The memory of the Holocaust has a way of making the world feel smaller. People of different nations can imagine they share a single human drama. And Salvadorans have been as surprised as anybody to rediscover their part in it. To have been on the side of the angels at one of the darkest moments in history, when other countries stood by, is something a small, relatively poor, geopolitically minor nation can be proud of.
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