Churchill Bust in Jerusalem Pays Tribute to Great Leader, FriendWinston Churchill was honored in Jerusalem with a statue proclaiming him a friend of the Jewish people and supporter of Zionist aspirations.
Former Jewish Owners Demand Return of Monet MasterpieceGrandson of wealthy Jewish businessman is demanding that Swiss foundation return Monet masterpiece his family was forced to sell during WWII
Severe Hunger in WWII Increased Risk of Breast CancerSevere hunger increases breast cancer risk in Jewish women survivors of World War II.
Greece Scours Archives to Seek Reparations for Nazi War CrimesGreece appointed a panel to scour historical archives to determine whether Germany might still owe money in reparations for Nazi war crimes.
Research: Top Nazi Aide Warned British to Topple HitlerNew research indicates that a chief aide to Hitler urged British intelligence to topple the fascist dictator.
New Memorial to Raoul 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.
Amsterdam Bridge Honors Holocaust HeroAmsterdam is commemorating a Righteous Gentile who saved 350 Jewish children during WWII by dedicating a nameless bridge in his honor.
NY State Comptroller Teams Up With Holocaust Restitution ProjectNY State Comptrolleri's office is teaming up with the Holocaust Era Asset Restitution Taskforce to track down property of Holocaust victims.
Swedish Minister: Put Annual Raoul Wallenberg Day on CalendarSwedish minster calls for an annual day on calendar to remember the Righteous Gentile who saved hundreds of thousands of Jews from Nazis.
Last Survivor of 1942 Auschwitz Escape Passes AwayAugust Kowalczyk, the last remaining survivor from a group of prisoners who escaped Auschwitz in 1942, passes away at 90.
UK Newspaper Tracks Down No.1 'Most Wanted' NaziA British newspaper says it has tracked down the world's Number 1 'Most Wanted' Nazi war criminal.
Wiesel Returns Hungarian Government AwardNobel laureate Elie Wiesel returns Hungarian government award after top officials in Budapest attend a ceremony for a Nazi sympathizer.
Govt. Cover-Up over Fate of Secret Mission, Historian SaysThe fate of 23 operatives on a secret mission in Lebanon remains unknown, government says. Historian: it’s a cover up.
A Chinese 'Schindler's List'A play, telling the story of more than 30,000 Jews sheltered by the Chinese during World War II, premiered in Shanghai on Thursday.
A-Jad: Zionist Regime Behind Both World WarsIranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinijad accused the "Zionist regime" of starting WWI and WWII before Israel even existed.
66th Anniversary of the Atomic Bombing of HiroshimaSixty-six years ago this weekend, the USA unleashed a nuclear weapon of mass destruction against Japan.
97-Yr-Old Hungarian Acquitted on Nazi War CrimesA 97-year-old Hungarian man was acquitted on charges of involvement in the Nazi murders of 35 people during World War II.
Jewish World War II Vets to Be HonoredThe Cabinet Sunday approved a memorial site to Jewish soldiers who fought in World War II and helped the victory over the Nazi regime.
WWII Nazi War Criminal Milivoj Asner Dies Free in AustriaThe former head of the Croatian police during World War II, Milivoj Asner, has died a free man in Austria last week at the age of 98.
Dresden Residents Oppose Neo-Nazis, Form Human ChainSome 10,000 people in Dresden formed a human chain to block neo-Nazis and skinheads from marching in eastern Germany on Saturday.
Peres to German Lawmakers: 'Bring Nazis to Justice'Israel's president urged German lawmakers Wednesday to bring the last Nazi criminals to justice as era of the Holocaust begins to close.
Operation Attic: Search for Warsaw Ghetto Items, ArtifactsArchivists at the Museum of the Ghetto Fighters are working frantically to find remains of Jewish life in the Warsaw Ghetto. A call to Anglos.
Magen David Adom Reunites Siblings After 64 YearsLena, 85, and Victor, 73, were too choked up to speak as they first met up again this month after not knowing of each other’s existence since WWII.
"The Ghetto Swinger": A Berlin jazz legend remembersThe recently published, never-before translated book by "Coco" Schumann traces his journey from Berlin's pre-war nightlife to a band in Auschwitz and back to Berlin - and doesn't miss a beat.