October 21, 2010

Has Germany Come to Terms With Past?

Jan-Werner Mueller, The Guardian

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The debate over the opening of a new Hitler exhibition in Berlin draws on Germany's complex culture of remembrance.

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TAGGED: Nazi party, Adolf Hitler, Angela Merkel, Germany, Japan, South Africa, Berlin, The centre, Hitler

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