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?
Is the philosopher’s complexity enough to excuse his overt anti-Semitism? A dive into the so-called ‘black notebooks’ from the 1930s is revealing.
How traditional and radical conservatives come to speak a common political language—that ultimately benefits the extremists
Germans stood by as Jewish businesses and synagogues were burned, tens of thousands of Jews were arrested, and nearly a hundred were killed. Shouldn’t doing nothing about it be criminal?
A thorough new history of the Nazi concentration camps challenges us to face again our fears and weakness
What kind of Zionist was Gershom Scholem?
Seventy people, speeding into the unknown
Museum officials log record number of visits to former concentration camp
The strange side story of the 1905 comic operetta, which is being presented by the Metropolitan Opera on New Year’s Eve
The chemist and writer recalls the last holiday before liberation
A new documentary and a new book look at Himmler and Eichmann through newly discovered letters
Ken Burns and others call it impressive, but the truth is less inspiring
Philosopher Bettina Stangneth’s brilliant, newly translated study of the origins of evil shows why radicals like ISIS act like Nazis
Display in Salvador, Brazil, endorsed by the tournament’s local committee
Tennessee Republican Stacey Campfield ‘regrets’ that people missed his point
A fascinating letter tells the gripping story of the fateful extraction of the influential film industry lawyer Paul Koretz
The parade was what my father first saw when he arrived from Nazi Germany
Wolfgang G. Schwanitz answers Tablet’s review of his and Barry Rubin’s book
A blockbuster German TV miniseries, now showing in U.S. theaters, aims to depict what the war was like for average citizens
The authors of a new history of the Grand Mufti Amin Al-Husaini’s ties to Nazis fail to carry their logic to its flawed conclusion
What’s behind the book’s startling rise to e-prominence?
Yascha Mounk’s entertaining new memoir sheds light on postwar history and current German politics
A Harvard researcher was convinced he’d found evidence of 1930s movie mogul fascism. But did he get it wrong?
In the late 1950s, the Jewish department store mogul salvaged Chanel’s reputation—and burnished his own
Munich authorities seem more interested in protecting an art dealer than in returning stolen works to their rightful heirs
‘Let us act in keeping with the lessons of that dark night by speaking out against anti-Semitism and intolerance’
His thoughts on Jewish strength, Jewish weakness, and the secret history of the Judeo-Episcopate in America
New biographies shed light on the cohort of Germans of Jewish descent who historians have portrayed as having served the Nazis
The reVILNA digital mapping project seeks to restore the lives that were lived before they became anonymous victims
Uncovered: new evidence of Jewish movie moguls’ extensive collaboration with Nazis in the 1930s