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15 This narrow pedagogic rationale does not always relate to German youth who are tired of being given a historical diet of guilt or who are first or second generation immigrants whose family history is not even in some tangential way connected to the atrocities of the Holocaust. 0006 Responses to Holocaust Education Gryglewski’s solution to this evolving problem is ‘appreciation as a teaching method’. This involves a multifaceted approach which includes broadening the scope of Holocaust education.
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