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Editor's introduction Nowhere has the impact of the 1988 Leuchter Report been greater than in Germany, and understandably so. As one young German recently noted, if Holocaust Revisionism wins widespread acceptance there, the impact will be felt not merely in the intellectual world; many people who currently hold positions of …

We at the Committee for an Open Debate on the Holocaust agree with German Minister Heiko Maas. We also hope he agrees with us that whatever is taught to migrants should be accurate as possible and that discussion and debate over the many unresolved questions in Holocaust studies will be encouraged.