Holocaust denial? | Yahoo Answers

Posted By on May 5, 2019

Why would you want to write such a thing? There can be some disagreement on details, but there is endless evidence that it was more or less what historians say. I have visited Dachau and Auschwitz concentration camps. Auschwitz (in 1992) was especially poignant, because they had no English tours (it is in Poland). I am fluent in German, and so we took a German tour. My husband and I were the only persons on it. The tour guide kept listening to my translation, and asked for some clarifications. She said she was trying to learn enough English so once more Americans cared enough to visit, she would be able to give them a tour in English. We were the first American tourists she had ever met.

Have you watched the films of the opening of the concentration camps that are readily available? Or the films made by the Germans to document their own crimes?

I have no personal reason to care. I am not Jewish, and none of my relatives went to concentration camps. My husband and I just care enough to witness history first hand. Unless you have done that, you may not understand how disrespectful to millions of dead people your choice of topic may sound.

I know this is not a direct answer to your question, but, indirectly, I hope I am helping you decide to write something a bit more realistic, and more destined to be a successful paper.

Later edit: I apologize if I misunderstood your point, but my understanding was that you did not want to examine why holocost deniers are wrong, but rather why they might be right, at least in part. That was the reason for my answer.

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