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The Church of England and the Holocaust: Christianity, Memory and Nazism

For the first fifteen years after the end of the Second World War, the Nazi persecution and mass murder of the Jews of Europe was rarely the subject of public debate or historical analysis. Only after the Eichmann trial did the term ‘Holocaust’ gain widespread acceptance. Even then, this tragedy was largely considered as aContinue reading “The Church of England and the Holocaust: Christianity, Memory and Nazism”