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Holocaust non-denial denial, the Jew behind the Apollo, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Dovid Katz examines the phenomenon of “Holocaust obfuscation” in Baltic former Soviet republics like Lithuania: An increasingly popular, pernicious theory under which the Nazi and Soviet occupations are understood as equal legacies, with the Holocaust being in some sense a response, or byproduct, of resisting the Russians. On this week’s Vox Tablet, Eric Molinsky reports on the man behind Harlem’s legendary Apollo Theater—who was named Frank Schiffman. Parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall issues a call to keep summer camp cell phone- and Internet-free. Josh Lambert has his weekly round-up of forthcoming books of note. The Frozen Rabbi enters its tenth week. And The Scroll keeps on truckin’.

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