Startling is the statement that some "historians" questioned whether sexual violence occurred during the Shoah. Unfortunately it did occur -- and to levels unprecedented in history.
The (excellent) review points out rightfully several of the (difficult) questions that such work entails. It is both surprising and instructive to observe that
If this be the choice, I will take my stand on the side of `too much' rather than `too little', for my terror of forgetting is greater than my terror of having too much to remember. Let the accumulated facts about the past continue to multiply. Let the flow of books and monographs grow, even if they are only read by specialists. Let unread copies lie on the shelves of many libraries, so that if some be destroyed or removed, others will remain. So that those who need can find that this person did live, those events really took place, this interpretation is not the only one. So that those who may someday forge a new halakhah may sift and retrieve what they require.