When I visited Berlin a number of years ago, I was surprised by the number of plaques embedded in the city’s streets that contain the name of Jews sent to their death by the Nazi regime.
“His goal in life was but to make a world-changing discovery, to possess great fame and scientific powers — and he succeeded to a shocking extent.”
“I never really considered ‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’ to be only a children’s movie,” Link said.
Torture, abuse and malnourishment were commonplace at the homes, according to a German TV report.
At 90, Gert Levitan decided it was time to tell the unlikely love story of her parents, and how a beloved Yiddish daily played matchmaker.
Germany’s main Jewish leader also warned against the rise of the far-right, anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party.
Cohen stayed silent about the horrors she lived through for four decades before finding the strength to describe it to younger generations.
The women decided to write the coded messages in urine, which goes invisible when it dries, but can appear again when exposed to heat.
“There is nothing to gloss over. These crimes are disgusting.”
If you went to a Jewish summer camp, you probably think of Tisha B’Av as “Holocaust Movie Day.”