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
Rabbi Dawid Alter Kurzmann now has a plaque to commemorate his accompanying of the orphans under his care to their deaths during the Holocaust
Correspondence, published for the first time in a new book of complete writings, sheds additional light on the life of the young diarist whose life was cut short by the Nazis
‘National security and a lack of resources’ is the official explanation for curtailing information about death of Israeli journalist accused of collaboration with the Nazis – but a Holocaust historian is petitioning the High Court to open the archives
Opinion Poland's Militant Nationalists Are Targeting Holocaust Scholars, With Help From an Israeli Historian
Nationalist Poland's 'official history' of the Holocaust is based on the myth of Polish national innocence - and the state and its proxies have mobilized a brutal, relentless attack on independent scholars who challenge their lies
Novelist Raphaela Edelbauer has been exploring the history of the camp at a former gypsum mine. It reflects a culture of denial
Leading scholars identify the key trends shaping the field’s future in an age of Holocaust deniers and revisionists — while a Shoah sage offers invaluable advice to students to the next generation
Even in the Nazi camps, homophobia 'helped' inmates distance themselves from those considered 'other.' Even today, Jewish gay and lesbian victims are still erased from how we talk about the Holocaust
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.
Holocaust Rescues: Countries and Communities That Prominently Resisted Nazi Efforts to Deport Their Jews
From Italy to Denmark to Albania, a look at those countries which helped rescue victims of the Holocaust
In the age of Donald Trump, American Jews increasingly identify with persecuted minorities – while Israelis see them as a threat
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
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
Report initiated after request by Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff concludes that 1,408 Finns volunteered in the Nazi division and took part in massacres of 10,000 people
American Silvia Foti grew up on stories about Jonas Noreika’s anti-Communist exploits. Then she learned he called the shots in cities where 14,500 Jews were murdered
In her new research, historian Havi Dreifuss plays down some old myths and uncovers the gallantry of everyday Jews who suffered the Nazis’ barbarism
The Elie Wiesel Institute for Holocaust Study says the move could affect 'the memory of tens of thousands of Jewish and Roma victims'
Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities asked to stop the search, saying 'it breaches the peace and dignity of the dead'
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
Is it really such a great sin to take a more inclusive approach to studying the history of Nazi-occupied Poland?
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 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