By Jonathan Freedland, October 3, 2008
The Baltic states are erasing the memory of the Holocaust - and even prosecuting survivors. Where is our outrage?
With Yom Kippur coming up, I know we are meant to be atoning for our own sins rather than making
accusations against others. But some crimes are too big to ignore.
The crime in question is the Holocaust - or, more precisely, the way we remember it. As the remnant of survivors shrinks, and as that event passes from living memory into history, there is a battle underway for how the Shoah will be recorded for posterity.