A list of Holocaust movies sometimes forgotten, but always worth a watch.
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Though most Israelis do not typically attend synagogue on Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Reform movement is calling on congregations to meet and use this new prayer book, two years in the making
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?
Holocaust Remembrance Day, which began with an official ceremony at Yad Vashem on Wednesday night was marked with a siren sounding across Israel at 10 am Thursday morning.
Newly translated letters showcase the emotions one Italian Jew experienced in a Trieste jail before being transported to Auschwitz in 1944. Seven decades on, his son still can’t read them without bursting into tears.
Polish movie 'Passenger' (1963) was one of the first films to deal with the Holocaust, with a plot revolving around a charged meeting between a former Auschwitz inmate and her prison guard.
The U.S. Holocaust Museum turns to crowdsourcing to discover how local newspapers reported the rise of the Nazis and the extermination of European Jewry.
Ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day, director of Ghetto Fighters' House Museum, says high school trips to Poland, March of the Living emphasize wrong messages.
In 'The Last Laugh,' survivors and comedians make the surprising link between the Holocaust and humor.
U.S. lawmakers cite Berlin's 'moral and historical responsibility' to the victims of the Holocaust.