Speaking at closing ceremony of Holocaust Remembrance Day, Israeli president calls for 'moral reflection' from countries that assisted Germany in carrying out Final Solution
The latest research reveals Gorka's use of an honorific used by sworn members of the Vitézi Rend order, an extremist far-right Hungarian group.
'Refugee camps are concentration camps,' says leader of the Catholic Church
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
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 tale of an academic elite's surrender to the mob, on and off campus
Secret material smuggled out of Eastern Europe during the war will be released online this week
Rudolf Höss was executed exactly 70 years ago. Little did he know his wedding ring would do him in − thanks to the ingenuity of Berlin-born Jew Hanns Alexander
An interview with historian Atina Grossmann, whose research explores the definition of who is a Holocaust survivor
Dr. Inge Rapoport fled Nazi Germany, but then had to flee United States for being a communist. She didn’t need her doctorate to be a remarkable woman