One By One By One
Six million Jews died in Europe, and the Holocaust lives on in the minds of those individuals who survived the worst genocide the world has ever known. One, by One, by One is a masterwork—a stark and haunting exploration of how people rationalize history, how rationalization gives birth to lies, how the victims are blamed, and history's horrors are forgotten.
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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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