The 'Seeking Kin' column aims to help reunite long-lost relatives and friends.
Among the citizens of Shanghai, there remains today a small, tightknit Jewish community.
Thirty-nine postcards sent during WWII from the Warsaw Ghetto have become part of the permanent collection at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.
An excavation found glass-making kilns dating back 1,600 years, proving Israel was one of the most important centers of glass making in the late Roman era.
In 1862, the Jewish Messenger published a soldier’s narrative of Passover seder celebrated by Union soldiers in Fayette, West Virginia.
On May 13, 1939 the St. Louis set sail for Havana with more than 900 Jewish refugees, who all possessed landing certificates for Cuba.
Just in time for the Olympics, Israel’s Holocaust trust has published an online tribute to Jewish athletes who perished in the Holocaust.
Leo Bretholz, a Holocaust survivor who escaped from a train car bound for Auschwitz, died Saturday at the age of 93.
An ancient wine cellar in Israel is proving early Canaanites had a taste for the good stuff.
On July 4, 1976, one of Israel’s most heroic missions proved successful—Operation Entebbe.