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Speer's daughter and the Syrian refugees

Hilde Schramm's father, Albert Speer, was Hitler's architect. That's something Hilde has struggled with all her life. Now, in the wake of the conflict in Syria, Hilde Schramm has opened her home to refugees. A documentary from the BBC World Service program, Outlook.
Hilde Schramm (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Hilde Schramm's father, Albert Speer, was Hitler's architect. That's something Hilde has struggled with all her life. She was a driving force in the German peace movement, and has also been very involved in efforts to combat racism. Now, in the wake of the conflict in Syria, Hilde Schramm has opened her home to refugees.

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