We must recognize the Poles who hurt Jews during WWII, just as we must recognize the ones who helped them.
The museum will be run by the Lux Veritatis Foundation, associated with controversial Roman Catholic priest Tadeusz Rydzyk.
Germans carried out mass executions at the cemetery during the war.
“Gee, if I could only see you tonight there is no telling what would happen.”
These Jewish American soldiers, so far from home and ensnared in this European nightmare, were speechless as they waited for the start of Kol Nidre.
The condo’s property manager and board member put up the montage of World War II leader portraits in the building lobby.
On the 75th anniversary of the Babi Yar Massacre, we should honor the dead but also acknowledge the resilience of the New Ukraine, Alex Soros writes.
Do Jews and Poles want to perpetuate narratives that deny the differences within Polish society during World War II — or do we want to heal?
Miklos Heisler was 17 when the Arrow Cross Party took power in Hungary in the final years of World War Two and began a short reign of terror in which thousands of Jews, previously spared from deportation, were killed in Budapest.
A documentary gem at the Jewish Film Festival is Peter Miller’s “Movies in Wartime: Projections of America,” the behind-the scenes narrative about the dramatic U.S. “propaganda” films made 70 years ago by Oscar-winning screenwriter Robert Riskin, whose mission was to show WWII-liberated Europeans what America and Americans were really like.