Kerler and his wife, Anya, were among the first “refuseniks;” in 1979, the Soviet government finally allowed them to emigrate to Israel.
The Holocaust Museum is urging Ukraine to examine its history of anti-Semitism. But what dark secrets will newly bared KGB archives reveal?
Before he killed John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald lived in the Soviet Union where the people he met were mostly Jews, even if their Jewishness had been warped by the dictatorship.
Naftali Herts Kon’s works were burned by the KGB and later seized by Polish Communists. Years after the Cold War, his writings are finally coming home.
Vladimir Putin said Jews comprised 80% of the first Soviet government to explain why Russia pilfered a Chabad archive. What’s scary, J.J. Goldberg says, is he thinks he’s being friendly.