Holocaust Remembrance in Australian Jewish Communities, 1945-2000

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University of Western Australia Press, 2001 - History - 276 pages
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Providing an Australian profile to modern scholarship about Holocaust remembrance, this title examines three public commemorative forms - Yom haShoah (Holocaust Day), Holocuast education and Holocaust museums - in the largest Jewish communities in Australia. What does the Holocaust mean to these communities?

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Yom baSboab commemorations
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The evolving format of commemorations
32
The evolving boundaries of memory
44
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