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The heroic story of the Jewish Brigade in WWII

Tortured in Nazi concentration camps, these individuals survived to fight back. Many had lost relatives, who were assumed to have been gassed and slaughtered.

By DAVID GEFFEN
14/04/2021
The earrings from Beregszász.

The earrings from Beregszász: Restoring the identity of a Holocaust victim

Zisso Weisz was murdered by the Nazis in Auschwitz. Her treasured earrings which were buried for her by a neighbor have just now helped solve the mystery of who she was.

Nazi who spied for US was allowed to avoid trial until his death in 1975

Franz Josef Huber, a top Gestapo officer who helped Adolf Eichmann round up and murder the Jews of Central Europe, was a wanted man for crimes against humanity.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
07/04/2021

Scottish National Party candidate compared Theresa May to Hitler

In reaction to the tweet, the Campaign Against Antisemitism said the UK political situation cannot be compared to Nazi Germany.

The French pastor who made his village a haven for Jews in the Holocaust

Upon the occupation of France in June 1940 and the establishment of the Vichy regime, Trocme urged his followers to grant shelter to the “People of the Bible.”

By EDUARDO EURNEKIAN , BARUCH TENEMBAUM
05/04/2021

Yad Vashem opens exhibition 80 years since Operation Barbarossa

A new online exhibition tells unpublished accounts of Jewish families caught up in the horror of the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union and the onset of the Holocaust.

Greece to lead IHRA, vows to fight antisemitism

The change comes as antisemitic incidents continue to occur in Greece, as noted by Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Activist turns anti-Nazi act into commodified digital art

The renegade human rights activist has turned his destructive political art performance into a non-fungible token - a digital piece of art that can be bought and sold.

A ‘Nazi love story’ about a mass murderer who got away

“The Ratline” tells how both the Catholic Church and the Allies were active in shuttling unrepentant Nazis to new lives in the West;

By ANDREW SILOW-CARROLL / JTA
31/03/2021

Nazi-bought treasure will not be returned to Jewish heirs – US Supreme Court

The Supreme Court ruled that the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) is not applicable in this case.

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