Jewish graveyards in Eastern Europe are crumbling, neglected, and vandalized. Who will be responsible for protecting them—and their communities’ history?
An Israeli filmmaker works to revive the neglected, terrible history of Shoah victims in the Soviet Union
How does it feel to live next to a concentration camp? I visited the Polish village next to Majdanek—where my great-grandfather was murdered, and my grandparents were imprisoned—to find out.
Tablet Original Fiction: ways of remembering, long after everyone has turned out the lights
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?
Attempts to universalize the specific suffering of Jews in the Shoah go hand in hand with efforts to de-legitimize the Jewish state
There is no punchline
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a memoir of my dear friend, the novelist Ilona Karmel, who died 15 years ago
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
The great Yiddish writer Chava Rosenfarb records the first days after her liberation, in a stunning document of survival