Photographer Danny Goshen bought 64 negatives containing portraits of young men and women. Now he’s looking for their relatives. Several have already been located. Do you recognize anyone?
Holocaust survivor Shmuel Feldman railed against the left-wing establishment that he said shelled the arms ship for political reasons
Werner's archive contains about a half-million negatives, and his photographs have appeared in exhibitions, books and newspapers in Israel and around the world
Heinz-Christian Strache, whose party has controversial Nazi roots, has in the past defended the image, which portrays 'the bankers' as a man with Star of David buttons
Yirmiyahu Yovel was a prolific philosopher, an Israel Prize laureate and one of the founders of public TV in Israel
Heinz-Christian Strache, whose party has controversial Nazi roots, defended the image, which portrays 'the bankers' as a man with Star of David buttons, for years and as recently as last month
The 14-year-old girl, who was murdered two weeks ago, was found Wednesday; police say there is no evidence the teen's religion played a role in the crime
Survivors are appealing a decision not to recognize connection between Nazi incitement and the 1941 pogrom that killed 179
Dr. David Makin is believed to have saved tens of thousands of bats in Israel through a campaign to stop exterminating them by tossing poison into caves, which the Agriculture Ministry did until the 1980s
The photo caption originally said that 'German and Polish police' guarded Lodz Ghetto. Yad Vashem: 'We wanted to be precise'
Polish diplomats serving in the Swiss capital ran an underground factory making fake passports for Latin American countries, including Paraguay
Generations of diplomats, intelligence personnel learned from the writings of the British-American historian, who warned of a 'clash of civilizations' between Islam and the West, a term he coined
She survived the Holocaust, lived on a kibbutz, helped to produce ‘The Godfather,’ and finally found satisfaction as a follower of the guru Osho. Her role in the hit Netflix documentary is merely a cameo, but Françoise Ruddy lived a life worthy of its own miniseries
Ancient Greeks and Romans were notorious for their elaborate curses but a metal tablet with a hex in Aramaic is the first evidence that the Jews indulged too, Israeli researchers say.
Dirty jokes and mentions of sex, prostitution and contraception were recently deciphered in two pages of Anne Frank’s diary
A new bill that would give Israeli rabbinical courts some jurisdiction over Diaspora Jews brings to mind a 50-year-old story from the Haaretz archives
The new act requires dozens of European countries to report on steps they've taken to compensate Holocaust survivors who lost property to the Nazi
'An apology will not rewrite this shameful chapter of our history,' Trudeau says in speech
Pvt. Livka Shefer fought during the War of Independence and was executed by the Egyptians. Her body was mutilated and buried in an Arab city, and in 1949 was mistakenly identified as a kibbutz member and buried there
Against background of Catalan movement, Spanish nationalists wage information war