SOURCE: Washington Post
Initially, a Hungarian official spoke of a museum that would highlight the "story of love between Hungarian Jews and non-Jews. A love that has survived everything. As a result of which there is still a large Hungarian Jewish community living in this country." The premise was decried as Holocaust revisionism by historians and museum professionals worldwide.
SOURCE: New York Review of Books
by Omer Bartov, Doris Bergen, Andrea Orzoff, Timothy Snyder, and Anika Walke, et al.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum released a statement on June 24 condemning the use of Holocaust analogies.
SOURCE: CBS News
As Anne Frank's 90th birthday approaches, historian Edna Friedberg said it's important to remember the sacrifices Otto Frank and others made to keep her legacy alive.
SOURCE: The Weekly Standard
by Rafael Medoff
The Holocaust Museum has an exhibit about American attitudes toward Jewish refugees. And it's missing the most important part.
The museum is asking the public to comb through libraries to find local newspaper articles and letters to the editors.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Dartmouth University launched the Early Warning Project in September 2015 to try to predict the risk of new mass killing episodes in countries around the world.
SOURCE: Associated Press
Harold Burson covered the trials in 1945 and 1946 for the American Forces Network.
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