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The unlearned Holocaust lesson

This is a day of mourning for the humankind. The systematic and brutal extermination of between 11 and 17 million people (Jews, Romani, Poles, Soviets, homosexuals, Germans with dissabilities and German political and religious dissidents) is a tragic reminder of what we are capable to do. We should all have learned the lesson. This hasn’t happened. In no country. Not where I am now, for sure.