By Alex Brummer, June 26, 2008
The Times reveals that ordinary Germans are living in a former concentration camp
More than six decades after the liberation of the camps, tales from the Shoah remain as shocking as ever. And pair of articles from The Times and Sunday Times last weekend challenged some conventional wisdom.
The first, in The Times, concerned the families who have chosen to make their homes on land still toxic with Jewish blood from the Holocaust, puncturing the image that, of all nations, the Germans have sought to sanctify the lives of those who perished.