Understanding Holocaust distortion (full text)
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Understanding Holocaust distortion : contexts, influences and examples

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Understanding Holocaust distortion : contexts, influences and examples
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Dates2021; ©2021
Statement of ResponsibilityInternational Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
Summary"The document presented here is based on IHRA’s Working Definition of Holocaust Denial and Distortion, which covers a broad and rather complicated topic. This document provides additional detail and context on the matters of Holocaust denial and distortion so policy makers, journalists and educators or people in the judicial system (e.g. judges, prosecutors and attorneys) and interested people can identify these phenomena, place them within particular historical and political contexts, and better understand the dangers of these phenomena." —Introduction, page 4
Contents
  1. What is Holocaust Distortion?
  2. Historical and Geographical Contexts
  3. Political Influences
  4. Narratives and Examples
  5. Appendix
Physical Description 1 online resource (54 pages) : PDF file
Carrier Typeonline resource
LanguageEnglish
Publisher[Berlin?] : International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA)
EditionFirst edition
URLhttps://www.holocaustremembrance.com/sites/default/files/2021-11/Understanding Holocaust Distortion - Contexts, Influences and Examples - IHRA.pdf, Access the freely available full text from the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA)
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