The Times of Israel Western Holocaust commemorations have a peculiar uniformity to them; they frame the genocide as a single event with a clear beginning and end. The genocide was more than a specific, contained, monstrous event. It was the successful culmination of six decades of fervent European efforts to rid the continent of its Jews. This way of remembering is a tragedy in its own right. It downplays a long history of persecution, ignores
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