A drum made from a Torah and used by the Hitler Youth band was found in Poland and purchased by an association that preserves memories of the Holocaust.
A scholar has translated a 4,000-year-old Mesopotamian clay tablet that describes a story very similar to the Biblical fable of Noah’s Ark.
Leo Bretholz, a Holocaust survivor who escaped from a train car bound for Auschwitz, died Saturday at the age of 93.
The raising of the Ink Flag was a historic and now-famous moment in the 1948 War for Independence.
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.
Representatives of Russian Jews killed by Nazis 71 years ago have convinced officials to replace a memorial plaque some felt downplayed the massacre.
Part of our shared history includes an arsenal of leftover images, sepia tones acting as visual proof to stories we’ve worked so diligently to keep alive.
Thirty-nine postcards sent during WWII from the Warsaw Ghetto have become part of the permanent collection at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.
On May 13, 1939 the St. Louis set sail for Havana with more than 900 Jewish refugees, who all possessed landing certificates for Cuba.
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.