DiscoverPostcards From NowhereEp. 33: Finding our Kollektivschuld
Ep. 33: Finding our Kollektivschuld

Ep. 33: Finding our Kollektivschuld

Update: 2020-05-21
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In 1946, post the defeat of Germany in World War II, the psychoanalyst Carl Jung coined a word which turned into a national emotion. Travelling through Armenia and speaking to young and old alike took me back to Turkey. Specifically, Gezi Park in Taksim Square, Istanbul. But how are Germany, Turkey and Armenia connected? This week, Utsav takes you on a journey which made him feel the very emotion which the Germans felt post World War II, and maybe one which we all need to feel today.

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Ep. 33: Finding our Kollektivschuld

Ep. 33: Finding our Kollektivschuld

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