They Were Meant to Die in Auschwitz. Then, Suddenly, They Came Home

Many Dutch cities are facing disturbing moral questions about the past: What did their municipalities do with the Jewish properties plundered in the Holocaust? This is what they did with respect to the house of my Holocaust survivor parents, on 8 Kamplaan Street in the northern city of Groningen

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Chaim Even-Zohar

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