A new documentary charts the remarkable story of 250 Jewish escapees who successfully fled from a camp in Nowogródek. Haaretz meets the director and some of the survivors.
Afula attorney Abraham Amir, who grew up in a shack near Haifa Bay warehouses, makes his history online.
In 1933, the Schiff family embarked on a car journey from Hamburg to Haifa, and their father’s crazy idea saved them from the Nazis. Curt Schiff, now in his 90s, recalls the drive of a lifetime.
His name isn’t even mentioned, but the life’s work of the late Israeli artist Shmuel Ashkenazi shines through in a new Eretz Israel Museum show.
Andreas Lubitz's ex-girlfriend say he was in psychiatric treatment and was planning a spectacular gesture, according to report in German daily Bild.
At the end of a Kafkaesque bureaucratic and legal struggle, Israel recently acknowledged that Joe Wolf was born on April 18, not April 28, as his ID card says.
Torn-up medical notes, including a work exemption for the day of the fatal crash, discovered in the Dusseldorf apartment of Andreas Lubitz, who crashed into the French Alps last week.
‘I’m bringing you back the family rimonim,’ Austrian Jew informed her father after finding the heirloom in an Israeli auction house.
‘The Cabaret of Death,’ screening at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art as part of the Epos International Art Film Festival, tells of heroes – and an accused collaborator.
On the eve of World War II, 4,000 works of art were secretly taken from walls of The Louvre and hidden away in various locales around France. A new documentary tells the story of an extraordinary rescue mission.