A tribute to Robert Clary, the French American actor who survived the Holocaust to take Hollywood by storm
A new digital exhibit, the 1938Projekt, catalogues the final days of European Jewry and shows how easy it is to become inured to the progression of a deteriorating situation
A court decision in France finally ends one of the most dispiriting controversies in modern intellectual history. Or does it?
A visit to Buchenwald left me feeling defiantly alive
After Buchenwald was liberated, my father, Rabbi Herschel Schacter, led survivors in a moving prayer service
In an excerpt from the forthcoming graphic novel ‘Victory Parade,’ a Jewish American soldier named Sam Arensberg helps liberate the concentration camp—but the horrors he witnesses haunt his dreams
Mayor: “The buildings with their historical burden can be used for a socially meaningful purpose”
On the anniversary of the camp’s liberation, a group of Holocaust survivors party in Melbourne
I knew I’d feel sad on our trip to Germany. I wasn’t expecting to be so angry.
In his memoir ‘Measure of a Man,’ Martin Greenfield recalls how he survived Auschwitz to become an iconic tailor to the stars
Accused Auschwitz and Buchenwald guard had been living in Philadelphia
Johann Breyer, 89, was arrested last month at his home in Philadelphia
The Pulitzer Prize-winning Cuban-American novelist, who died last week, wrote meaningfully about Judaic scripture and the Holocaust
The American rabbi entered Buchenwald moments after its liberation
Leslie Buck, who designed the Anthora, was 87
What’s the right temperature for remembrance?
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