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British schools should no longer teach children about the Nazis because it makes them think less favourably of modern Germany, the architect of the National Curriculum has claimed.
Lord Baker of Dorking, who spent three years as Margaret Thatcher’s education secretary, said that he would ban the topic and concentrate on British history instead.
In the book The Second Generation, Lisa Katz writes, "According to studies, the long-term effects of the Holocaust on the children of survivors suggest a "psychological profile." Their parents’ suffering may have affected their upbringing, personal relationships and perspective on life. Eva Fogelman, a psychologist who treats Holocaust survivors and their children, suggests a second generation 'complex' characterized by processes that affect identity, self-esteem, interpersonal interactions and worldview."
Originally posted by Chadwickus
Yeah British history is so much better.
Face it, everyone has dirty laundry.
Originally posted by Nite_wing
Yeah, let's rewrite history and say Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot were nice guys, right up there with Hitler.
Originally posted by DerepentLEstranger
I'm sure the royals are all for it
Originally posted by Helixer
reply to post by DerepentLEstranger
The royals are German and their attitudes will remain the same irrespective of what school children in the UK are taught.
Since the Holocaust happened, there have been several holocausts from Rwanda to Cambodia. Holocaust education does nothing but truamatise children and it does not prevent genocide.edit on 25-12-2011 by Helixer because: sp