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The Holocaust
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The Holocaust

ColumnMick Hume26 January 2001
Exploiting the Holocaust
'However worthy the intentions might be, the net effect of the current obsession with the Holocaust can only be to diminish the meaning of the slaughter of six million Jews.'

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9 August 2001
Foot in mouth
How did a livestock disease cause a national nervous breakdown?
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Article26 January 2001
The 'second generation' of Holocaust survivors
Most of Frank Furedi's family perished in the Holocaust - but he does not consider himself a second-generation victim.

by Dr Frank Furediinspiked-central

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Article26 January 2001
Howard Jacobson: Holocaust day is 'all so Blairite'
'Ready-made victims give you an appearance of being caring.'

by Brendan O'Neillinspiked-central

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Article26 January 2001
On the tourist trail to Auschwitz
'I was shocked by people's remarks that they "didn't realise" what had happened before they visited Auschwitz.'

by Joe Kaplinskyinspiked-central

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Article26 January 2001
Felipe Fernandez-Armesto on the Holocaust
'It's very improper, very impertinent, to say that there's only one right way to understand and discuss the Holocaust.'

by Brendan O'Neillinspiked-central

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Article26 January 2001
Beth Shalom Holocaust Centre: striking a fine balance?
Teaching the Holocaust as a 'lesson for today' mystifies the past - and has dangerous implications for now.

by Josie Appletoninspiked-central

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Article25 January 2001
Preaching the Holocaust
The educational resources on the Holocaust sent to UK schools in January are more religious than historical in tone.

by Louise Faheyinspiked-central

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Article25 January 2001
Holocaust exhibition: how and why?
London's Holocaust exhibition upsets us - but how much does it teach us?

by Josie Appletoninspiked-central

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Article24 January 2001
Trivialising history
The current obsession with the Holocaust turns history on its head.

by Jennie Bristowinspiked-central

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