For first time, Israel participates in international photography contest; 6,000 Israeli photographs are among over 360,000 shots from all over the world.
The world's most famous Holocaust survivor, Elie Wiesel, paid a lightning visit to Israel this week to claim yet another award. At 84, he still has many plans, including writing a book with Barack Obama.
The starting prices for the amulets, which come from the collection of antiquities dealer and amulet collector Lenny Wolfe, range from $25 to $5,000.
In related incidents, several Hungarian Jews were attacked by far right extremists.
Responding to the community’s unprecedented demand, Yaacov Lozowick determines that the collection, which includes thousands of papers documenting Jewish life in Vienna since 17th century, belongs in Jerusalem.
The cornerstone of the world's largest stadium was laid in Nuremberg 75 years ago. Hitler envisioned the project as a symbol of the Reich that would stand for centuries, but due to WWII it was never completed.
Documents declassified by German intelligence also reveal Fidel Castro’s intent to purchase weapons from arms dealers with ties to right-wing German extremism.
Documents of one of the greatest 20th century writers were kept in safety deposit boxes out of the reach of the public and of researchers; court ruling brings five-year saga to end.
Millions of photographs and documents have been uploaded to a new website, offering users a free and fascinating insight into the history of German-speaking Jewry, with Albert Einstein the star attraction.
It took Alice Lehmann decades to dare to open the journals of her first love, Bernie Sapir, who was murdered in Auschwitz. Now the 88-year-old Jerusalemite has shared their tragic tale in a heartrending book.