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In today's digital age, such film footage is particularly compelling and stirring, granting us a glimpse into a living memory of a world that was – and is no longer.
Max Mannheimer was silent about his nightmare and depression for decades.
The lingering impact of the Holocaust on second-generation survivors.
The famed Great Synagogue of Pilsen is returning to Jewish hands and hearts after 20 years as a Czech concert hall and art museum.
For more than two years, the Living Memorial has served as a site for regular talks, lectures, discussions groups, musical performances and commemorations.
Lithuanians marked the 75th anniversary of the massacre of Jews in Moletai by Nazis and local collaborators during World War II.
Trump's new campaign chief executive officer comes from Breitbart, which called Bill Kristol "Renegade Jew."
He mentions the threatening atmosphere of anti-Semitism in Mussolini's Italy and his concern for his wife and children.
The last Polish Jew who managed to survive the Sobibor Nazi death camp has passed away at the age of 90.
The former chief of the KGB bequeaths evidence about Raoul Wallenberg for future generations, in papers found in a suitcase.
Painter Jonasz Stern left a permanent mark on the Polish art of the 20th century.
Jews arriving in Israel to begin new lives are telling horror stories about France that sound like pre-WWII Germany.
The Chief Rabbi of Poland arranged for the Pope to meet with Righteous Christian Poles at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
She denounced “the 6-million lie” and recommended the writings of Ernst Zündel, a German Holocaust denier who had been deported from Canada in 2005.
July marks the two-year anniversary of the Oregon Jewish Museum's merger with the Oregon Holocaust Resource Center.
The World Trade Center sparkled with blue and white lights in memory of Elie Wiesel, a strong advocate for Israel.
“Elie Wiesel was the collective moral compass of the Jewish people,” said Jewish Agency chairman Natan Sharansky.
For ten years after the war, Wiesel refused to write about or discuss his experiences during the Holocaust.
Luz never married. “When she died,” Dwork said, “her nephew was going through her apartment, sorting out her effects, and he found a suitcase of these letters.