1. See Igor Primoratz, "The War against Croatia: Salient Traits," Journal of Croatian Studies, vol. 32/3 (1991/2).
  2. Shlomo Tadmor, "Israel's Perplexing Recognition of Croatia," The Jerusalem Post, 14 May 1992: 6.
  3. Teddy Preuss, "Goebbels Lives - In Zagreb," The Jerusalem Post, 6 December 1991: p. 7.
  4. Tadmor (see note 2).
  5. Nathan Zeev Grossman. "With Whom Do You Have Things in Common?" [in Hebrew], Yated Hashavua, 14 August 1992: 9.
  6. See Philip J. Cohen, Serbia at war with History, College Station, Tx: Texas A&M University Press, 1996
  7. I do not mean to deny that, to the extent an individual conceives of his or her identity, in part, in terms of membership in an ethnic group - and many, if not most of us, do - that self-understanding generates certain moral requirements: to try to understand as fully and objectively as possible the past of the ethnic group one identifies with. to acknonwledge the darker chapters of its history, the wrongs and crimes committed by earlier generations, and, most importantly, to help make sure such wrongs and crimes are not perpetrated again (on this see Jerzv Jedlicki, "Heritage and Collective Responsibility," in Ian Maclean, Alan Montefiore, and Peter Winch (eds), The Political Responsibility of Intellectuals, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990). But this, of course, has nothing to do with the conception of collective biological responsibility presupposed by the World War II argument.
  8. "Serbs in Croatia: Oath of the New President" [in Croatian], Danas, 10 March 1992: 26.
  9. The Jewish Community in Zagreb, "Appeal to Our Brothers and Sisters," in Zvonimir Separovic (ed.), Documenta Croatica, 2nd edn, Zagreb: Croatian Society of Victimology, 1992: 227-8.
  10. Allison Kaplan and Tom Tugend, "US Jews Call for Action against Serb Atrocities," The Jerusalem Post, 6 August 1992:1.
  11. Tom Segev, The Seventh Million: The Israelis and the Holocaust, trans. by Haim Watzman, New York: Hill & Wang, 1993: 444.
  12. Segev (see note 11). p. 399.
  13. See "Prof. Leibowitz Calls Israel's Policy in Lebanon Judeo-Nazi" [in Hebrew], Yediot Aharonot, 21 June 1982: 7.
  14. Segev (see note 11). p. -401.
  15. Segev (see note 11).
  16. Dr. Menachem Shelach, "Fifty Years since the Destruction of the Jews in Yugoslavia" [in Serbian] (unpublished MS). A discussion of Serbian World War II revisionism can be found in Cohen (see note 6).
  17. Alain Finkielkraut: Comment etre Croate? (Kako se to moze biti Hrvat?, in Croatian, trans. from the French by Sasa Sirovec and Visnja Machiedo), Zagreb: Ceres. 1992: 42.
  18. Finkielkraut (see note 17), p. -43.
  19. Paper read at the International Conference on Responses to Holocausts and Genocide, Jerusalem, 26 Dececnher 1993 - 2 January 1994 (revised in December 1994).

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