Back to Theresienstadt

Anna Goldenberg’s grandmother and great aunt survived Theresienstadt. She describes their emotional return to the haunted camp.

Poland's Dueling Holocaust Monuments to 'Righteous Gentiles' Spark Painful Debate

In Warsaw, monuments are being planned to honor Poles who sought to save Jews from the Holocaust. But some fear they will distort the role of the ‘righteous gentiles.’


Silvio Berlusconi, on Way to Prison, Claims Germans Deny Holocaust

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, about to begin a sentence for tax fraud, provoked fresh outrage from his political opponents on Saturday by suggesting that Germany did not acknowledge the existence of World War Two concentration camps.

Why Is U.S. Reluctant To Waive Visas for Israelis? Ask WikiLeaks

Why do Israelis need a visa to enter the U.S.? WikiLeaks reveals it may be due to their practice of overstaying their welcome, and Israel’s organized crime problem.

Two Popes Who Changed the World for Jews

Popes John XXIII and John Paul II will be declared Catholic saints on April 27. Ruth Gruber explains it’s fitting the move comes on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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