Following the war, Otto Frank, a survivor of Auschwitz, acted as a voice for his young daughter Anne.
The Associated Press collaborated with Nazis, providing images from its photo archives to be used in its anti-Semitic and anti-Western propaganda machine.
The family of a "Schindler's List" survivor gave a collection that the museum's director called "the biggest gain for decades in the history of our archive."
Fifteen Auschwitz survivors, aged between 80 to 94, returned this Monday to the notorious death camp, Auschwitz, some for the first time.
The Iron Dome is a platform designed to intercept rockets--only a few years old, and made possible thanks to $200 million in defense funds from the US.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel called the term "Polish concentration camps" a "falsification of history."
The raising of the Ink Flag was a historic and now-famous moment in the 1948 War for Independence.
Israel President Rivlin eulogized Samuel Willenberg, the last remaining survivor of the Treblinka death camp, who died Friday in Israel at the age of 93.
In 1941, photographer and journalist Joe Heydecker was ordered into Warsaw by Nazi authorities to join the local propaganda unit.
The Ets Haim library in Amsterdam is the oldest functioning institution of its kind. Now Israel is storing its unique collection safely and digitally, making its treasure accessible to all.