Resisting the Comparison

Is it helpful to compare the Holocaust to more recent acts of genocide? Does it remind of all that we share across the globe and across time? Or do such comparisons inflict additional pain on those still trying to recover from their own brutal pasts? Historian William Collins Donahue argues that the answer is more complicated than you might think. Read more.

The Mass Grave, 1963 Itzhak Belfer

The Mass Grave, 1963
Itzhak Belfer