The 14-page document is one of those drawn up by the German industrialist to save more than 1,200 Jews from the deportation, whose story inspired the 1993 Steven Spielberg’s film.
For all those who are ready to bury their heads in the sand for the next four years, perhaps a better plan of action is to bury your noses in a good read.
In 'Where Memory Leads,' eminent scholar Saul Friedlander grapples with his own issues of identity and belonging, but never finds psychological liberation.
The funds would be made available to Jewish individuals and organizations for property taxes that authorities demanded from Jewish residents during the war.
Yad Vashem's director of libraries Robert Rozett says he has dispatched a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos offering his assistance to 'curb the spread of hatred.'
Hong Kong Police Face Israeli, German Backlash After Comparing Local Cops to Jews Persecuted by Nazis
An officer made the ill-advised Holocaust comparison at a mass protest held after seven officers were sentenced to two years in prison for assaulting an activist in 2014.
Historian Gideon Greif has dedicated his life to clearing the name of Auschwitz's Sonderkommando and exposing the 'pure Jewish heroism' of their revolt.
Polish leaders warned citizens against helping Nazi crimes, says Prof. Grzegorz Berendt, a historian at Poland’s Institute of National Remembrance, in reply to Ofer Aderet's article about Poles who 'hunted' Jews during the Holocaust.
Judging books for this year's JQ/Wingate Prize on 1930s European fascism, the fate of refugees refused asylum and mass warfare and its aftermath, it was clear how history refuses to stay neatly in the past.
Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa makes a powerful point in 'Austerlitz': It's easy to forget to engage with the place you're visiting – even if it's the site of one of history's most horrid tragedies.