Turkey's ultranationalist genocide deniers, led by President Erdogan, must be applauding the shameful revisionism of academics like Benny Morris, while they continue to threaten Armenian lives today
'Nearly everyone was exterminated,' Joseph Zalman Kleinman told of conditions in Auschwitz, where he was taken at the age of 14
Families say Beata Szydlo's government had a policy of exclusion, making her nomination inappropriate
Decades before the U.S. president formally recognized the horrors of 1915, Israel's Foreign Ministry sought to foil an academic conference on the subject, fearing reprisal from Turkey. 'We continue to act to reduce and diminish the Armenian issue to the extent of our ability by every possible means'
Excluding Jesus and other biblical figures, Wiesel will be the first Jewish figure to be so honored
The historical memory of regimes that used to sic dogs against the weak and the helpless is apparently not a deterrent for Israeli police
The Public Prosecutor’s Office in Germany dropped all charges last month against Friedrich Karl Berger, who was deported in February
Biden is preparing to recognize the Armenian genocide. So why is Israel, founded in the wake of genocide, holding out? How far does Israel's decision really rest on the state of relations with Ankara and Erdogan?
Ten women risked their lives to keep each other safe from Nazi ‘selections,’ endured three concentration camps together and held each other up during death marches. Writer Michal Govrin only discovered this amazing story after her mother died. It was thanks to them that she survived the Holocaust
Agnieszka Traczewska has devoted the past few years to photographing ultra-Orthodox communities worldwide. In an interview, the Polish artist describes working in a world closed to outsiders and women
While some Holocaust survivors in Israel are entitled to 10,000 shekels a month, the majority have to get by with a fraction of that
During the longest and most complex sortie executed by the Nazis in the skies of pre-state Israel, the German Junkers plane photographed Tel Aviv, the Jordan Valley, Tiberias and an airport near Amman
On the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day, far right leader Bezalel Smotrich threatened Palestinian citizens of Israel with ethnic cleansing. Calling him a Nazi is too easy a way out of the real, pressing problem his camp poses for Israel and Judaism
Archival documents reveal the story of a Jewish child who was forced to behave like a dog in Auschwitz, at the order of the camp's notorious doctor. A contemporary researcher is determined to discover what became of that boy
For Netanyahu, the day commemorating the Holocaust is just another opportunity for a self-serving political tirade
Did the king of Denmark really wear a yellow star? Did the atom bombs get Japan to surrender? We have the answers
Public buses and cars stopped on the streets and highways, and pedestrians stood in place in memory of the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust
My Zayde told us about his childhood in Kazimierz, and about burying half-alive bodies in Buchenwald. What it means to be the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor, and to lose them
Jewish groups issue sharp rebukes after Bezalel Smotrich says that Arabs who do not recognize Jewish rule over Israel 'will not remain here'
President Rivlin honors survivors who lost their lives to COVID-19 at the ceremony marking the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day at Yad Vashem
Admired Holocaust historian Annette Wieviorka's visit to China in the 1970s turned her world upside down. 'We saw trucks carrying people with shaved heads, bent over, eyes downcast'
These German Christians came to Israel to help Holocaust survivors and chose to stay during the pandemic, forging new connections and engaging with living history
Albert Pierrepoint, whose task included executing the 'Beast of Belsen' and the 'blonde who beat inmates to death,' wrote after the Holocaust that the death penalty solves nothing
Considering the amount of original research that has been done in recent decades, is this number still considered accurate by scholars of the subject?
Exploring not only what was, but what could have been
Top Official in Nazi Secret Police Evaded Trial by Working for U.S., German Intel, Declassified Docs Show
Documents released as part new documentary reveal the CIA and West German intelligence services shielded former head of Gestapo in Vienna, despite his involvement in crimes against humanity during the Holocaust
Holocaust survivor Eva Livne surprised her family with a heartbreaking diary she wrote starting in the concentration camp and ending in a Kibbutz: I survived. I went through hell
American writer Menachem Kaiser never thought his journey would lead him into one of the most impressive engineering enterprises launched during the war by the Nazi regime - and introduce him to a special relative