75 years after a little-known massacre, another memorial in Eastern Europe is erected to obfuscate the history of World War II
The Austrian government has been renting Hitler’s childhood home from its owner since 1972. Now, it’s working to legally seize the empty property.
The Holocaust survivor, Nobel laureate, author, activist, dead at 87
A Vietnam veteran wanted to bring to the theater a story about his father, a veteran of World War II. It meant facing the horrors of war with brutal honesty and love.
A superhero hails Hydra—why?
‘Mourning soon gave way to thousands of marriages, and new families emerged from the ashes’
Why the comparison is more ‘virtue signal’ than productive policy stance
Over 6,000 documents from a 1944 census with information about the Hungarian capital’s Jews were discovered, and given to Budapest City Archives
On this night 77 years ago, 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?
How Benjamin Netanyahu could come to claim, and later retract, that the former mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Muhammad Amin al-Husayni, led Hitler to the Final Solution
Jackson, Polk, and—Kissinger?
Nazis sought to eliminate the Jews from their future racial empire. Poles wanted to create a state for them in Palestine. Historian Timothy Snyder makes the case that in the 1930s the two aims may have converged. But was Poland an ally of the Jews or a pioneer in the art of anti-Semitic politics?
A monumental new edition of the Auschwitz survivor’s complete writings shows a humanist laboring in the dark
The story of British serviceman Mordaunt Cohen
Seventy years after the Slovak National Uprising, the author and director of the Museum of Jewish Culture in Bratislava addresses the role of anti-Semitism, the Catholic Church, and the fate of Jozef Tiso during World War II