Dutch rescuer of Jews during Holocaust dies at 96Marion Pritchard, a Dutch social work student who rescued Jews during World War II, has died.
University student union votes for Holocaust educationThe student union board at Ryerson University approves Holocaust Education Week resolution after anti-Israel students stage walkout.
Cousins who thought family died in Holocaust united in IsraelFirst cousins who thought entire family died in Holocaust meet thanks to Yad Vashem testimony.
Pre-WW2 film which foresaw expulsion of Jews to be restoredSegments of pre-World War II Austrian film that foresaw the expulsion of Jews will be restored thanks to crowd-funding campaign.
Siemens finances publication of Jewish slave laborer’s memoirThe German corporation Siemens has financed the publication of the memoir of a former Jewish slave laborer who worked for the company.
$3.5 million raised for Spielberg’s Shoah FoundationA gala for director Steven Spielberg's Shoah Foundation raised $3.5 milliom
The need for 'Post-Holocaust Studies'A renowned scholar of anti-Semitism advocates the establishment of a new discipline: Post-Holocaust Studies.
Latvian president admits local complicity in Nazi atrocitiesLatvian president Raimonds Vejonis attended a memorial ceremony at a Holocaust mass murder site near Riga and admitted local complicity.
Obama taps 5 to serve on Holocaust memorial boardPresident Obama appoints five people to serve on the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, including its current chairman.
The trap of travesty: The Shoah as show businessLife was not beautiful, nor amusing, nor did the victims dance, during the darkness of the Holocaust.
Russian 'Holocaust on ice' routine causes uproarSocial media outraged after Putin spokesman's wife appears on reality show dancing while dressed as a concentration camp prisoner.
Israel opposes use of term 'Polish Death Camps'Israel and Poland released a joint statement opposing the use of the term 'Polish death camps' to describe Nazi concentration camps.
Nearly 1,000 Jews gather in Ukrainian city of LvivNearly 1,000 people attend Jewish gathering in western Ukrainian city which honors alleged Holocaust era war criminals.
Israeli woman crowned 'Miss Holocaust Survivor'Russian-born Israeli who was 2 days old when World War II broke out crowned Miss Holocaust Survivor.
Pro-Israel Asian organization supports survivors and lost tribesShalom Israel Asia Pacific held its annual event for the benefit of Holocaust survivors and members of Bnei Menashe. We spoke with founder.
French town commemorates Alfred DreyfusPersecuted Jewish officer honored with a statue. Dutch town honors Holocaust survivor and writer Jules Schelvis with a street sign.
Watch: emotional meeting of childhood friends separated by ShoahTwo childhood friends who had not seen each other since the Holocaust finally meet in an emotional reunion.
Ukraine to open its first holocaust memorialPrime Minister of Ukraine has made a major announcement that could change the course of history education in the eastern European country.
Synagogue in Zhitomir, Ukraine, reopens for the holidaysThe building is the only remaining synagogue of the 54 that were there before the holocaust.
Holocaust survivor likens treatment of farm animals to ShoahHolocaust survivor Alex Hershaft says there are striking similarities between the Nazi horrors and the way society treats farm animals.
Writer Elena Ferrante is daughter of Holocaust survivorMysterious best-selling Italian author identified as the daughter of a German-born Holocaust survivor.
Rivlin stokes Ukrainian debate over Holocaust complicityPresident Reuven Rivlin's accusations of Ukrainian Holocaust complicity cause uproar among Ukrainian nationalists.
Ukraine marks 75 years since Babi Yar mass slaughter of JewsUkrainians have been wrestling with their countrymen's role in collaborating with the Nazis ever since.
Jewish 'Avengers' of Nazis leader dies at 91Joseph Harmatz, Holocaust survivor who led a group of Jews seeking to kill Germans in revenge for the Holocaust, has died.
Rivlin addresses Ukraine Parliament 75 years after Babi YarPresident Rivlin: 'We must not play a part in the sin of forgetting or denial. Leaders who support anti-Semitic ideas won't be welcomed.'
House introduces anti-Nazi billBill to facilitate the return of Nazi-looted artworks to their original owners or heirs introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Holocaust victims included in Belarus-US pactBelarus and the US sign an agreement to preserve and protect the cultural properties of all ethnic groups, including Holocaust victims.
Hundreds protest vandalism of Budapest Holocaust memorialHundreds protest in downtown Budapest against a vandalism attack on a memorial to the victims of the Holocaust in Hungary.
Rivlin meets daughter of Mayor who saved Jews in the HolocaustPresident Rivlin meets the daughter of Greek Mayor who saved the entire local Jewish community of island of Zakynthos during the Holocaust.
