by Leonard Hurley
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Yad Vashem
The fate of the two-year-old daughter of Dov and Tziprah Cohen from Lithuania is traced through a surviving artifact – her shoe.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
A little-known network of internment camps operated in Scotland during World War II.
by Sam Halpern
A survivor's gives his personal answer to this often-asked question.
by The Holocaust Resource Center of Buffalo
On November 9, 1938 hundreds of synagogues were destroyed, 91 Jews were murdered, 30,000 Jews were sent to concentration camps and 7,000 Jewish businesses were ruined.
by Israel Hayom and Tal Ariel Amir
Sixty years after Eichmann's capture, the evidence used against him is revealed.
With the help of the US Army, Jewish Holocaust survivors printed copies of the Talmud.
by Bonnie M. Harris, Ph.D.
Historical fallacies about this story are currently circulating. It's important to set the record straight.
by Irwin Cotler
With the global resurgence of anti-Semitic incitement, violence and terror, these are the crucial lessons we must take to heart.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Does indifference to evil make you complicit?
by Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
Crucial lessons for humanity to remember always.
While the Holocaust was “uniquely unique,” there are important universal lessons to be acted upon.
by Bluma Gordon
Are Sephardic and Mideastern Holocaust victims being forgotten?
by Rivka Ronda Robinson
New technology unearths old Jewish secrets.
Shocked by the horrific manner U.S. troops were treating survivors, two Jewish American soldiers took matters in their own hands.
by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Two thought provoking videos on faith after the Holocaust.
Echoes of the April 1, 1933 boycott continue to linger today.
by Menucha Chana Levin
Remembrance, reconciliation and fighting anti-Semitism.
The ship set sail with over 900 Jewish refugees and was rebuffed by the United States and Canada.
by Rabbi Berel Wein
Converting the fires of Kristallnacht into the fire of Judaism and Jewish life.
Understanding the root of the world's longest hatred.
by Laura F. Deutsch
The Polenaktion was a precursor to sudden arrests, roundups, deportations, violence, seizure of property and countries making clear Jews were not welcome.
by Time Magazine
The 94-year-old former SS guard was prosecuted more than 70 years after the Holocaust. Irene Weiss, an Auschwitz survivor, explains why she testified against him.
by Chad Smith
A new book delves into the lives of the sons and daughters of the Third Reich’s most notorious henchmen.
by Dr. Rafael Medoff
In a direct and sharp rebuke, the Klausenberger Rebbe said the Americans and England shared in the guilt along with Hitler.
Father Desbois is on a mission to expose the Holocaust’s hidden crimes.
Jewish slave laborers were worked to death in Alderney, a small Channel Island.
by Joe Spier
In July, 1942, over 13,000 Jews, including 4,000 children, were arrested and placed in hellish conditions in the Paris Velodrome to be delivered to the Nazi killing machine.
The de-Judaization of the Holocaust renders it devoid of its major message.
by David Harris
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day
by Orly Eleonore Fuerst
At what age is it appropriate to start teaching young children about the Holocaust?
by Deborah Fineblum and JNS.org
Elizabeth Luz sent back and forth over 1,000 letters between hidden children and their parents during the Holocaust.
by Jeff Jacoby
Eventually, everything is forgotten. Even the worst crime in history.
A moving sculpture memorializes Jews who were murdered in broad daylight along the river.
Making it a crime to imply any Polish culpability for Nazi crimes denies the historical record.
by Ivan Koop Kuper
Did Lyndon B. Johnson secretly rescue hundreds of Jews on the eve of the Holocaust?
by Rabbi Avi Shafran
The extermination of the Jews was not a means to any end; it was an end in itself.
by Marnie Winston-Macauley
A brief primer on the historic War Crime Trials.
by JNS.org and Dr. Rafael Medoff
One possible answer to Pope Francis’s question.
Justice is not being served.
by Derek Niemann
Three years ago I discovered that my grandfather was a member of the SS and arrested for crimes against humanity.
by Prime Minister Menachem Begin
In May 1981, a group of young American Jewish leaders asked Prime Minister Begin what he thought were the lessons of the Holocaust. This was his answer.
There is a recent trend to trivialize and mock the Holocaust through art. What’s behind these shocking depictions?
As the last generation to know Holocaust survivors, the theft reminds us of our responsibility to preserve their memories.
by Michael Ignatieff
One country saved its Jews. Were they just better people?
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