March 13, 2018 12:29pm
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Recent alarming events in Poland, most notably a law “protecting the reputation of the Polish nation” by criminalizing certain speech regarding the Holocaust, have led me to reflect on my own relationship with that country. It’s a relationship that spans three decades, dozens of visits, various negotiations — and the cultivation of…
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How do we work toward a world where trials like Nuremberg and Eichmann are not necessary? The director of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum writes that as we honor the memory of Holocaust victims this week, that question should be the challenge we set for ourselves.
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