New Book Displays All the Art Göring Stole from Jews

While being questioned at Nuremberg, Göring was “humble” about having pulled off one of the most extensive theft of artwork in history...

Terrorist Attack Foiled Outside Vienna’s Main Synagogue

Austrian police foiled a terrorist attack on the main synagogue in Vienna on the Sabbath. Two Afghan citizens were arrested.

Lauder at 70th Bergen-Belsen Liberation Ceremony: ‘Silence Emboldens Tyrants’

Lauder: 'Jews demanded no 'Right of Return' to Germany or Austria or Poland or any other European country.'

Yad Vashem Presents Online Exhibition: the Festival of Light during the Holocaust

These are the personal accounts of how the Jews of Europe celebrated the Festival of Lights before, during and after one of the darkest chapters in modern history.

Holocaust Survivor, Speaker Max Mannheimer, 96, Passes Away

Max Mannheimer was silent about his nightmare and depression for decades.

Netanyahu: ‘On Holocaust Remembrance Day World Remains Obsessed with Jews’

On the occasion of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Netanyahu reminds the world that irrational hatred for and obsession with the Jewish people continues.

World’s Oldest Man, Yisrael Kristal z’l, Passes at 113

Mr. Kristal made sweets to thank the Russians who liberated him from the death camp, and later opened a candy shop in Haifa.

Spielberg Launches Center for Genocide Research

Filmmaker Steven Spielberg is establishing a Center for Advanced Genocide Research at the University of Southern California.

Survey: 58% of Americans Believe the Holocaust Could Happen Again

The survey found that most Americans (80%) have never visited a Holocaust museum and two-thirds (66%) do not know a Holocaust survivor or heard about one.

Romania Expected to Facilitate Return of Property to Holocaust Survivors

The Romanian parliament is set to ease the way for Holocaust survivors to reclaim their stolen property.

New Book: Allies Knew of Death Camps in 1942, Indicted Adolf Hitler for War...

Even Yad Vashem, whose research on the Holocaust is highly regarded, must now update its archives to reflect the new revelations.

Peres Tells EU Parliament, ‘Europe Has Divorced Its Past’

President Shimon Peres told the European Union Parliament Tuesday, “In the past thousand years, more Jews lived in Europe than in any other continent....

Yad Vashem Response to Ratification of Poland’s ‘Holocaust’ Law

We are concerned that this law will have repercussions in the areas of Holocaust research, education and remembrance.

German Prosecutors Say No Clemency for ‘Bookkeeper of Auschwitz’

Groening said in 2015 that he would not ask forgiveness from survivors or victims’ families. “I can only ask my God for forgiveness,” he said.

Polish Court Orders German TV to Apologize for Claiming Shared Responsibility for Auschwitz

Yad Vashem criticized the bill against blaming Poland for collaboration in the death camps, warning that its approval in parliament would be considered Holocaust denial and a regression in Poland’s efforts to face its dark past.

Holocaust Survivor, 86, Returning to Auschwitz with IDF Officers

'I never wished to return to that place of our degradation and annihilation, but to return in the company of our noblest, bravest of the brave – our IDF soldiers, makes my spirit soar with pride and hope.'

Daily Mail Columnist Warns Britain’s Jews Facing Exodus to Israel

"If history has taught us Jews anything, it's knowing when it's time to pack."

Study: Polish Norms Helped Nazis Wipe out Local Jewry

Jews who tried to hide in urban areas during the Nazi occupation of Poland were much less likely to survive • “Poles who chose to save Jews were essentially violating the unwritten norms of their community.”
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NY Museum Creates Virtual Conversations with Holocaust Survivors

Visitors ask questions and lifelike projections of Gutter and Schloss answer in real time—offering personal reflections about life before, during, and after the Holocaust.

Merkel on Kristallnacht: ‘We Are Living Once Again in a Time of Far-Reaching Change’

“Jewish life is blossoming again in Germany — an unexpected gift to us after the Shoah. But we are also witnessing a worrying anti-Semitism that threatens Jewish life in our country.”

Nazi Auschwitz Metal Stamps for Tattooing Found in Poland

Nazi stamps used to tattoo death camp prisons are proof of the evil system as Holocaust survivors’ numbers dwindle.

Federal Judge Rules ‘Insufficient Duress’ in 1938 Sale of Picasso Belonging to German Jewish...

Since the Met itself did not send out its own thugs to bargain down terrified Jewish refugees out of their dwindling riches, it is OK for the museum to continue to display the million dollar artwork.

Schindler’s List Goes Unsold on eBay

An original list of names of 801 Jews rescued by German industrialist Oskar Schindler did not find a buyer on eBay, where the opening...

Russian Jews Win Rostov Holocaust Commemoration Fight

The Russian city of Rostov-on-Don has agreed to acknowledge the Jewish identity of Holocaust victims killed there by the Nazis. The municipality’s Memorial Council last...

Ukrainian President in Hot Water over Presenting Lodz Ghetto Jews as Nazis

Poroshenko's government relies on the Svoboda party, which is inspired by a Ukrainian Nazi collaborator. Party members wear Nazi symbols and organize Nazi-style rallies.

California School District Cancels Lesson on Holocaust Denial

Students at a school in California who were given an assignment to compare propaganda with actual evidence on the Holocaust have instead been told to abandon the project.

Yad Vashem Ranked a Top Museum by Travel Website

Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust memorial and museum, was ranked fourth in the top 25 museums in the world by the travel website TripAdvisor. Yad Vashem...

Orange County Police Investigate Swastika Beer Pong in Local High School

"Now the holocaust is the new 'n' word and it’s sad but it’s the truth.”

Israeli Ambassador to Russia Speaks Up Against ‘Polish Death Camps’ Law

"We’re working with the Russian state service for archives on a project titled ‘Every Person Has a Name,’" Koren said.

Letters, Postcards, Show a Jewish-Identified, Pro-Zionist Author Stefan Zweig Who Prophesied Rise of Nazism

'Anti-Semitism, hatred, internal strife are all ancient elements of our historical destiny – always problematic. […] We must therefore look for a way out; we must be brave to remain within our destiny. If Judaism is a tragedy, let us live it.'

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