from the undoubted horrors of the Holocaust. Surely the land is for the living not the dead. A plaque and a memorial is sufficient at Ypres the site of a major battle during WW1 where a lot more people died than at Babi Yar, but it is built on as people get on with their lives. Or do the people of Europe have to set aside vast tracts of land, because someone died there once? In which case most of Europe can't be built on. Don't misunderstand me the Holocaust was unique in it's barbarity but it is time to move on.
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from the article: Ukraine plans hotel on site of Babi Yar massacre by Nazis
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