A heated debate erupted in the French Parliament yesterday about who is responsible for the deportation of thousands of French Jews to the death camps during the Holocaust: Could it be the French government?
Hungary’s signature wine is a sweet nectar called Tokaji. Why won’t the owners recognize the Jewish family that once ran the vineyard — and was almost wiped out in the Holocaust?
A private entrepreneur plans to establish a museum in a house in southeastern Poland in which Jews hid from the Nazis.
Just when you think reality television has reached peak absurdity levels, the trashy TV gods deliver something like this. Presenting “Holiday in the Protectorate,” a Czech show that requires a family to live for two-months under World War II-like conditions, Gestapo included.
All hail the Queen! The Weinstein Company has announced that actress Helen Mirren will be honored by the World Jewish Congress for her role in ‘Woman in Gold.’
Shira Goldberg stepped across the stage at East Henderson High School in western North Carolina and presented a yellowed letter to Shani Lourie.
The legacy of Nazism has caused a dilemma for progressive Germans. On the 50th anniversary of ties between the two states, historic support for Israel is tempered by concerns about the conflict with the Palestinians.
A planned monument to Poland’s ‘Righteous Gentiles’ was already under fire for its location on the site of the Warsaw Ghetto. Now it’s hit another roadblock.
As the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, should J.E. Reich forgive 93-year-old former Nazi officer Oskar Groning now that one of his own victims has publicly embraced him?