A compelling analysis considers the ways Israel has used the memory of the Holocaust to define its existence and politics.
Table of ContentsForeword Tony Judt; 1. The sacrificed and the sanctified; 2. Memory without rememberers; 3. From the people's hall to the wailing wall; 4. Between 'love of the world' and 'love of Israel'; 5. Yellow territories.
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