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.
In 1991, the Israeli government set out on a covert mission to bring members of the Ethiopian Diaspora to the Jewish state.
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.
Fifteen Auschwitz survivors, aged between 80 to 94, returned this Monday to the notorious death camp, Auschwitz, some for the first time.
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.
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."
Descendants of a Belgian noble family whose members saved Jewish children in the Holocaust visited Israel and met with descendants of the Jewish children.
Lou Lenart, a US Marine Corps pilot during World War II who helped thwart an Egypt advance on Tel Aviv in Israel’s 1948 War of Independence, died at age 94.
This week marks one decade since Yad Vashem opened its groundbreaking database for the names of Holocaust victims.
The Gomez Mill House—built in 1714 in Marlboro, NY—is one of the best-kept secrets in American Jewish history.