ONE, BY ONE, BY ONE: FACING THE HOLOCAUST
by Judith Miller; Simon & Schuster
319 pages; $21.95
Judith Miller's challenging thesis is that many countries remember the Holocaust in different ways, and from these different perceptions come different distortions of what the Holocaust actually was. A veteran reporter and editor for the New York Times, Miller pursues her thesis over a lot of familiar terrain -- the Barbie trial, the Waldheim election -- but when she ventures off the beaten track, which she does fairly often, she discovers some very interesting things. Like the fact that the Dutch government still pays...