One, by one, by one: facing the Holocaust

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Simon and Schuster, 1990 - History - 319 pages
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Reporting from six countries, Judith Miller of The New York Times describes the varying ways people in these nations have shaped and sometimes distorted the collective memory of the Holocaust experience.

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How 6 nations ( West Germany, Austria, France, Netherlands, USSR, and the US) deal with the Holocaust today. What do they choose to remember and how does it affect them? How do they rationalize past actions? Read full review



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Judith Miller has been a correspondent for the Times since 1977, reporting from throughout the world, concentrating on the Middle East and the former Soviet republics. She lives in the New York City area.

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