by Karni Eldad
by Rivka Ronda Robinson
Marion Lazan’s imagination kept up her spirits during dark times in Hitler’s death camp.
by Ann Goldberg
Just before WWII, Britain rescued 10,000 Jewish children from Nazi Germany, Austria and Poland, including my mother and her two sisters.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Spanish diplomat Angel Sanz Briz saved 5,000 Jews. Spain now is trying to contact their descendants.
Pavel Peter Gojdic suffered mistreatment and humiliation for his outspoken defense of Jews during the Holocaust.
Born in the Radom ghetto and hidden in an orphanage, Dr. Charles Silver survived the Holocaust as a baby.
Trudy Naumann Dreyer was 7 when she and her family fled Germany in 1939. A German baron protected their property.
by Yad Vashem
One woman's experiences in the Warsaw Ghetto, Majdanek, Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen, where she got married in the camp's first Jewish wedding.
Eighty years later we discovered how my husband's grandmother survived the Holocaust.
by Menucha Chana Levin
With bravery and moral courage, a dock worker in Riga risked his life to save Latvian Jews.
Faye Schulman’s photographs are a rare glimpse into the life of Jewish partisan fighters during World War II.
by Malka and Leah Berger
After the Holocaust, I was an emaciated girl, spent physically, emotionally and mentally, facing a robust and cruel Russian soldier with no conscience. What chance did I have?
Lila Millen and her sister endured two years of terror and starvation in the Warsaw Ghetto, and were saved by a righteous gentile.
Judy Batalion’s new book documents Jewish women who fought Nazis during WWII.
by Eddie Jaku and Tedx, Sydney
Eddie Jaku shares his story and wisdom.
by Jack Sacco
Having participated in the liberation of Dachau during World War II, Joe Sacco inspired his son to write a book that bears witness to the atrocities he encountered.
A new memorial helped me learn about his deportation to the Lodz Ghetto 80 years ago.
Wladimir Riszko hid 16 Jews for two years during the Holocaust.
by Adam Ross
Every Jan. 18th, the anniversary of his darkest day, David ‘Dugo’ Leitner eats a falafel as a tribute to his mother’s love and that he’ll never go hungry again.
by Zvi Wiesenfeld
Yankel Wiesenfeld miraculously emerged from the Ukrainian hell with his life and faith intact.
by Reha Abraham Sokolow
My German birth certificate is a testament to life, humanity, and to the spirit and courage of my dear parents.
A London exhibit highlights little known stories of Jewish resistance during the Holocaust.
Esther Cohen, a survivor of Auschwitz, died at the age of 96. This is her story.
China’s Consul General in Vienna was the foreign diplomat who helped Austria's Jews during WWII.
by Susan (Hilsenrath) Warsinger and The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
A Holocaust survivor shares here terrifying memories of November 1938 pogroms in Germany.
by Michelle Halle, LCSW
Celebrating my grandson's bar mitzvah in the shadows of Kristallnacht.
How teenage violin prodigy Motele Schlein single-handedly destroyed a Nazi SS unit.
For 200 days Tibor Spitz and his family hid in a hole during the freezing winter to evade the Nazis.
Francesco Lotoro has dedicated his life to uncovering thousands of pieces composed in concentration camps.
Niv Ashkenazi's new album featuring instruments and music by composers that were affected by the Holocaust.
by Dr. Rafael Medoff
Liberating the concentration camp changed Rabbi Herschel Schacter's life.
by Israel Hayom and Rona Tausinger
Prof. Mehnaz Afridi, a Pakistani Muslim, has been the director of the Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education Center in New York for the past decade.
Benjamin Levin fought Nazis with Jewish partisans called The Avengers.
by Ellen Bachner Greenberg
My grandfather insisted on being buried in his Auschwitz uniform.
Live interviews and documentaries of survivors throughout the day, along with guest speakers and virtual trips for the whole family.
Truus Wijsmuller, an “ordinary” Dutch woman, ended up saving 10,000 Jews.
by David Muir Reports, ABC News
Few children were spared by the Nazis during the Holocaust. Some of these survivors share their memories of horror and stories of triumph.
Over poker games and whiskey, a group of idealistic men hatched a plan to rescue 1,200 Jews.
by Debbie Gutfreund
An anti-Semitic sergeant couldn’t stop a Holocaust survivor who heroically served in the US Army from getting his Medal of Honor.
Through his mother’s quick thinking, my uncle survived the Holocaust. But the older he got, the more reclusive he became.
by Eldad Beck and JNS.org
New documents shed light on the massive rescue effort of the Polish government-in-exile during World War II and unsung hero Ambassador Aleksander Ładoś.
Despite being fortunate enough to escape Germany, my mother did not escape unscathed.
Mindful of the pledge I made to our murdered relatives and friends, I know I've done far too little.
by Judy Gruen
Dr. Edith Eva Eger, a Holocaust survivor and trauma expert, channels her experience to help others learn to move past suffering.
The Shtemler brothers survived the Holocaust hiding in monasteries disguised as Christian children. The youngest of the three boys tells his incredible story.
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