The People Who Were Burned to Ashes on Ash Wednesday, by Michael Hoffman – The Unz Review

February 14, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

 

This carnage registers almost not at all in the American mind. The holocaust in Dresden, lasting two days and killing at least 100,000 people, like the atomic holocaust in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, usually merits not much more than a few sentences or a single paragraph in the back pages of metropolitan newspapers, unlike “Yom HaShoah (יום השואה) Holocaust Remembrance Day,” in April, which is observed with countless civic, educational and media events, hosannahs, apologies and genuflections, from the Vatican to the White House. The barely remembered German and Japanese victims of Allied war crimes were of the wrong race and religion.

Source: The People Who Were Burned to Ashes on Ash Wednesday, by Michael Hoffman – The Unz Review

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