As you consider your answer, check out what is happening in Germany, where reprints from newspaper accounts from the 1930s are creating incredible tension.
Yes, without question the Nazi era was one of the darkest in modern world history, and it is perhaps the darkest stain on the amazing land that is Germany. Obviously I was not alive during this period, and equally obvious I've never lived in Germany. Thus, I cannot appreciate the depth of feeling taking place in the country.
However, as an outsider, I think it is critical that as full a presentation and discussion of the good and the bad always take place. Perhaps I am alone in saying this, but I'm uncomfortable with the idea that attempts are being made to quash the distribution of these news accounts. To me, that smacks of the refusal to tolerate other opinions that is part and parcel of despotic regimes. Germany clearly is not led by such rulers today, and I hope they understand the value of free speech...even if the message being disseminated is an ugly one.