Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
Fine diary. You clarified many matters for me, particularly the European definition of 'holocaust denial'. The crackpots! Do you know when and how the word 'holocuast' became exclusively attached to the Nazi genocide of Jews as it is understood nowadays? In my childhood we lived under the threat of the nuclear holcaust, literally. The location of the museum of the Jewish genocide on the Washington Mall, though, still irritates me. It commemorates something which happened outside the U.S.A. and is thus not formally U.S. history. Now don't kid me into accepting that the U.S. entered the second world war to save the Jews. Where is the museum of black slavery? Or have I missed something?
by Quentin on Thu Jan 19th, 2006 at 09:35:46 AM EST

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