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Study: 80 Percent of Germans Want to Put Holocaust Behind Them

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An archival image of the Jews of Thessaloniki being lined up and registered in Eleftherias Square, by Nazis, in July, 1942. Photo: German Federal Archive / WikiCommons.

An archival image of the Jews of Thessaloniki being lined up and registered in Eleftherias Square, by Nazis, in July, 1942. A new study shows that Germans want to move on from the Holocaust past that haunts their country. Photo: German Federal Archive / WikiCommons.

Daily Mail – A new study shows a majority of Germans have had enough of the Holocaust and want to move on from greatest genocide in history.

On the eve of tomorrow’s commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz extermination camp , 81 percent of Germans say they want to put ‘the history of the persecution of the Jews behind them’ and for their leaders to turn to ‘contemporary problems.’

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