January 22, 2014
Are Today’s Germans Morally Responsible for the Holocaust?

Yascha Mounk’s new book on Jewish identity leaves readers with a question: Are people destined to see themselves as the descendants of victims or oppressors?
Read more. [Image: Wikimedia Commons]

Are Today’s Germans Morally Responsible for the Holocaust?

Yascha Mounk’s new book on Jewish identity leaves readers with a question: Are people destined to see themselves as the descendants of victims or oppressors?

Read more. [Image: Wikimedia Commons]

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    Yeah. Because comparing our today’s foreign-policy with Hitler’s is absolutely helpful to make us stop the...
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    Everyone of us in today’s world is responsible for the Holocaust. Humans did this and we are all human. I used to think...
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