The coins were discovered after the unearthing of a two-story building and winepress that is believed to have served Christian pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem.
David Rubinger, the Israeli photographer who took the iconic photo of Israeli paratroopers standing in front of the Western Wall after its capture in the Six-Day War, has died.
The iron gate of the Dachau Nazi camp, which bears the message “Arbeit macht frei,” or “Work sets you free,” was returned to the site after being stolen more than two years ago.
The personal collection of Holocaust documentation of survivor and historian Prof. Yaffa Eliach was dedicated at the Yad Vashem memorial and museum in Jerusalem.
Chaim Ferster, a Polish-Jewish Holocaust survivor who spent time in eight concentration camps, has died.
Descendants of a Belgian noble family whose members saved Jewish children in the Holocaust visited Israel and met with descendants of the Jewish children.
Ahead of Shavuot, Yad Vashem released a photo showing Buchenwald prisoners honoring the holiday in 1945.
Israel's Holocaust trust Yad Vashem honored Apostolos and Maria Voliotis as Righteous Among the Nations, for their efforts to save Jews in the Holocaust.
An album documenting the only surviving visual evidence of the process leading to the mass murder at Auschwitz recently received a digital makeover.
In 1862, the Jewish Messenger published a soldier’s narrative of Passover seder celebrated by Union soldiers in Fayette, West Virginia.