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Commemoration for people killed at the Jasenovac concentration camp in Croatia, April 2016. Photo: EPA/ANTONIO BAT.


How Holocaust Memory was Hijacked in Post-Communist States

Holocaust, Jelena Subotić

Many East European countries are wary of beginning an honest conversation about the crimes committed on their territory during World War II, and instead have appropriated the memorialisation of the Holocaust to denigrate communism.


Jelena Subotić


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