Row over whether the victims' bones should be retrieved from Danube River reveals larger debate over how the Jewish community should approach Orban's government
The Nazis looted millions of books from Jewish families during the Holocaust. German libraries’ online databases are helping put the situation right
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
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
Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities asked to stop the search, saying 'it breaches the peace and dignity of the dead'
Alain Soral, leading ideologue of France’s far right and known Holocaust denier, wrote that ‘the battle between the Jewish people and the rest of humanity should bear the character of total genocide’
Hapoel Tel Aviv says chants of 'Shoah for Maccabi' are a general expression of 'deep hatred'
18th-century 'Vase with Flowers' disappeared from a Florence museum during WWII. Family of Wehrmacht soldier says he did not personally remove it, but agree to return it given court order
The victims whose bones will now be searched for were among the thousands of Jews who were shot by Hungarians and thrown into the Danube between 1944 and 1945
Jakiw Palij, who may have been present when thousands of Jews were massacred, was deported to Germany last year after a legal battle that lasted over a decade
Amid the controversy surrounding the activist's support for pro-Palestinian causes, a group that educates Alabamians about the Holocaust asked the civil rights organization to reconsider the award
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
Former head of the Center for Jews from Arab and Islamic Countries Meir Kahlon, who survived the so-called Holocaust of Libyan Jews, never accepted how Israel shunted aside the history of Jews from Arab countries
Last year, some 65,000 Israelis visited the Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau, that institution said Friday, compared to 83,000 in 2017
The Centre for Islamic Understanding in Golders Green reportedly abandoned plan to honor Muslims who saved Jews during the Holocaust after some protesters marked the event’s links with Yad Vashem
Is it really such a great sin to take a more inclusive approach to studying the history of Nazi-occupied Poland?
New book seeks to undermine the narrative that Italy was 'outside the shadow of the Holocaust'
Opinion Warsaw Ghetto Museum Director: We'll Show Both the Tragic and Inspirational Sides of the Ghetto Experience
Despite various unsubstantiated claims, the Museum is independent, and will not be controlled by the Polish government. We will show complexity: That Poles aided Jews, and the cases of Polish culpability in the death of Jews
'Fox & Friends' was discussing Holocaust awareness in the U.S.
Opinion Poland's Ambassador to Israel: We Are the Only State in Europe to Properly Honor the Holocaust
Polish leaders consciously chose to commemorate the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto. Astonishingly, Israeli scholars call that 'suspicious,' 'politically prejudiced' and a 'historical distortion'
Resistance fighter Georges Loinger, honored in France and Germany, used creative misdirection in his rescue work
Ignorance about the Holocaust and revisionism appeared strongest among far-right and far-left voters, and people who said they follow a faith that is not Christianity
In his role as the Warsaw Ghetto Museum’s chief historian, Daniel Blatman distorts the history of the Holocaust and takes on the role of court historian
The memorial in West Macedonia was covered with black spray-paint , the local state-run news agency reported
Simcha (Kazik) Rotem, who died last week, spirited dozens of fighters out of the ghetto through its sewers, but years on wouldn't forgive those who fought with him, but were on different sides of the ideological barricades
Some 16,000 Jews were sent to be murdered in death camps from Pithiviers station and the neighboring camp of Beaune-la-Rolande
Opinion Why Is This Israeli Jewish Scholar a Willing Poster Boy for Poland's Brutal Distortion of the Holocaust?
Four of Poland's most prominent historians query Daniel Blatman's wild attack on Yad Vashem and accepting the Polish government's invitation to head the Warsaw Ghetto Museum - a pernicious project seeking to whitewash WWII history
Rotem served as liaison between bunkers and the Aryan side. After the revolt, he commanded a team that extracted fighters from the burning ghetto through the sewage system. 70 years after the uprising, he received an award from the president of Poland
The Norwegian resistance didn’t warn the Jews about their deportation to Auschwitz and smuggled Jews to Sweden for money, according to a journalist’s research
While the one-time payment of $2,800 does not replace what was lost, Paul Kester who left Germany at the age of 13, calls it a 'goodwill gesture'