The Holocaust forms the defining moment of Jewish memory. Find out more about 10 important films documenting and fictionalizing this history.
Today, the world can see moving images of the Shoah heroine, who lost her life to Nazi hands at the age of 15.
For years during World War II, a group of young Polish women, some of them barely out of their teens, outfoxed the Nazis.
Part of our shared history includes an arsenal of leftover images, sepia tones acting as visual proof to stories we’ve worked so diligently to keep alive.
On April 19, 1943, a rebellion within the Warsaw Ghetto became one of the most lasting examples of Nazi resistance.
Countless survivors, victims, Nazi hunters and Righteous gentiles have shaped our understanding of the Holocaust.
A video in the archives of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum gives viewers a unique look at Warsaw’s Jewish Quarter in 1939.
Just in time for the Olympics, Israel’s Holocaust trust has published an online tribute to Jewish athletes who perished in the Holocaust.
On April 20, 1945, just days after having been liberated, prisoners from the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp were recorded in a history-making performance.
Before moving to Israel and establishing a family, Eva Levi, 75, lived a very different reality.