Thirty years in the making, the tower is expected to host international exhibitions on tolerance and human rights
Yad Vashem should stop dirtying its hands. It should focus on fulfilling its mandate, keep out of partisan politics, and keep away from politicians who use and abuse Holocaust memory
In his novel ‘The Memory Monster,’ Yishai Sarid imagines a Holocaust historian becoming dangerously immersed in his work. In an interview marking the book’s publication in English, the writer explains why it’s important to ask provocative questions about Shoah education
Professor David Engel insists events that occurred in different eras and different places aren’t necessarily connected
The noisy campaigns against young social media users role-playing and hashtagging the Holocaust are misplaced. From TikTok to Instagram to YouTube, a new, creative and necessary kind of testimony is emerging
Lithuanian Who Destroyed Memorial to Nazi War Criminal Receives Prison Sentence – and Flees the Country
Stanislav Tomas destroyed a plaque dedicated to Jonas Noreika, a known Nazi war criminal seen as a national hero by some Lithuanians for his fight against the Communist regime
Chair of Operations of the World Jewish Restitution Organizations said 'This is something to be dealt with... in cooperation with representatives of victims'
Study cites decline in Israel's basic research on Holocaust, linked to general devaluation of humanities studies
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
German researchers who have seen the newly released documents from the Vatican Archives say close associates of the pope claimed the Jews were exaggerating the magnitude of the slaughter
The new Anne Frank video diary on YouTube, which came out during the coronavirus pandemic, forces us to confront our treatment of human sufferings – like the one plaguing us today
The Holocaust was an impulsive rebellion by 'polytheistic instincts,' claimed Jewish American essayist and literary critic George Steiner, who passed away this month, aged 90. He also speculated about what might have happened if Hitler was captured by Israel
As a 5-year-old boy, I saw tanks for the first time in my life – not German or Soviet tanks, but Polish tanks driving through our street on their way to 'liberate' Tesin
To preserve its good name, credibility, and reputation, Yad Vashem has to tell the public the whole truth about what went on behind the scenes at the ceremony
Unusual clarification comes after Israel’s Yad Vashem memorial drew criticism for legitimizing Russia's WWII narrative
Stockholm is stepping up its efforts against anti-Semitism and hate crimes, as the foreign minister tries to mend relations with Israel
The Ukrainian-born Demjanjuk, who was convicted of involvement in the murder of 28,000 Jews at Sobibor, denied being there and was appealing the verdict when he died
The Holocaust was the single-most traumatic event for the Jewish people in the 20th century, but there is some disagreement over the exact date on which it started.
In comparison to the Holocaust, the mass murder of half a million of Europe's Roma and Sinti communities is unknown and unrecognized. That absence, and their continued persecution, pose questions we still struggle to answer
On the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II and the liberation of Auschwitz, world leaders descend on Jerusalem for a controversial Holocaust conference. Russia's Putin will be there, but Poland is staying away. LISTEN FREE
The Israel Museum is now showing works once owned by Hildebrand Gurlitt, a man who had Jewish roots and an unclear record on how he amassed his collection
All parties agree to amend existing law to include those who left before 1955 and their families, allowing them to keep dual citizenship
Centering around the story of a real Jewish heroine, the first ever Holocaust feature film was a revolutionary female-led experiment. 'They did everything automatically, as returning prisoners. It was frightening'
Nina Dinar, 93, has loved dogs since childhood and that saved her in a Nazi labor camp in Poland
When confronted on comment by a parent, William Latson doubled down, saying: 'You have your thoughts, but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs'
The Holocaust museum's position that nothing can be compared to the Holocaust, including Trump's border facilities to concentration camps, 'makes learning from the past almost impossible,' open letter says