Katja Hoyer Katja Hoyer

Has Germany truly come to terms with its Nazi past?

Berlin's Holocaust Memorial (Getty)

Germany is often lauded for the way it confronts its own past. The Holocaust, the murder of six million Jewish men, women and children, has a central place in collective memory as well as in the memorial landscape of the capital Berlin, where a 200,000 sq ft site is dedicated to it.

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