Sixteen years on, American Jewish historian Deborah Lipstadt’s defeat in court of Holocaust denier David Irving remains sadly relevant, as the new movie ‘Denial’ shows.
Merkel said Germany owed Mannheimer much gratitude, calling him a 'great reconciler' for his post-war efforts.
Poland needs to allow historians free access to and interpretation of its past. Only then can unfair and negative stereotypes, such as those used by Shlomo Avineri regarding the Polish underground Home Army, be refuted.
Accusations of Holocaust denial contradict Polish initiatives to commemorate centuries of Jewish heritage in Poland and the great Jewish contribution to Polish culture.
Ingrid Carlberg's richly detailed 'Raoul Wallenberg: The Biography' presents fresh facts about the Swede who saved so many Jews, but is unable to answer the gnawing question surrounding his fate in Soviet custody.
Israeli research institute says effort to forbid claims that Poles collaborated during Holocaust ‘makes Poland part of the anti-liberal movement picking up speed worldwide.’
'A Branch with Shriveled Leaves' was sold under duress by Marianne Schmidl in Austria in 1939.
Newly published diaries of the first KGB chief state that the Swedish diplomat was liquidated on Stalin’s orders in a Soviet prison in 1947.
Mist sprinklers intended to offer respite to those visiting site of extermination camp during sweltering heat have caused stir in past.
Michael Chajewski adds his voice to growing chorus of officials who seek to exhume the bodies to determine if Germans were in fact responsible for killing the victims.