The Al Pacino thriller about a group of Nazi hunters in 1970s New York is as subtle as a Catskills comedian, but these are not subtle times we are living in
For the first time since 2003, the Lukov March – which honors a Nazi collaborator – did not take place in Sofia, Bulgaria last weekend. But that doesn’t mean far-right groups didn’t mark the occasion
The Israeli Embassy in Madrid blasted the display, which the float's creators said was a protest against the rising cost of living
Following hookah bar shooting, Chancellor Angela Merkel denounced the 'poison' of racism and hatred in Germany
Institute for Contemporary History to research first festival’s director past following newspaper report linking him to Nazi government
Enough of the Brezhnev-era Soviet propaganda. Enough of the perverse, deceitful, intellectually dishonest attempts to blame Poland for WW2, and the Polish resistance for not halting the Holocaust
A German historian says Hitler was making hateful comments about Jews before World War I, suggesting that his anti-Semitic epiphany occurred years earlier than previously thought
Der Stürmer pounced on one of Ze’ev Jabotinsky's lines, took it out of context and used it to ‘prove’ that the Jews were set on war
Scholars say no, despite testimonies from Holocaust survivors
A witness to the deportation of Libya's Jews, who lost much of his family in the bombing of a Tunis suburb in 1943, recounts the history of that now-defunct community, victims in their own way of the Final Solution
Donald Trump is not Hitler, but his words and actions encourage and embolden those who yearn for an Adolf of their own
Newspaper says Alfred Bauer held senior post in film directorate set up by Goebbels
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
Thirty-seven percent of all respondents said it was time to cease the browbeating, representing a steady rise from 26 percent in 2018 to 33 percent in 2019
The experiments to which Yehudit and Lea Csengeri were subjected to by Dr. Josef Mengele have made them afraid of doctors to this day
Helmuth James von Moltke co-founded a resistance group called the Kreisau Circle, and was executed for treason in 1945. His son reflects on his father’s quiet heroism
Considering the amount of original research that has been done in recent decades, is this number still considered accurate by scholars of the subject?
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
Palo Shelah, protected only by his 11-year-old brother, experienced the final months when the mass murder at the camp turned into a different kind of chaos
Most adults also don't know Hitler came to power through democratic process, and only about a third of teens do, survey also shows
‘I beg you very much to help me if possible to emigrate very soon’: The wrenching appeals of Jewish scholars under Nazi rule – and how the American academy’s anti-Semitism, sexism and apathy condemned them to death
Lorch, a unique voice in Israeli academia, criticized rote learning and once referred to pedagogical methods in science education as 'a song of praise to violence'
Years after he died while his conviction was under appeal, pictures may provide final proof that Dejmanjuk was a guard at the Sobibor death camp
Opinion My Encounters With Rafael Lemkin, the Penniless, Persistent Hero Who Coined the Term 'Genocide'
Rafael Lemkin was often considered a shabby, dogged nuisance when I met him at the UN in the 1950s. He'd lost 49 family members in the Holocaust; only seven mourners attended his own funeral. But his moral and legal clarity gave the world a new way of defining - if not deterring - mass murder
'They were standing there, all of them in (prisoner) uniforms, only eyes,' the 96-year-old Russian Jew recalls
The museum in Amsterdam is a former religious seminary that was used to smuggle hundreds of Jewish children to safety
Almost 80 years on, 10 minutes of footage taken in the Warsaw Ghetto by a young, non-Jewish Pole can be seen for the first time, in a new documentary. Its director, Eric Bednarski, laments the fact that many people still don’t know about the Holocaust
Sacha Baron Cohen was nominated for his leading role as Israeli Eli Cohen in the mini-series 'The Spy'