After the war Harmatz and other Jewish 'avengers' carried out a mass poisoning of former SS officers in an American POW camp that sickened more than 2,200 Germans, but caused no known deaths.
Menia Perelman, who was born in Romania and survived four years in a concentration camp, says she prefers Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Merkel said Germany owed Mannheimer much gratitude, calling him a 'great reconciler' for his post-war efforts.
The blind greengrocer from Holon carried for 70 years the scars of the Kielce pogrom, in which Poles murdered 42 Jewish Holocaust survivors.
The unknown vandals tore photographs on display at Liberty Square and damaged or removed objects donated to the Living Memorial by survivors and their descendants.
Rokhl Oyerbakh and Deborah Lipstadt disrupted the male-dominated study of the Shoah. The re-energized Holocaust denial on show this election season gives the two upcoming films about them a depressing relevance.
The capsule, which includes pictures of Hitler and two copies of 'Mein Kampf,' is believed to have been hidden during the construction of a building used to train Nazis.
After leading a group of Palestinian students on a visit to the Nazi death camp, Prof. Mohammed Dajani Daoudi received death threats and moved to the United States. A perpetual exile who refuses to see himself as a refugee, he explains why education has the power to breach the cycle of violence.
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.
The film recounts how Deborah Lipstadt, a prominent historian, writer and professor, who was sued for libel in Britain in 1996 by Holocaust denier David Irving after she called him a liar in one of her books.