holocaust child survivors

After 76 years, Israeli discovers fate of father killed by Nazis in Rome

David Reicher was only three months old when his father disappeared forever at the beginning of 1944.

Children of Selvino: post-Holocaust life in an Italian town

More than 800 orphans lived in a compound called Sciesopoli, which was formerly used to house the children of Fascist officers under Benito Mussolini.

Holocaust Instagram project Eva.Stories wins ‘Internet Oscar’

the digital commemoration project that recounts the true story of a Jewish girl during the Holocaust won Webby award in the Best Use of Stories category.

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Kiss frontman Gene Simmons learns of his Holocaust survivor mother’s life

Kiss frontman Gene Simmons said his mother almost never spoke about her Holocaust ordeal, including time in Nazi camps.

Israeli judge halts auction of 11-year-old Holocaust victim’s letter

The injunction from the Tel Aviv District Court halted the sale of all the letters.

PEOPLE VISIT the Hall of Names at the Yad Vashem World Holocaust Remembrance Center in May.
What I learned From Shoshana Ovitz

Another attitude always permeated the psyche of these people as well. They all remembered that it is incredibly important to give to others who were not as lucky as they were.

Kindertransport survivors taken to retrace escape from Holocaust

The trip commemorates the 80th anniversary of the kindertransports between 1938 and 1939, which saved some 10,000 children from Central European countries.

Chelsea Women's Soccer Team hear harrowing tale of Holocaust survivor

In 1945 she was liberated by the British army, after the Holocaust already took the lives of more than 50 of Pollack's relatives.

No where to go: Michael Dobbs pens well-researched tale of Holocaust victims

Michael Dobbs has penned a well-researched but dispassionate tale of the Jews in one German town during the Holocaust.

RABBI YISRAEL MEIR LAU stands at the main gate of the former Nazi death camp of Auschwitz with the w
Building bridges to remember the Holocaust

Yad Vashem Council Chairman Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau reflects on his experiences as an ever-present at the March of the Living and why the Shoah will never be forgotten.

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