The Holocaust forms the defining moment of Jewish memory. Find out more about 10 important films documenting and fictionalizing this history.
The Lukyanovich family, who at great personal risk helped hide a Jewish child in the Holocaust, was honored with the Jan Karski Courage to Care Award.
Many Holocaust survivors have remained silent about sexual abuse they endured as young victims, in part because of the shame of such an admission.
A French Jew who was convicted of a blood libel was recently exonerated, almost 350 years after he was executed for the crime.
Ashkenazic Jews were among the last Europeans to take family names.
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.
The group was active for a little over six months—from June 1942 to February 1943—yet its name lives on today.
In 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote to Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath, conveying to the Jewish leader an idea he had for a march.
This year marks 70 years since Anne Frank died of Typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp as one of the many victims of the camp.
Jews first immigrated to Moscow in the early 13th century. They came from the Middle East, Greece, Babylonia and Persia, and many of them were merchants.