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Scottish Parliament: Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 (26 Jan 2017)

Elaine Smith: I thank Jackson Carlaw for bringing the debate to the chamber. Tomorrow, the film “Denial” will be released to coincide with Holocaust memorial day. We know that there are Holocaust deniers, and one can perhaps see why some people might want to deny the Holocaust—after all, who would want to believe that such obscene, cruel and degrading treatment, torture, maiming and murder was...

Scottish Parliament: Holocaust Memorial Day 2012 (25 Jan 2012)

Jackson Carlaw: ...shared outwith their community until much later. I would say that that began sometime in the 1970s, as television programmes started to take a greater interest in what had happened and Holocaust deniers began to emerge to suggest that no such atrocities had taken place. We should remember that the collapse of Nazi Germany was latterly an organised collapse, but was rapid in its early...

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