Dearborn mayor stopped historical group from sending out latest issue of its publication and cut ties with the journalist who wrote piece
Holocaust Remembrance Day
The day of remembrance has been desecrated. For Corbyn, Sarsour and Netanyahu it's just political cover: have as many anti-Semitic and Holocaust-denying friends as you like and still pretend to venerate Holocaust Remembrance Day
Two men – one a diplomat from El Salvador, the other a Romanian-Jewish businessman – hatched a plan that kept many Jews out of Auschwitz, yet their story is only known today thanks to a Central American beauty pageant in the 1970s
Exploring not only what was, but what could have been
Considering the amount of original research that has been done in recent decades, is this number still considered accurate by scholars of the subject?
In International Holocaust Remembrance Day message, German chancellor says everyone is responsible to ensure 'zero tolerance' of xenophobia, hatred
Nearly half of respondents couldn't name a single Nazi concentration camp, but 85 percent said it's important to keep teaching about the Holocaust in schools
‘The Lucky Ones’ 80 Years On, Kindertransport Survivors Still Meet to Share Memories of Love and Loss
At their annual reunion, 10 Israeli Kinder reconnect over their wartime escape from the Nazis, but are unimpressed by a new onetime payment from the German government
The Nazi racial doctrine found a homeland in the fictional Lost Continent
Samuel Willenberg was one of only 67 prisoners to survive the Nazi death camp and later in life recreated those horrors with a series of remarkable bronze sculptures. His widow, Ada, hopes the artworks will eventually be exhibited at Treblinka, but for now they can be found in a very unlikely place
40 Years Ago, an American Miniseries Changed the Way Germans Thought About Their History. Now ‘Holocaust’ Is Being Shown There Again
'Holocaust,' the four-part series, burned itself into the consciences of many Germans at the time, helping bring about a shift in the country’s approach to its history
After Berlin was declared free of Jews in 1943, approximately 7,000 Jews continued to hide in the Nazi capital, often in plain sight. New film takes a look at their tales of survival
The Star of David associated today with Jews, the Holocaust and Israel has other cultural and religious underpinnings.
Holocaust Rescues: Countries and Communities That Prominently Resisted Nazi Efforts to Deport Their Jews
From Italy to Denmark to Albania, a look at those countries which helped rescue victims of the Holocaust
40 years ago a U.S. TV series, initially slammed as 'cheap' and 'kitsch,' forced West Germans to confront the Holocaust. Today, 40 percent of German high schoolers can't explain what happened in Auschwitz
With an openly gay man at the helm of the SA, homosexuals saw a period of relative tolerance before being persecuted in the Third Reich. Sex workers experienced the opposite process. Here's how the two are linked
Hilde Schramm, the daughter of Hitler's chief architect and Armaments Minister Albert Speer, came up with a plan to sell her father's paintings to fund Jewish women's creative projects in Germany
Museum curator fights back, saying a group of historians is misrepresenting how ‘Americans and the Holocaust’ exhibition portrays Franklin D. Roosevelt’s efforts to take in Jewish refugees in the 1930s and ’40s
And why it doesn't matter, according to historian Jonathan Lewy, a scholar of Nazi drug use
What it was like meeting Claude Lanzmann, the man who tried to understand the impossible
Tara Westover spent her childhood on an Idaho farm, being home-schooled by racist survivalist parents. How she escaped her abusive family, got a doctorate at Cambridge and learned that Jews are not the devil is the topic of her best-selling memoir 'Educated'
Rap star’s interview and tweets, including misquote of slave-rescuing abolitionist Harriet Tubman, cause outrage; leading black-Jewish writer tweets ‘This is like when white people say they would have fought in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising’
Distorted Memories of the Past: Only at 75, Israeli Man Discovers Who Really Saved Him From the Nazis
On the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day, Levie Kanes received an email: 'Are you the baby who was taken off a train in mid-journey that departed The Hague on April 23, 1943?'
The April 12 event is part of a series of subsidized activities overseen by Beit Shemesh's Deputy Mayor. ‘This isn’t an accident or a one-time event,' says one of the city's Zionist activists
Jewish-Italian musicologist Francesco Lotoro has spent the past 30 years uncovering some 8,000 musical works, composed largely in concentration camps and ghettos during World War II. An Israeli orchestra featuring 20 teenagers will premiere some of them in Jerusalem this Sunday
In Warsaw last July, Trump himself embraced the Polish government’s right-wing narrative
Opinion When Israel Ignorantly Blames the Holocaust on the Poles, It Boosts Their Illiberal Nationalists
Poland’s authoritarian curb on debating its complicity in the Holocaust is odious, but the Israeli backlash has been foolish - and smells of anti-Polish prejudice
Angry users call out vice president for ‘shameful’ and ‘tone-deaf’ tweet commemorating Jewish Holocaust victims. The Hebrew translation of the imagery and wording he chose, however, is quite common in Israel
Poland’s PM asks: Can one argue that the Poles, who were themselves murdered and tortured by the Nazis, were responsible for the murder of Jews?
Israeli Survivors Respond to Polish Legislation: 'No Law Can Wipe Out the Memory of the Holocaust for Us'
Israeli Shoah survivors are outraged by Polish move to outlaw any mention of the Polish nation's complicity with Nazi Germany. 'Poland was always a very anti-Semitic place,' charges one man