Saturday, April 02, 2005
Right next to my letter to the editor, which was pulished ( except for the last paragraph ) in this weekend's International Herald Tribune, I read a letter which was sent by a reader from London with an Arabic-sounding name. Not surprisingly he writes something which is entirely at odds with what I wrote. He finishes his letter with a very remark that no historian can take seriously: "The Holocaust stands as the eternal symbol of what happens when we forget."
Posted by Bert at 5:05 PM