Ohio State University condemned the behavior of students who wrote and distributed doggerel that ridiculed the Holocaust.
Samuel Pisar, who died this week at the age of 86, was more than a Holocaust survivor. Masha Leon remembers the lawyer and presidential advisor with the tortured soul.
Barbara Puc was born in Auschwitz — and is one of the few babies to survive the infamous concentration camp. Now, she is the last one able to tell the story.
Munich upheld a ban on small brass street memorials to Holocaust victims but will allow other kinds of memorials.
Members of the Oklahoma City Jewish community buried the remains of a Jewish Holocaust victim at a local cemetery.
The University of Strasbourg decided to hand over to the French city’s Jewish community the remains of Holocaust victims that were preserved as anatomy specimens.
When contractor Jelle Kapitein set to work on a client’s bathroom door, he had no idea what lay behind the wooden panels. Written in thin black lettering was a message dated April 23, 1942.
70-year-old letters from G.I. Hyman Schulman to his wife Sandy describe firsthand the horrors he found upon entering the Buchenwald concentration camp in 1945.
“Moses Man,” a musical about a family’s 9-year-long World War II survival odyssey that took them on a sanctuary search from Vienna, to Cyprus, Palestine and Africa before finally landing in America, has enough “now you’re safe, now you’re not!” twists and turns to justify being dubbed a Holocaust musical thriller.