hitlera przez Amerykanów przebywających w Niemczech przed II Wojną Światową z Andrew Nagorskim, autorem książki „Hitlerland” rozmawia Dariusz Wójcik. Dariusz Wójcik: Jest Pan… more
Grzegorz Chiasta
- Pod koniec lat 20., kiedy zaczął się kryzys ekonomiczny, różni Amerykanie mieszkający w Niemczech patrzyli na Hitlera ze zdziwieniem, że ma szanse wygrać wybory. Przecież to "dziwaczna postać", wydawał się słabym politykiem. Nie brali go poważnie - mówi w wywiadzie udzielonym Grzegorzowi Chlaście… more
Bernard Vaughan
Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Germany is among the most written-about topics in modern history. But Andrew Nagorski, who for more than three decades was a foreign correspondent and editor for Newsweek magazine, explores a unique angle to the story in his new book: How did Americans living in… more
Thomas Lynch
Andrew Nagorski, vice president and director of public policy at the EastWest Institute, has released his latest work Hitlerland: American Eyewitnesses to the Nazi Rise to Power, a chronicle of American expatriates living in Germany during Adolf Hitler’s transformation from a local agitator to the… more
Michael Moran
As events in Egypt have riveted world attention on the Middle East, the region’s dominant messenger again is taking fire. Al-Jazeera, the Qatar-based pan-Arabic broadcasting network, is proving a vital source of breaking news as a popular rising threatens to topple the regime of Egyptian President… more
Poles and visas: a few questions for Andrew Nagorski and Dominic Roszak Introduction by Irene Tomaszewski OTTAWA & NEW YORK -- Poland has been a member of  NATO since 1999, and of the European Union since May 2004. Despite these strong links to the West, and the Poles' freedom of movement… more
Award-winning journalist Andrew Nagorski is a senior editor at Newsweek International. Previously the Newsweekbureau chief in Hong Kong, Moscow, Rome, Bonn, Warsaw and Berlin, he is the author of several books and has written for many publications. His latest book is the widely acclaimed The… more
Q. You have a long career as a journalist in Europe, Russia and Asia. Please tell us who you have interviewed, especially which political figures. A. Ive interviewed many top political leaderswhether it was Russias Mikhail Gorbachev and Boris Yeltsin, or Germanys Helmut Kohl and Gerhard Schröder,… more