As the Nazi holocaust recedes into history, the impact it had in the post-war years is lessening dramatically. Anybody who grew up in the 1960s or 1970s could feel a deep sense of horror about the slaughter of millions of people in gas chambers and gunned down in killing fields. But it has nothing like the same resonance for today’s millennials.
One school in Germany realised the only thing it could do was to take children to a former Nazi concentration camp. This way, the youngsters would achieve the same level of understanding as previous generations.
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