Jewish-Italian musicologist Francesco Lotoro has spent the past 30 years uncovering some 8,000 musical works, composed largely in concentration camps and ghettoes during World War II. Now an Israeli orchestra featuring 20 teenagers will premiere some of them in Jerusalem
The group violated its principles and did nothing to help the Jews during the Nazi occupation. New research brought Dutch Red Cross leaders to Israel this week to apologize
'The further we get away from the events, I think there’s the greater possibility of Holocaust revisionism,' one survivor says
The survivors forgot nothing of what they went through. What was done to them. And by whom. They've told their stories. It doesn't go away.
Mateusz Morawiecki releases clarification following uproar, says 'each crime must be judged individually'
New team headed by deputy finance minister to begin work in coming weeks, will seek out survivors in other ways besides sending letters
The great majority of these survivors live in France today, with some 3,900 of them living in Israel. Those eligible will receive a one-time payment of 2,556 euros
Bennett will meet with Polish officials in meetings not coordinated with the Foreign Ministry
Author Ruta Vanagaite was the toast of Vilnius – until she wrote a book about her country’s involvement in the Nazi killing machine and cast doubts on a national hero. Now she says she’s scared to leave her own home without pepper spray
The law that would prohibit any mention of Polish complicity during World War II is wrong. But it is also a stark reminder that Jews no longer have exclusivity over the Holocaust’s narrative