Four houses that were part of a grand dream to fortify German Jewry but were seized by the Nazis, are at the center of a dispute that is sparking high drama in a German village
A new biography sheds light on the motivations of the man who nearly assassinated the Fuehrer
Prosecutor's office says exhuming victims killed when 300 of the 340 Jews were burned alive by neighbors would not provide any new evidence
Irving taking deposits for 9-day, $3,650 trip ■ Promotion materials call camps 'controversial' and describe him as a Hitler expert
'The CRIF dinner is soon and you don’t want to lose your petites fours,' Taha Bouhafs tweeted, referencing the pastries whose name means 'little ovens'
The SS Erinpura was bombed by the Germans off the Libyan coast, killing 943 British soldiers and sailors, 140 of whom were Jewish volunteers from pre-state Israel
The right-wing weekly was spotted at the lower house of parliament
An assignment for a writing class brought Ira Fuchs to a newspaper article about a tunnel from a Nazi killing pit in Vilna — and inspired his new off-Broadway play about the Jewish prisoners who secretly dug it
Nothing about this Berlin building so much as hints at what happened here in 1941. Investigating the fate of its occupants, the author, who now lives in the building, unearthed the tragic story of one Jewish family
Elemer Spiegler was forced into mandatory labor by the Nazi-allied regime in Budapest before being sent to the Mathausen concentration camp
Pius XII has been criticized for apparently doing little to stop Nazi crimes, but researchers hope archives being opened next year confirm or disprove indirect attempts to help Jews and condemn Germany
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A Holocaust survivor recalls life in the war
Some Jews have accused Pius, who reigned from 1939 to 1958, of turning a blind eye to the Holocaust during World War Two by not speaking out forcefully ■ The archives will open on March 2, 2020
In Ukraine, drones are helping to locate Jewish cemeteries; in Poland, a barcode will be linked to every graveyard. New tools are saving valuable historical information from oblivion
Wristwatch and compass that allegedly helped him escape the Russians in 1945 were part of the collection; Swedish ‘passport’ signed by fellow Righteous Among the Nations, Raoul Wallenberg, was also up for sale
When Israel’s government and major Jewish groups cosy up to the global far right, it is a fundamental betrayal of Jewish history, Zionism and the Jewish values we believe in
A vast majority of Poles and others remain haters of the Jewish people, but some Israeli politicians, diplomats and Holocaust researchers are foolishly saying they’re shocked by this ‘generalization’
Israelis are demanding that Poland acknowledge that the Polish nation colluded with the Nazis in the murder of the Jews. This will never happen because it simply isn’t true
Mateusz Morawiecki, who canceled his trip to the Visegrad Summit in Jerusalem over remarks on Polish anti-Semitism by Israel's acting foreign minister, says 'we should not allow some radicals to rewrite history'
Only the milk of certain Israeli Jewish mothers is missing, that essential vitamin without which a proud race cannot arise. Theirs is low-nationalism milk
When two-thirds of American millennials say they don’t know what Auschwitz is, it’s time for a remake of ‘Holocaust’
Jewish leaders say Yisrael Katz's remark, which led to the scuttling of the V-4 summit in Israel, slights thousands of Poles who helped Jews
Poland pulls out after interim Foreign Minister said Poles 'suckled anti-Semitism with their mothers' milk' ■ Hungarian, Czech and Slovak leaders will arrive to meet Netanyahu
Decision comes after interim Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz said Poles 'suckled anti-Semitism with their mothers' milk'
Polish PM waiting for Israeli response after interim Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz said Poles 'suckled anti-Semitism with their mothers' milk'
Poland, Hungary and Lithuania have all been laundered by the Prime Minister of History. But what Netanyahu has done goes much further than realpolitik and is ultimately unsustainable
Prime ministers from Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia will meet in conference hosted by Israel, which hopes to use intra-European conflict to gain leverage ■ Poland mulls pulling out over Israeli FM's comments
Hundreds of recipients used life-saving forgeries made by a group of six Poles in Switzerland to escape genocide in Nazi-occupied Europe
A string of mishaps and drama reveal the prime minister's true gift of political ambiguity
The latest diplomatic crisis with Warsaw shows that the controversial Israeli-Polish declaration about the law resolved nothing