In Israel, you either don’t talk about the Holocaust — or you make light of it. Cartoonist Lior Zaltzman longs for a middle path between pedestalizing and trivializing our past.
Images from the 70th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation from around the globe.
Organizers have announced a design competition for a memorial in Warsaw to Poles who saved Jews during World War II.
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.’
At least 764 Jews managed to escape the Holocaust by jumping out of moving trains on their way to the death camps, new historical research shows.
The ultra-Orthodox inevitably view the Holocaust through a different lens than other Jews. A new Brooklyn museum aims to tell the story of its horrors from their perspective.
A British lawmaker apologized for remarks comparing Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians to Jewish suffering during the Holocaust.
In ‘The Last of the Unjust,’ filmmaker Claude Lanzmann talks to Theresienstadt administrator Benjamin Murmelstein about the ethical impossibility of leading the Nazi model village.
Holocaust survivors in Israel make do on small pensions that force them to forego all but the barest essentials. They want to know why no one will help them.
A virtual Holocaust memorial has been launched to remember Jewish victims from Munich.