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(photo courtesy the united states holocaust memorial museum, what it means to make conclusions about the holocaust and its aftermath. His research interests include the holocaust, jewish rebuilding in its aftermath, jewish cultural responses to the holocaust, and holocaust-related trials. Phayer has written a singularly important book on the role of the catholic church in both the holocaust and its aftermath, up to and including.
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