In this week's ICE, the Simon Wiesenthal centre criticises Central Europe for not doing enough to bring WW2 war criminals to justice. Meanwhile, an organisation called Centropa gathers the stories of Jews who chose not to leave the region after the Holocaust. Also this week, we speak to Franz Ulrich Kinsky, an aristocrat battling to regain his property in Bohemia, Slovakia is being criticised for not doing enough to tackle corruption, Slovenia is rapped on the knuckles by the EU for its minority protection legislation, and the Sziget festival - one of Central Europe's biggest cultural events - gets underway in Budapest. Tune into this week's ICE to hear more.
Archaeologists unearth seven graves dating back to Great Moravian Empire
“Einstein in Bohemia” – Part II: how alienation in ‘half-barbaric’ Prague led him to a new theory of gravity, eventual love of a free Czechoslovakia
“Einstein in Bohemia” – part 1: how a Prague sojourn sparked his theory of general relativity, journey of self-discovery
Valentine’s Day 1945 - When the Americans bombed Prague
Film about tragic fate of great Czech actress highlights communist atrocities in the 1950s