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The sounds of Babyn Yar

Holocaust Memorial Center unveils outdoor memorials that present a haunting combination of audio and visual elements

Toronto's new United Building - more than just a restoration

Child of Holocaust survivors celebrates a tremendous success in the business arena, while fighting hatred and racism at the same time

Prisoners' items found in hiding place at Auschwitz

It is still too early to say why these tools were hidden and what they were used for.

Hana’s suitcase - Hiroshima and the Holocaust

A trip to Hiroshima uncovers an unexpected connection to the Holocaust

By PAULA SLIER
14/05/2020
Moscow’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center

Moscow Jewish Museum Launches Online Exhibition on Love During Holocaust

Memories of weddings and secret dates in the ghetto, of forbidden gifts, of mutual care and support, of dreams of home, family, and their own country fill the space.

Nazi artifacts at a news conference at the Holocaust museum in Buenos Aires

Most of Nazi trove discovered in Buenos Aires are fakes

The German news service Spiegel reported that 62 of the 72 objects or sets of objects are “counterfeit or falsifications.”

By JTA STAFF
05/11/2019

Poland honors Jewish leader working to recognize Holocaust rescuers

Lados and another member of the group, Stefan Ryniewicz, did not receive the title, spurring a protest by 30 survivors and the Polish honorary consul in Zurich, Markus Blechner.

By KATARZYNA MARKUSZ / JTA
14/06/2019
Star of David

What a Bergen-Belsen prenup teaches us about Jewish resilience

The Star of David found on a Bergen-Belsen ketubah is an expression of that life-affirming impetus.

By HENRY ABRAMSON/JTA
28/02/2019
World Jewish Restitution Organization Chair of Operations Gideon Taylor

EU Parliament calls to recover art looted by Nazis in Holocaust & WWII

Resolution calls for comprehensive database for Jewish-owned artworks seized by the Nazis.

A Holocaust victim's diary depicting life in the Kovno ghetto

‘The urge to deny the horrific reality – or alternatively to adapt to it and concentrate on the here and now and cling to a seemingly ordinary life – was characteristic of life in the ghettos’

By LEA PRAIS
16/11/2018
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