Wednesday, May 22, 2019
The Associated Press collaborated with Nazis, providing images from its photo archives to be used in its anti-Semitic and anti-Western propaganda machine.
Annie Jacobsen’s new book, “Operation Paperclip" details how Nazi scientists lived and worked in the US with the approval of top military officials.
A rare inscription on an artifact dating to the times of King David has been deciphered has been deciphered and shown to the public, Tuesday.
Israeli Yaki Gantz has made over 100 trips to Poland to help identify dozens of unmarked or anonymous Holocaust grave sites across the country.
Yad Vashem published what it calls its 'Holocaust education video toolbox,' as a way to reach an even larger audience and share lessons of the Shoah.
Charred grape seeds dating back 1,500 years were discovered recently in an archeological excavation in the ruins of the Negev.
The Sochi games are hardly the first to spark controversy over the character of the host government.
Shoah survivors arrived in Krakow on the 70th anniversary of Auschwitz's liberation, amid unease regarding the safety of Jews in Europe.
Ben Sidran argues that Jewish hunger to fit in shaped both the core of their identity and many of America’s greatest songs in his book "There Was A Fire."
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.

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