Israeli Ambassador Noah Gal Gendler praises Albania’s example of protecting the Jewish community during the war, during which no Jews were handed over to the Nazis
Opinion Exposing Jordan Peterson’s Barrage of Revisionist Falsehoods About Hitler, the Holocaust and Nazism
Jordan Peterson, YouTube psychology guru and right-wing cult figure, talks a lot about Hitler, WWII and Nazism – in lectures riddled with alarming errors, spurious analogies and a strange reluctance to use the word 'Holocaust.' This is why his constant misinformation matters
Chair of Operations of the World Jewish Restitution Organizations said 'This is something to be dealt with... in cooperation with representatives of victims'
The renowned political scientist and Holocaust survivor was a thorn in the side of the far right in both Israel and France, right up to his death. ‘He stepped on a lot of intellectuals’ toes,’ recounts one friend
A massive embezzlement scheme ran undetected at the organization, which distributes hundreds of millions of dollars a year in restitution payments to Holocaust survivors, between 2000 and 2009
This Writer Brought a Polish War Hero to the World’s Attention – So Why Are Some Poles Still Pissed at Him?
Jack Fairweather spent five years working on his book ‘The Volunteer,’ about a Polish resistance fighter who infiltrated and also broke out of the Nazi death camp. He tells Haaretz what its hero, Witold Pilecki, can teach us today in our own time of disunity and distrust
Aristides de Sousa Mendes saved the lives of an estimated 10,000 Jews in World War II, and his efforts have finally been recognized by the Portuguese government. This is his story, first published by Haaretz in August 2013
The well-intentioned determination of German politicians and academics to take exclusive responsibility for the Nazi genocide is now aiding other perpetrators to whitewash their participation
Shalev gave no reason for his departure, but it comes as the Israeli Holocaust memorial faces a financial crisis and damage to its reputation over historical inaccuracies
New regulations include disinfection at the entrance to the museum and new tour route to minimize visitors coming into contact with one another
Jewish campaigners called the move a 'momentous judgement'
Study cites decline in Israel's basic research on Holocaust, linked to general devaluation of humanities studies
One police officer executed an infant before his mother’s eyes, others raped and murdered a young woman in their car. A groundbreaking study portrays for the first time the Polish police's involvement in the Nazis’ annihilation project. Historian Jan Grabowski is at it again
Carry Ulreich and her observant, Zionist family were successfully hidden by a Catholic family in Rotterdam, with the teenage girl offering a remarkably unfazed account of those traumatic years. Her diary has been recently translated from Dutch
The coronavirus chaos erupted just when her new book, about her family's part in a notable but unknown Holocaust story came out. But top French TV star and journalist Anne Sinclair is no stranger to tackling setbacks
The new gate was developed especially for the Auschwitz memorial site ahead of its expected reopening: 'We're the first museum in the world to apply this innovative solution'
Renowned scholar and curator Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, a recipient of this year's Dan David Prize, talks about the pandemic, the problems of launching shows about the Jewish state – and bagels
The senior interrogator moved to Germany, the deputy commander was murdered by terrorists. The story of Bureau 06 of the Israel Police, which undertook the monumental task of interrogating Adolf Eichmann and collecting evidence against him
In Germany, Israel and the Jews are fought over with a crudely absolutist, hysterical intensity. Caricatured, exploited, courted and vilified by left and right, normality sounds to me like a distant promise
Thousands commemorate victims of the Ustasa regime while a Catholic Mass honored them: 'My two grandfathers, their brothers and my grandmother were all killed by these fascists who have been honored today'
One survived Auschwitz, a death march and starvation. The other endured cold and hunger in a Siberian labor camp, then nearly died in a pogrom back in Poland. They both ended up in New York but were unable to say goodbye
The legislation allocates $10 million over five years to Holocaust education in the U.S. and provides for a centralized curriculum database
This weekend, Sarajevo Cathedral will host a Mass honoring murderous and fiercely anti-Semitic WWII fascists. It’s the latest spike in a long-term project of historical revisionism by Bosnian Croat leaders, Croatia and the Catholic Church
Genocide or guns? How the National Rifle Association evolved from an organization that cooperated with government into a lobby that sanctifies gun ownership and lauds Trump, explained by author of new book 'The NRA: The Unauthorized History,' Frank Smyth
Michael Goldmann-Gilead was a member of the special interrogation team following Eichmann's capture in Argentina and was one of the witnesses on behalf of the Israeli police when he was hanged
75 years after the Allied victory over fascism, hardline nationalists and Putin’s WWII propaganda war are sparking the ominous discrediting and decline of anti-fascism in Europe
When saying ‘Never again’ is the only way Israel engages with the past, it can be used to justify undemocratic, militaristic rule over the Palestinians - and now, annexation
President of the Central Council of Jews in Germany says he is 'certainly not' convinced Germans understand lessons of WWII ahead of anniversary of war's end
Only political education can fight the willingness to kill and be killed without asking questions. Israeli children won’t get it from the education minister Rabbi Rafi Peretz