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November 07, 1986 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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portation difficulties can be
resolved.
The problems facing the
HMC in trying to accomplish
all it wants to do are corn-
pounded, ironically, by those
arising from its own success.
Having established so profes-
sional and well-equipped a
facility, its members have
raised community expecta-
tions of professional efficiency
and expertise. Until now, the
HMC has been run by
Rosenzveig and a volunteer
staff, who are on all sides un-
stintingly praised. But as the
HMC's reputation grows, so
does its need for additional
staff.
"The Holocaust Memorial
Center will never reach its
destiny unless we develop a
greater pool of lay and pro-
fessional staff," says Jackier.
In time, Jackier believes, as
it responds to the demands
made on it, the institution
will adjust to the "community
dynamic" which has taken it
over, and evolve into a highly
efficient organization, a proc-
ess which he says has already
begun.
Extra responsibility for
leadership and outreach,
HMC's board members ac-
knowledge, will arise from
their recent decision not to
support the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Council campaign
for the proposed national
museum in Washington. That
campaign goal is $100 mil-
lion from private contribu-
tions, in order to complete,
the project by 1989. The U.S.
Council has asked regional
centers not specifically for
funds, but for expressions of
support.
The HMC was unable to
endorse a national museum
whose board was appointed
by the government, fearing
that it would be too vulnera-
ble to pressure from special-
interest groups. "It is not in-
conceivable," says
Rosenzveig, "that in the fu-
ture there will be pressure to
include any group that sees
itself as having been perse-
cuted. What will happen, for
example, if the Arabs want to
include a memorial of Shatil-
lah (the Palestinian camp in
Beirut in which hundreds

were slaughtered in 1982 by
Christian Phalangists under
Israel's jurisdiction)?"
The board's decision was
not taken lightly. Many
members had great hopes for
the national project when it
was first proposed but have
become disillusioned by the
subsequent plans to include
memorials to non-Jewish vic-
tims of Nazi aggression, in-
cluding those from com-
munities such as the Ukraine
and Poland, where native
persecutors are remembered
by the Shaarit Haplaytah as
often worse than the Nazi SS,
and where many of those im-
prisoned by the Nazis for
political reasons were them-
selves anti-Semitic.
"In Buchenwald, in Bar-
rack 57 where I was impris-
oned," says Abe Pasternak,
"a Polish prisoner said to me
`Why did God bring me here
to see more Jews?' "
Not all regional centers
agree with Detroit's decision.
"We should be leaders, not
dissenters," says Dallas direc-
tor Sue Kollinger. "There are
other ways of making your
position clear than lack of
support." The importance and
education potential of a na-
tional center, she believes, is
too great to be put aside.
Dr. Marilyn Feingold, edu-
cational consultant to the
U.S. Council, agrees. "The
question we must ask is who
do we want to reach?" She
points out that the prestige,
resources and access to
nationwide channels of com-
munication available to an
officially recognized national
facility give it an unequalled
opportunity to bring the
truth about the Holocaust to
a non-Jewish public.
An equally important ques-
tion, responds the HMC, is
"What do we want to reach
them with?" "We must resist
all attempts to dilute the
Holocaust," says Rosenzveig.
"A national Holocaust center
is an absolute necessity. But
it is better not to have one
than to have one structured
the way it is now."
Prof. Raul Hilberg, author
of The Destruction of the
European Jews, and gener-
ally regarded as the preemi-

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