By Sara Bloomfield
A Mandate To Rescue Evidence of the Shoah
Edwin Black’s August 4 opinion article puts him seemingly at odds with the world’s leading Holocaust scholars, most of whom have taken advantage of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s research center and its open access research policy (“History Demands an Uncompromised Home for Shoah Archive”). It would go without saying, were it not for…
Racing To Rescue Shoah Evidence
That the Holocaust was one of history’s most well-documented crimes is well-known. But few people know just how much documentation — “evidence” of the crime — remains yet to be identified. Finding these original materials, preserving them and making them available for research is fundamental to the mission of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum….
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