Krzysztof Gutkowski's story is becoming increasingly common, but could it trigger a new wave of anti-Semitism in Poland?
Kertesz won the 2002 Nobel Literature Prize for works the judges said portrayed the Nazi death camps as "the ultimate truth" about how low human beings could fall.
Born in Haifa in 1940, Auerbach’s best-known images were of pioneers, new immigrants and Holocaust survivors.
Wallenberg was captured by Soviet forces in 1945 after saving thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Nazis. He would have been 104 years old this year.
Law apparently forbids payment to survivors also getting help from second country.
Under his leadership, Intel processors came to be used in more than 80 percent of world's computers; in his youth, he survived Nazi occupation of Hungary by living under a fake name, and escaped Soviet regime in 1956.
If anti-Israel activists engage in ugly outbursts in response to the mere presence of opposing voices, that is their responsibility,
Roz Rothstein, founder of the influential nonprofit StandWithUs, addresses criticism of the organization's tactics and tells Haaretz, 'We don't take a position… We inform.'
Over coffee and bagels, older, wealthier Floridians debate whether the candidate's comments are truth or racist rhetoric.
Israel Kristal was born on September 15, 1903 and survived two months at Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1944.