A Model for Coming to Terms with the Past? Holocaust Remembrance and Antisemitism in Germany since 1945 | Taylor & Francis
Antisemitism and spurious views of the Holocaust are often intertwined. That is certainly the case in the land of the former perpetrators. Germany is, of course, by no means the only country that has seen a rise in antisemitism since the turn of the twenty-first century, but it does display certain specific characteristics, especially in how it deals with the past. Germany has changed dramatically and in many ways since 1945. It has been transformed from a belligerent nation that started two world wars to a major force for stability and democracy in Europe that promotes the ideals upon which the EU was founded.