Three Questions That Do Not Go Away. The Netherlands and the Shoah
(Maarten Asscher) THE LOW COUNTRIES - 2014, № 22, PP. 106-111
Three uncomfortable questions that do not go away seem to summarise the ethical dilemmas that underpin the story of the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands and of the genocide inflicted on Dutch Jewry. Was it possible for ordinary people to distinguish between good and evil? Why did such a high percentage of Jews in the Netherlands perish in the Shoah? Did people know about the fate that awaited Jews?
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