Marking Holocaust Memorial Day on Jan. 27. Opera “Spiegelgrund” premieres in Austrian Parliament
Transcripts of recordings secretly made of German P.O.W.s during World War II give a disturbing portrait of individuals who could stomach mass murder with few qualms.
Margot Barnard was a pioneer of Holocaust education. As early as the 1950s, the German Jew began openly discussing the Holocaust with Germans.
She has subdued hostile skinhead teenagers in German schools with her smile and kind manner; resistance from some of the Jewish Community has been more difficult to dispel.
If you want to know how the Fourth Estate of journalism works in the world of recording intrigue, fact, and gossip, as seen through the eyes of the Daily Telegraph, then Life [...]
On Aug. 2–3, 1944, about 3,000 Roma were sent to their death in the gas chambers of Auschwitz in what became known as “zigeunernacht,” or “night of the Gypsies.”
French Prime Minister Francois Hollande admitted that during World War II, France rounded up thousands of Jews to be sent to Nazi death camps.
When international human rights lawyer David Matas was asked why one should care about the murder of Falun Gong practitioners, he explained why one must not only care but [...]
Anne Frank wrote the first entry of her famous diary during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands on June 12, 1942, her 13th birthday. Frank’s diary has now turned 70.
Anti-Semitic graffiti was found sprayed on the walls of Israel’s holocaust museum, Yad Vashem, in Jerusalem Monday morning, officials said.