Nominated for best short documentary, 'Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah' explores the making of 'Shoah' and the mark it left on its author.
The 'Judenrat' were often despised by fellow Jews as traitors, but Mirjam Bolle, still lively at 98 years old, defends their actions.
New documents from Polish archives help substantiate the claim that a Holocaust survivor in Haifa is 112 years old.
In newly-discovered deposition, Dachau survivor recounts he almost froze to death in a hypothermia experiment, and was whipped for not standing still while mosquitoes infected him with malaria.
112-year-old Yisrael Kristal of Haifa was informed that he could hold the title, if he can prove his age.
The flag that flew on the mast of the iconic ship carrying illegal immigrants was purchased by two American Jews, angering those who believe it should have remained in Israel.
A new three-volume boxed set of all of Primo Levi’s works, most of them in new translations and some appearing in English for the first time, offers a reappraisal of the author known mainly for his Holocaust memoirs.
The Association of Jewish Libraries announced the selection of Aharon Appelfeld, a Holocaust survivor who has written about the genocide extensively.
After an intense visit to Auschwitz, Geza Rohring got closer to Judaism; the actor plays a Sonderkommando, a role that often gets criticism however, ‘the will to live becomes independent of the person.’
Alexander Guiora had his students recite texts in a foreign language to hear their pronunciation, and then had them read them again – after drinking alcohol. The results were surprising.