The country’s public dedication to Holocaust remembrance has masked a startling disregard for justice
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.
In the answer, and its consequences, a bioethicist finds moral lessons for today’s professional healer
After the war, could Jews be found guilty of partnering with the Nazis? Dan Porat’s insightful ‘Bitter Reckoning’ seeks an answer.
Fifty works in the collection of a former German arms dealer—including a renowned portrait of a Sephardic aristocrat—show how France fails to fully grapple with its collaboration in the Nazi art market for plundered works
A new restoration of the 1940 dramatic thriller ‘The Mortal Storm’ reminds us of a rare era of studio political engagement, and the American isolationism and proto-communism that made it unpopular
Eighty years ago tonight, thousands of Americans gathered in New York to rally behind the Nazi Party and its ideals. An Oscar-nominated short documentary retrieves footage of the event, but leaves out the context that gives it meaning.
How Winston Churchill suppressed the true extent of the former King Edward VIII’s collaboration with Nazi Germany
The story of a Jewish Germanophile who became a Soviet investigator of Nazi crimes
For Selichot in 1939, Ruzhan’s Jews prayed beside the ashes of the synagogue where they had almost been burned alive
Bookworm: The dude of Philip Kerr’s ‘The Pale Criminal’ abides—Nazis
And of how a Jewish spy stopped the brownshirts from marching down Wilshire
Torah scribe, New Deal propagandist, unrelenting anti-Nazi: the many lives of ferocious cartoonist and illustrator Arthur Szyk at a jewel of a show at the New-York Historical Society
An alarming and expanding wave of revisionism in Eastern Europe
As a new mother, I need this show for my sanity. What’s wrong with you, Paul Hollywood?
Profiles in bigotry and hate from the Tablet archives
Who are the movement’s ideological forefathers? And what can they teach us about its present and, more importantly, its future? A dive into Tablet’s archives offers troubling insights.
Jackie Chan meets the Chinese Oskar Schindler in Israeli-Romanian co-production ‘Exodus to Shanghai’