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Aaron Hass discusses his book, “The Aftermath,” which describes the lives of those that survived the Holocaust. He describes how the survivors were not allowed to truly mourn, because after the Holocaust, survivors had to focus on building a new life. Further, for those that immigrated to America, they did not wish to share their Holocaust experience, nor did Americans desire to know. Hass wants to share with readers that the Holocaust indeed was a tragedy, but ultimately does not define Jewish history.