Thank you! I'm asking all of this because we have been discussing this in the class I am taking. In one of the readings, regarding the Holocaust museum, there was an argument that broke out among the scholars about how many people actually died (Jewish and non Jewish) and that those numbers should dictate how to proceed with the museum. Personally I found that manipulation of numbers to be offensive and it showed when I talked about it. The woman sitting next to me, who is Jewish, then got irritated with me. The whole was just hugely irritating. No one is saying that Jews shouldnt be remembered in the museums and books about the Holocaust but it is amazingly arrogant to not include the other half of the story. To not include them is to take part in covering up their murders.