In 1941, Gertrude van Tijn traveled to Lisbon in a last-ditch effort to save Europe’s Jews from annihilation. She was already too late.
No one Lynn talked to understood how she, the child of a survivor, could cut ties with her family. Then she met Inga.
Norwegian museum returning $20 million painting to art dealer’s family
But Hungarians were exploiting and killing Jews years before the Nazis arrived
14-year-old Rywka Lipszyc documented life in the Lodz Ghetto
The parade was what my father first saw when he arrived from Nazi Germany
Daniel Gordis examines the legacy of the Israeli statesman who fled the Holocaust, fought the Mandate, and made peace with Egypt
Jewish heritage archivist and his wife found dead in their Prague apartment
Citing dementia, German court rules 94-year-old Hans Lipschis unfit for trial
The handbag and its contents will be on display through May
Maryland legislation would require company to compensate survivors
Dallas Holocaust Museum offers $1,000 reward for Max Glauben’s valuables
In 1942, the Jews of Thessaloniki paid in vain to release 10,000 Nazi prisoners
Alice Herz-Sommer featured in Oscar-nominated film, The Lady in Number 6
Three nabbed in investigation of 40 former guards still living in Germany
Other Holocaust-related literature also reported damaged
Interactive online map traces all child deportations to concentration camps
German ecologist uncovers Nazi plot to spread malaria in enemy-territory
Now, 70 years after the Supreme Court upheld the internment of civilians in WWII, it may revisit the ruling
A new book in France aims to set the record straight about national awareness of the horrors of the Shoah
From Fiddler to Foer, shtetl portrayals are idealized. Jeffrey Shandler shows how they went from fact to fantasy.
Here are some organizations that offer support to the community
Orthodox composer releases music video devoted to Holocaust remembrance
A look through Tablet’s archives
Watch this presentation: We say people must remember the Holocaust in the future, but we’re ignoring its victims today.
The great Yiddish writer Chava Rosenfarb records the first days after her liberation, in a stunning document of survival
But a new play explores the equally amazing—and real—tale of how an SS chief foiled Hitler’s plan to exterminate the country’s Jews
2013 NBA champs took a tour while in D.C. to meet with President Obama
Many worry it will be window-dressing for politicians who want to be seen remembering the Shoah but ignore today’s anti-Semitism
Yascha Mounk’s entertaining new memoir sheds light on postwar history and current German politics