Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Jews first immigrated to Moscow in the early 13th century. They came from the Middle East, Greece, Babylonia and Persia, and many of them were merchants.
Shoah survivors arrived in Krakow on the 70th anniversary of Auschwitz's liberation, amid unease regarding the safety of Jews in Europe.
In 1941, photographer and journalist Joe Heydecker was ordered into Warsaw by Nazi authorities to join the local propaganda unit.
The Sochi games are hardly the first to spark controversy over the character of the host government.
On April 15, 1945, the British Second Army entered Bergen-Belsen.
Many of the trees in Israel have rich histories and stories attached to them. Ahead of Tu B’Shvat, we present a small sampling of those trees.
A trove of personal letters belonging to one of World War II’s most nefarious Nazis has recently been found in Israel.
The Lukyanovich family, who at great personal risk helped hide a Jewish child in the Holocaust, was honored with the Jan Karski Courage to Care Award.
That there was precious little popular opposition to Nazi Germany’s anti-Semitic policies will forever be to the country’s shame.
An ancient wine cellar in Israel is proving early Canaanites had a taste for the good stuff.
[Wow-Modal-Windows id=1]