A ceremony in D.C. paid respect to the Japanese diplomat who saved my mother’s life
The answer defines moral views of resistance and martyrdom, and says more about the version of history being told than it does about Wittenberg himself
‘The Deputy,’ staged in West Berlin in 1963, was the first German drama to take on the horrors of the Holocaust and Pope Pius XII’s moral failures in World War II
What’s the right way to remember both victims and perpetrators of great crimes?
In response, the Brazilian Jewish Federation is helping to hone the school’s curriculum
Yisrael Meir Lau, who was liberated from Buchenwald when he was 8, has called for action
Does it matter if a country consciously lies about its past? An excerpt from the new book, ‘The End of Europe.’
An Israeli filmmaker works to revive the neglected, terrible history of Shoah victims in the Soviet Union
With millions of dollars earmarked for their care, how is it possible that even in Israel some Shoah victims are living and dying with indignity?
Berlin-based Israeli artist rebukes those who abuse the city’s monument to victims of the Shoah
In the name of rising populism and aggression towards minority faiths, Prince Charles is bucking a royal trend: scrupulous neutrality
How to fight Europe’s centuries-old hatred of everything that is different: dialogue, unity, power in numbers
Charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder, Oskar Groening unsuccessfully appealed a four-year prison sentence
Months before Frank and her family were arrested, she wrote a few lines of ‘encouragement’ to her friend, ‘Cri Cri’
The wife of Vladimir Putin’s press secretary co-performed a routine dressed in stripes and a six-pointed star on Russia’s ice-equivalent to ‘Dancing With the Stars’
The pioneering scholar, who died last week at 79, showed American Jewry the way to memory
‘None Shall Escape,’ Hollywood’s First Holocaust Film, Was All But Unknown for 70 Years. Now It’s Been Rediscovered.
The 99-year-old actress who played the tragic heroine recalls the bravery and foresight of the screenwriters and producers of an unflinching, prescient B-movie Nazi noir, now deservedly back in circulation in a new 35mm print
‘Dare we be at ease?’ wrote Bader Ginsburg in Brooklyn in 1946
But are all Lithuanians ready to confront their part in the Shoah?