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Cathy Young

Stalin's resurgence in Russia

By Cathy Young
February 27, 2006

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TWO EVENTS last week starkly illustrate the dilemmas of countries grappling with a terrible past. In Austria, Holocaust denier David Irving received a three-year jail sentence for his public assertions that the Nazis did not carry out a systematic extermination of the Jews during World War II. Meanwhile, in Russia, as the country marked the 50th anniversary of its official ... (Full article: 664 words)

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