'And then 60 million people died. An entire world was plunged into chaos,' the former president cautioned, 'So you’ve got to pay attention and vote'
Why denazification failed in communist East Germany – and how that fuels today's Holocaust-denying, anti-immigrant German far right, the Alternative for Germany
Thomas Walther, 73, is a gentile lawyer who's driven to pursue justice for the victims of the Shoah: 'There is no statute of limitations on murder,' he tells Haaretz
Ursula Haverbeck, 89, has said Jews were never exterminated in Auschwitz and called the Holocaust 'the biggest and most sustainable lie in history'
For a decade, an Israeli archaeologist and his Polish colleague have excavated at the Sobibor death camp, removing some 70,000 objects from the blood-soaked soil – including a pendant belonging to a girl born just after Anne Frank. Who was that girl?
The war actually continued for a week-and-a-half until the Germans actually surrendered
From anti-Semitic soccer fans to a Halloween costume and a train named after her, disparate headlines underscore interest in the famous Holocaust victim at a time of rising populism and anti-Semitism
Pissarro Painting, Seized by Vichy France During WWII, to Be Returned to Jewish Art Collector's Family
Court rules that Pissarro painting 'La Cueillette des Pois,' bought by an American couple from Christie's in 1995, must be given to the previous owner's descendants
The wax statue was a main attraction at the De Mata Trick Eye Museum in central Java, and visitors often took selfies with it
Myth-making efforts by the Ukraine to glorify the WWII role of one 'archetypal' Jew, Leiba Dubrovskii, is part of Kyiv's war on memory: its eager attempts to erase anti-Semitism, brutality and complicity with the Nazis from its wartime history