Amid somber Holocaust Remembrance Day events, most still virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic, some are calling for a separate, more upbeat holiday celebrating the resilience of survivors
At 100, Dunetz Brodsky still considers herself a partisan
Fania Dunetz Brodsky and the most successful escape of the Shoah
I am afraid Effi Eitam is much too extreme, and he could tarnish the reputation of Yad Vashem as a memorial and as a museum.
The message of Kristallnacht after 82 years
A personal recollection, and how a newly-found letter helped bring closure.
On the eve of the anniversary of Kristallnacht, we trace one man’s arduous journey to Eretz Yisrael
The amazing story of two sisters who made aliyah after surviving the Shoah
The amendment is “in line with Austria’s ongoing endeavour for reconciliation with all those who suffered under the totalitarian Nazi-regime in Austria,” Austria’s government website states.
Inge Auerbacher, a child Holocaust survivor, became a successful chemist, writer and public speaker.