Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Aristides de Sousa Mendes is likely a name you’ve never heard. Yet he is reported to have saved 30,000 people during the Holocaust, 12,000 of them Jews.
Israeli President Shimon Peres attended a Holocaust memorial ceremony with Austrian President Heinz Fischer in Vienna’s Judenplatz town square on Sunday.
In 1941, photographer and journalist Joe Heydecker was ordered into Warsaw by Nazi authorities to join the local propaganda unit.
Leo Bretholz, a Holocaust survivor who escaped from a train car bound for Auschwitz, died Saturday at the age of 93.
On July 4, 1976, one of Israel’s most heroic missions proved successful—Operation Entebbe.
Seventy-one years ago this week, New Yorkers watched as activists joined hands to bring news of the Holocaust to the vaunted stage of Madison Square Garden.
The 'Seeking Kin' column aims to help reunite long-lost relatives and friends.
A Nuremberg-based foundation for music students was hoping to find descendants of Felix Hildesheimer of Speyer .
Just in time for the Olympics, Israel’s Holocaust trust has published an online tribute to Jewish athletes who perished in the Holocaust.
Annie Jacobsen’s new book, “Operation Paperclip" details how Nazi scientists lived and worked in the US with the approval of top military officials.


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