The Associated Press collaborated with Nazis, providing images from its photo archives to be used in its anti-Semitic and anti-Western propaganda machine.
Israel President Rivlin eulogized Samuel Willenberg, the last remaining survivor of the Treblinka death camp, who died Friday in Israel at the age of 93.
Eichmann asked Israel’s president for a pardon two days before his execution, according to a letter unveiled on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
On January 18, a work crew at a construction site in Netanya discovered a British Mandate-era Mark 2 anti-tank land mine.
Righteous Among the Nations is an honorific title bestowed on non-Jews who helped to save Jewish lives during the Holocaust.
For decades, Israel’s leading Holocaust trust, Yad Vashem, has worked to catalog the names and stories of the six million Jews killed in the Shoah.
This week marks one decade since Yad Vashem opened its groundbreaking database for the names of Holocaust victims.
It’s been 21 years since Alice Miller stood in front of the the Supreme Court, demanding a chance to be a part of the male-only, elite pilot course.
Two wine presses that date back some 1,500 years were discovered in the southern Israeli city of Netivot.
Thirty-nine postcards sent during WWII from the Warsaw Ghetto have become part of the permanent collection at the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.