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September Von der Bundesversammlung genehmigt am Juni 1 In Kraft getreten durch Notenaustausch am November Stand am Beschluss September Inkrafttreten Werkzeug Sprachenvergleich. Alle Fassungen Revisionen In West Germany, the vast majority of Nazi judges, scientists and bureaucrats simply stayed in office. When Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was asked in early if there should be an official event marking the 10th anniversary of the liberation from the Nazis he answered, tellingly: "You don't celebrate your defeats.
Only in the s, did rebellious teenagers like me start to question their parents and grandparents: What were you doing between and ? What did you know about the killing of the Jews?
Hegels Kritik des moralisch-juridischen Modells politischer Kultur
We did not accept the collective amnesia regarding the Nazi crimes. We also refused to buy the popular legend of an evil demon called Hitler who single-handedly seduced and betrayed an innocent German people who knew nothing about the atrocities the Wehrmacht and the SS committed. In the s, young teachers introduced the Nazi period into the school curriculum and historians began more intensely documenting and researching the rise of the Nazis. The American TV series "Holocaust" also had a strong impact.
Then, on May 8, , President Richard von Weizsaecker -- once a Wehrmacht officer -- gave a historical speech to the German parliament in which he declared the day the "Deutsche Reich" submitted to an unconditional capitulation a "Tag der Befreiung," a "day of liberation" for Germans. This was especially resonant considering Weizsaecker's own family war story.
His father Ernst served as Nazi deputy foreign secretary and in signed deportation orders that sent about 6, French Jews to extermination camps. In his speech, Weizsaecker Jr. AP Nazi war criminals tried after the war in Nuremberg.
Respected British historian Ian Kershaw -- who wrote what I believe is the best Hitler biography -- recently praised the Germans for having done much more to come to terms with their fascist past than the Austrians, Italians or Japanese. This is encouraging to hear, though it does not offer an excuse to indulge in complacency. In the last few years, books on the Allied bombing campaign and the brutal expulsion of Germans from Poland and Czechoslovakia in have focused on how Germans suffered during the war.
Leftists have warned that this shift could lead to a moral levelling and suppression of the fact that it was Nazi Germany which, after all, began the war and that their goal was to enslave Europe and ultimately achieve world supremacy. AP Neo-Nazis are becoming more brazen and visible in Germany.
Many unabashedly honor Hitler as a great German statesman.
And calm rationality is what is desperately needed on all sides when it comes to confronting Germany's Nazi past. Unfortunately, such even-temperedness is often sorely lacking. Whenever a right-wing extremist provokes controversy -- like last month, when a prominent Neo-Nazi called the Allied attacks on Dresden in February a "Holocaust of bombs" -- German politicians immediately start to moralize in grand style instead of discussing and analyzing the historical facts.
The truth is that after the Dresden air attacks, even British Prime Minister Winston Churchill looked at the rubble and ordered a review of what he called the "bombing of German cities simply for the sake of increasing terror, though under other pretexts".