The Warsaw Ghetto myth
The ghetto fighters may have been brave, but they didn’t fight as long as has been depicted. And what right did they have to decide the fate of 50,000 others?
Like many Holocaust survivors, I’ve always felt uncomfortable about the way the memory of the Holocaust has been shaped. The myth of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising is an excellent example.
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