i have had similar experiences to FLMM, sadly. the deniers may be the minority, but there are some very vocal ones, and in some pretty well thought of american academic circles. i would not say that i am uninterested, but i think that in some cases, the way it is addressed, and how it is framed, is not something i agree with. yes, that makes me feel better. when i read about it, yes i get quite upset about it. same for the pogroms. particularly chmelniki (sp?) and how his legacy is viewed. but it is certainly not something on the forefront of my mind, or even something that comes up, nearly as often as the holocaust. surely time lapse is the major contributing factor.