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what are the means they use? is it more - avoiding the subject and keeping the dirty laundry inside or rather talking about it in public and opening the subject for a wide discussion?
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I suggest also you look at the thread I created some time ago:
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The schoolkids get a heavy dose of Holocaust education. One might say it is pounded into them. They visit some of the camps like Dachau and Buchenwald and Bergen Belsen. The former SS barracks at Buchenwald periodically house students for a 'Holocaust study' weekend.
Some of the city museums have exhibits. Occasionally something makes the newspapers or the TV. Some railroad stations have monuments to those who left that station for a trip to the death camps. The Jewish Temple in Munich has a museum.
All that said, the Holocaust is not something that comes up in daily conversation.