Most Remember; Some Begin to Deny

Around the world, Holocaust memories stir deep feelings

FROM WASHINGTON TO WARSAW TO JERUSALEM, commemorations of the Holocaust took many shapes. In the U.S. capital President Clinton, Lech Walesa, Vaclav Havel and 8,000 guests -- including a few hundred who were spared in the death camps -- listened as survivor Elie Wiesel dedicated a Holocaust Memorial Museum. In Poland Vice President Al Gore honored the memory of resistance fighters killed in the Warsaw Uprising 50 years ago last week. Jerusalem received a most unexpected visitor: Martin Bormann, son of the Hitler aide of the same name, came to pay tribute at that city's Holocaust memorial. There were discordant notes...

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