Al Mansfeld was a pioneer of modern Israeli architecture; thousands of his plans, drawings, photographs and sketches must be returned to Israel within six months according to new mediation agreement.
'Everyone died, everyone, except for me,' says David Stoliar, 89, of the refugee ship Struma's torpedoing in the Black Sea in 1942. On the 70th anniversary of World War II's worst civilian maritime disaster, he recounts the harrowing experience.
National Library of Israel publishes letter along with correspondence with famous authors, Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud to mark 70th anniversary of Zweig's death.
Meticulous restoration work in the studio-home of the late Marcel Janco in Ein Hod has revealed bold, beautiful and forgotten frescoes.
As one family mourns the passing of 19-year-old Amansh Yazatsu, estimates reveal that nearly 20 other hit-and-run victims were left to die by their killers this year.
Cornelius Nestler, who represented the families of Demjanjuk victims, says: If these kind of cases are not prosecuted in the next two to four years, they will never happen.
At the age of 7, in 1943, Krystyna Chiger descended with her family into the sewers of Lvov to escape the Germans, battling hunger, death and disease. Her story has now come to the silver screen, but has ruffled some feathers.
In first of three letters written by Albert Einstein, the father of relativity tells ‘Friends of the Truth’ it was right not to accept Jews into the organization because it would weaken their position.
A new project will film eight Israeli teenagers setting out on the routes the Bericha movement used to spirit Jews out of post-Holocaust Europe.
Jewish Voice from Germany, published by former Israeli, marks renaissance of long-dormant culture.