As individuals, we often try to forget painful events, such as traumas. So did some survivors of concentration camps. However, as a community, we have the duty to remember such a dramatic event in history like Auschwitz.
Auschwitz's survivor Primo Levi wrote his experience as a prisoner in concentration camp, and he elaborated the theory of the "grey zone", a concept that embodies his ideas about good, evil, and the human condition.
This article, published on International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2019, looks at the complex relationship that Germany has with Holocaust memorials and museums, while also exploring how visitors to these sites within the age of "dark tourism" can ensure that their behaviour is appropriate.