Isser Greber, 95, has devoted himself to commemorating not only the members of his family, but also the other residents of his hometown in Poland
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On the line with Einat Amoyal, school principal in Hod Hasharon
Scripture mentions strange visions of nameless single-horned beasts. But what did the ancient word translated as 'unicorn' really mean?
Sergei Loznitsa's 'Austerlitz' reminds us of the distinction between 'tourism' and 'pilgrimage.' Noa Aharoni’s film about survivors shows how the damage ripples through generations
Perhaps one reason the Italian-born Holocaust survivor lived until the 1980s – unlike his German-speaking counterparts who quickly took their own lives – was because he wrote in his native tongue. Yet the famed author ultimately suffered the same fate
In 'The Book Thieves,' author Anders Rydell explains the Nazis' aim: to assert complete control over public information and literature, and utilize them to advance Hitler’s ideological goals.
The committee also received $1 million from hedge-fund manager Paul Singer and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft
Trump's intense involvement in the home stretch reflected the GOP's deep worry that an outright victory by Jon Ossoff would fuel Democratic moral looking ahead to 2018
The suitcase contains, among other documents, a U.S. visa application and a letter that a son wrote to his parents from Mauthausen concentration camp
How, apparently in the name of avoiding a demographic precedent, can Israel hold up a decision on allowing just 100 Syrian orphans to stay here. Do we really need to think twice?