There are very few people in Britain who deny the enormous crime against humanity that was the Holocaust. Primary school children are taught about it and there is no avoidance of the subject at all. The Imperial War Museum in London (wonderfully appropriately built on the site of Bedlam) has a heart-rending permanent (and very comprehensive) exhibition. There's a case that contains some of the personal belongings of the people who were murdered in one of the death camps. I was brought to tears by the sight of a tiny scent bottle which a Jewish lady had taken with her into the camp. Amid all the horror, she had tried to maintain her essential feminity and dignity.
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