it was only when the law was passed
““crimes against the
Jews.”¹⁷ Th e law’s chronological concept reached further back than that of
the architects of Nuremberg, relating to the Holocaust as an event beginning
in 1933.¹⁸ From an historical perspective, the law’s major signifi cance
was epitomized in its name: the “Nazi and Nazi Collaborators Punishment
Law.” By the term “Nazis,” it was clear to whom the lawmaker referred.”
that the latency in memory was broken in Israel. the self guit of the surivoring holocaust victims was distinguished when the law makers decided to push the definitive blame upon the Nazi – this is further brought to light in the Eichmann trial .