Romania and the Holocaust Reviving Memory in a Killing Field

Holocaust education is normal in Germany. But in some parts of Europe, where much of the killing took place, the past is buried under layers of politics and history. A Moldovan group is installing monuments to the ill-remembered slaughter of Romanian Jews.
Von Michael Scott Moore
Romania has slowly begun looking at its Holocaust past. Moldova, though, has been more active. Here, a Bucharest synagogue during a 2006 relgious service commemorating victims of a 1941 pogrom.

Romania has slowly begun looking at its Holocaust past. Moldova, though, has been more active. Here, a Bucharest synagogue during a 2006 relgious service commemorating victims of a 1941 pogrom.

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