Holocaust Survivor Saved By Wallenberg Tells StoryHungarian born Vera Koppel gives interview at NYC event to commemorate Righteous Gentile Raoul Wallenberg.
Yad Vashem Honors First Egyptian Righteous GentileDr. Mohamed Helmy was honored for the assistance he gave Jews during the Holocaust, at great personal risk.
New Yad Vashem Exhibit Honors Rightous Non-JewsA new Yad Vashem exhibit focuses on non-Jews who risked everything to save Jews during the Holocaust.
Savior of Thousands of Jews Honored PosthumouslyVarian Fry, an American journalist responsible for aiding thousands of Jewish refugees during the Holocaust, was honored posthumously.
Dutch Government Funds Yad Vashem Memorial ProjectYad Vashem and the Netherlands signed an agreement whereby Dutch government will support digitization of files regarding Righteous Gentiles.
Memorial to Wallenberg Inaugurated in StockholmA memorial to Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved the lives of thousands of Jews during WWII, was inaugurated in Stockholm.
Orna Shurani Celebrates Life, Saved 27 Jewish MenThis month, Orna Shurani of Nahariya is to celebrate her 84th birthday - a time of serious reflection for a woman who saved 27 Jewish men.
Vandals Deface Memorial of Raoul WallenbergVandals defaced the memorial of 'Righteous Gentile' Raoul Wallenberg, who saved the lives of tens of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.
Netanyahu to Receive Letter That Saved 50,000 JewsNetanyahu to receive copy of historic letter written by Dimitar Peshev, who is credited with rescuing 50,000 Bulgarian Jews during Holocaust
Righteous Gentiles Honored in Commemorative CoinsPoland issuing commemorative coins to honor Polish families killed by the Nazis for their efforts to save Jews in the Holocaust.
Savior of Hundreds of Jews Dies at the Age of 91Tina Strobos, a Dutch woman who rescued more than 100 Jews during the Holocaust, passed away at the age of 91, at her home in Rye, N.Y.
A Righteous Gentile Choses Israel as HomeNewly-identified "Righteous Among the Nations" Klavdia Likholetova was honored in death by students in Holon who wanted to say "thank you."
Fighting Evil in Ukraine Led to Life in IsraelIn 1941, a 10-year-old received a lesson in fighting evil that she carried with her all her life. It inspired her to move to Israel.
Amsterdam: Shoah Mezuzahs Found"I feel like I have received warm regards from my Holocaust victim grandparents whom I never knew," says Miriam Hanina.