A recent study suggests today’s younger adult population in the US knows surprisingly little about the Holocaust, except for those from families that were directly affected. By contrast, Germany has gone to great lengths to confront its Nazi legacy. But when it comes to discussion of the perpetrator side on a family level in Germany, the subject is usually fraught, and largely off-limits. Reporter Alexa Dvorson in Berlin tells the story of one woman who confronted her family's Nazi past, and what she learned about herself in the process.
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