Grandchildren of Holocaust survivors continue to share their families’ stories
In a new book and forthcoming documentary film, Anna Salton Eisen tells the stories about the Holocaust that her parents once tried to hide from her
Finding the woman who’d been left out of our family’s history helped me to reconnect with my father, my family, and my past
An educational program in Australian schools trains a new generation to teach children about the Holocaust
Descendants of survivors are sometimes afflicted with a unique pain of their own
Between 1940 and 1944 a clandestine network of Polish diplomats and their Jewish partners in Switzerland created illegal Latin American passports that saved thousands of lives. Half of the documents were forged by one person—Polish Vice Consul in Berne Konstanty Rokicki.
Jean-Claude Grumberg finds the unbelievable truth in ‘The Most Precious of Cargoes’
Rokhl’s Golden City: Literary lessons about the Jewish child survivors of the Holocaust
A German-speaking group in New York has been meeting weekly since 1943. Even the COVID-19 pandemic couldn’t stop them.
Taxi driver Jackie Young found out he wasn’t who he thought he was
The profound weirdness of the Shoah Foundation’s hologram effort
The pandemic inflicts miseries that are particular to each place it visits
After an amazing feat of genealogy, a Holocaust survivor tells Yad Vashem he’s alive after all
The congresswoman makes Holocaust survivors into victims again, this time by rewriting their well-documented experiences
Grandchildren of Holocaust survivors grapple with their own psychological wounds
Frances Edelstein survived the Holocaust and opened one of New York’s most beloved eateries. She died this week at 92.
How a grueling 56-mile ultramarathon in South Africa became a stage for racial reconciliation—and national belonging for immigrant Jews
Helen Epstein completes her clear-eyed, fearless, taboo-breaking autobiographical trilogy