On a train from Berlin to Poland last week, I thought about my brother Benjamin, who was five-and-a-half when he was murdered by the Nazis. Today I honor his memory and the memory of all who perished in the Holocaust.
From fighting with the partisans to working to preserve the memory of the Holocaust, my father in law was a tireless defender of the Jewish people
I cannot in good conscience condemn the perpetrators of the genocide in which my brother and my grandparents perished unless I also condemn the perpetrators of all other acts of genocide, including the genocide that took place at Srebrenica
An alarming and expanding wave of revisionism in Eastern Europe
The son of two Holocaust survivors reflects on the British liberation of Bergen-Belsen, and the fight for identity, rights, and better conditions in Displaced Persons camps
The Holocaust survivor, Nobel laureate, author, activist, dead at 87
‘Auschwitz, Rwanda, and Srebrenica are permanent reminders of the fact that just as incitement to genocide precedes the perpetration of that crime, the fomentation of racial, ethnic, or religious hatred invariably precedes incitement to genocide.’