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Holocaust news and analysis from The Nation
November 1, 2022
Kyrie Irving and the Fraught History of Our Collective Liberation
Kyrie’s anti-Semitism isn’t new, but his allies are. And that’s terrifying.
September 29, 2022
Ken Burns Gets at the Nasty Underbelly of American History
David Nasaw in conversation with Jon Wiener on the new PBS documentary
The U.S. and the Holocaust.
July 26, 2022
Distorting the Holocaust to Boost the International Arms Trade
If whitewashing Bulgaria’s history during the Second World War helps an Israeli arms company get a contract, who could possibly object?
May 24, 2022
Keeping the March of the Living Alive
With thousands of Jewish youth unable to participate in the Holocaust remembrance march because of the war in Ukraine, the organization was forced to adapt.
February 21, 2022
I Helped Publish “Maus.” Never Once Have I Regretted It.
If you truly want a teenager to read any book with gusto, the first thing you need to do is, of course, ban it.
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May 6, 2021
Secretary Blinken Faces a Big Test in Ukraine, Where Nazis and Their Sympathizers Are Glorified
One week after hundreds marched in Kyiv to honor a Nazi SS division, the US secretary of state has a chance to stand up for Holocaust survivors.
January 1, 2021
Breakfast Table With Jewish Newsletters
An argument with myself.
July 21, 2020
Canada’s Nazi Monuments
Why does Canada have not one but several memorials to Nazi collaborators? And why, when statues are toppling all over the world, have Canadian Jewish groups remained silent?
May 6, 2020
V-E Day Was 75 Years Ago. How Relevant Is It Today?
The dark cloud of World War II has stopped recent US leaders from seeing the world as it actually is.
Andrew J. Bacevich
February 3, 2020
Putin in Israel
Conflicting new Cold War memories.
Stephen F. Cohen