Compensation for Holocaust survivors shipped via French trainsPayments have started issuing from a compensation fund for Holocaust survivors deported to Nazi camps via the French rail system.
The stones of Moletai: A lesson on the Shoah in LithuaniaThe bitter truth exposed: the annihilation of Lithuanian Jewry was committed largely and enthusiastically by the local police, known as white-band Lithuanian police, under the supervision and command of the Nazis. A memorial march
German judge evades punishment for helping survivorsGerman judge who landed in legal trouble after helping Holocaust survivors apply for ghetto pensions settles the case out of court.
New Ken Burns film spotlights little-known Holocaust rescuers“Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War” takes a look at American Christian couple who smuggled hundreds of Jews to safety.
German judge helps survivors apply for ghetto pensionsJewish leaders rallying to the aid of a German judge facing punishment for helping Holocaust survivors apply for ghetto pensions.
Lithuanian towns mark Holocaust massacres of JewsLithuanian president leads ceremony marking 1941 slaughter of Jewish community.
EU allocates $1.5 million to expand Lodz train station museumEuropean Union allocates $1.5 million for the expansion of the museum at the Radegast train station in Lodz.
'Dutch Jewish community is unsustainable'Dutch Jewish leaders claim the future of Jewish life in the Netherlands is grim.
Schindler's factory could be turned into Holocaust memorialA factory in the Czech Republic once used by Oskar Schindler could be made into a Holocaust memorial after it was bought a Czech foundation.
Ukraine's honoring of war criminals leaves Jews uneasy, dividedVeneration of pro-Nazi collaborators raises concerns among Ukrainian Jews.
Watch: A survivor's forgivenessHow a Holocaust survivor reacted when he met his best friend - who was responsible for the deaths of his wife and child.
Germany mulls trying 8 concentration camp workersGerman authorities identify four men, four women who helped operate Nazi concentration camp from 1942 to 1945.
Report: Traveling zoo set up on Holocaust site in UkraineCity in northwestern Ukraine authorizes the placing of a traveling zoo on the mass grave of thousands of Jewish Holocaust victims.
Holocaust hero Wallenberg executed by Soviets, diaries showKGB chief's journal reveals fate of Swedish diplomat instrumental in saving thousands of Jews from Holocaust.
Holocaust hero passes away at 90Phillip Bialowitz, survived the Sobibor death camp rebellion, then dedicated his life to a promise he made to the rebel leaders.
'Lithuania - One big mass murder site'ILTV speaks with Holocaust expert Efraim Zuroff, who has co-authored a book on the mass murder of Jews in Lithuanian during World War II
Real-life 'Pianist' family wins defamation appealThe family of the late Jewish-Polish protagonist of the film "The Pianist" wins appeal against defamation of their father.
Polish court upholds controversial restitution lawCourt in Poland rejects motion to scrap a law that critics say is preventing restitution of property that belonged to Jewish families.
Dutch magnate: Family 'heartless' in treatment of Nazi-era JewsDutch textile magnate says his predecessors "behaved in a heartless manner" during the Holocaust.Ho
700 march for Warsaw ghetto doctors, nursesMarchers hang ribbons with the names of the dead to honor the medical personnel of the Warsaw ghetto.
Holocaust survivors from Florida perform in former ghettoMusical duo of Holocaust survivors from Florida return to their native Poland to perform there for the first time.
Amsterdam rejects restitution, settles with survivors for $11MCity rejects calls to give direct restitution to Holocaust survivors taxed while held in concentration camps, pays Jewish groups $11M.
Paris Grand Synagogue slammed for hosting far-right historianHistorian justified Vichy France's collaboration with Nazi Germany, handing over of thousands of Jews for extermination.
Polish officials under fire for revisionism of Holocaust historyJewish groups up in arms over controversial comments by leading Polish officials regarding the country's role during the Holocaust.
Alabama councilwoman threatened over Holocaust commentsCouncilwoman in Birmingham says a gun-wielding Jewish man threatened to harm her for opposing city funding of a Holocaust memorial.
Pokemon Go player finds body behind Holocaust memorialNew Hampshire youth playing Pokemon Go discovers dead body in stream near Holocaust memorial.
Binyamina Rebbe laid to rest in Har HamenuchotThe late hassidic rebbe and Holocaust survivor made all Jews feel welcome in his home.
Dutch man and daugther who hid Jews during Holocaust honoredYad Vashem posthumously honors Jan Willem Kamphuis and his daughter Klazenia Kamphuis-Vink from Holland who hid Jews from the Nazis.