Tel Aviv’s Independence Hall is in the process of being renovated and transformed into a thriving museum.
This week the Tel Aviv Cinematheque hosts 'Terezin Films,' screening feature films and documentaries about Theresienstadt, which the Nazis turned into a fake showcase.
Famed Israeli lexicographer Avraham Akavia, enterprising right hand of Maj.-Gen. Orde Wingate, buried on 98th birthday.
120 volunteers descend on Holon cemetery with smartphones in hand, aiming to create massive database to help genealogists and historians.
Oskar Groning, who was responsible for the money stolen from murdered prisoners, denies committing any crime.
Of all the Jewish communities living in Arab and Muslim states prior to the formation of Israel, the smallest was undoubtedly the 1,000 or so Jews who lived in Sudan. One octogenarian is desperate to preserve their history.
In recent months, dozens of elderly former Nazis have been indicted in Germany, but the cases have repeatedly collapsed in court.
A new film and 'comic book,' marking the centennial of the birth of Slovakian-born adventuress Haviva Reick, ask viewers whether they would sacrifice their lives for their principles as she did in WW II.
The brother of an Israeli chief rabbi, he survived Nazi concentration camps, and as a Haaretz reporter, covered the Eichmann trial. Later, he was Israel's N.Y. consul general.
John Henry Patterson hailed by Netanyahu as ‘one of the heroes of our people.’