Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Germany Agrees to Open Holocaust Archive permanent link   1 comments
In a dramatic policy reversal, Germany on Tuesday announced it would work toward opening the vast Holocaust archives stored in a small, central German village. Some 17 million individual fates may soon be open to historians and the public.

Opening the archives "will help genuine researchers and act to the disadvantage of the deniers, who treat the Holocaust as if it were a vast, undocumented fantasy created after 1945. Every true and personal story, every fate solidly documented, represents a small nail in the coffin of Holocaust denial."

read this article on how Germany continues to come to terms with the past here in Spiegel Online International.



At 4/19/2006 08:55:00 PM, Blogger Inka-Wolfy wrote...

replying to your comment in the other post:
My article has nothing to do with creating a list of victims nor their origin. Read the post again.
Nevertheless, I don't think your so-called 'Amerindian' has suffered under the Holocaust. Where did you get this idea?


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