Cover Story | Norbert Vollertsen has been haunting the Holocaust Museum in
Washington. He cannot get over the photographs. "As a German, I
feel especially shocked because of these photos. I feel terribly
guilty," he says. "Whenever I'm in the museum, I want to hide,"
especially when groups of Jewish children brush by him. Born after
the end of World War II, in 1958, Dr. Vollertsen is too young to
remember it, never mind participate. Yet it is the national memory
of a Jewish Holocaust that drives his