Historian Jan Grabowski, of the University of Ottawa in Canada, brings lawsuit against the Polish League Against Defamation, an organization allied with Poland's conservative ruling party
Heiko Maas calls for changing the 'culture of remembrance' ■ Polish embassy in Germany says Berlin discussion of WWII too narrow, Polish victims 'completely forgotten'
A look at the Jewish heroes of 'the war to end all wars'
Leslie Brent and Lord Alf Dubs among those urging government to take in more migrant children, like the 10,000 mainly young Jews who were saved from Nazi Germany between 1938 and 1940
'I was too frightened to protest,' the 94-year-old defendant claims during his trial in response to accusations he was accessory to the murder of hundreds
Belgian Arthur Langerman has spent decades accumulating one of the world’s largest collections of anti-Semitic posters, postcards and illustrations. But he was shocked by the response when he tried to find a home for it in Israel
WATCH Trudeau's anti-BDS Message During Apology for Turning Away Jews During WWII Continues to Make Waves
Justin Trudeau apologized last week for the Canadian government's failure in 1939 to admit a ship carrying 907 German Jews fleeing Nazi persecution - and took a swipe at BDS
A myth linking Armistice and Kristallnacht - one that began with falsifying the war record of the 100,000 German Jews who fought for the Fatherland during World War I – still exists today
The saga of the ship of Jews fleeing Nazi Europe in 1939, which was turned away and sent back by Cuba and the U.S., is a cautionary tale about refugees – and a reminder that history doesn’t forget countries with immoral policies and cynical interests
Organizers played a song by the rapper Ismo, titled 'Free Palestine,' celebrating the actions of a female suicide bomber