Yad Vashem Identifies 4 Million Holocaust VictimsYad Vashem has managed to identify two-thirds of the Jews murdered in the Holocaust; 1.5 million names added in past decade.
From Nazi Germany to Beit Shemesh: The Mansbach ChanukiyahThe Mansbach family Chanukiyah faced down the Nazi flag in Germany - and survived to reach the Land of Israel intact.
Europe: Archive Project to Ease Holocaust ResearchA European-wide project aims to ease access to Holocaust records, records will be put online for public access.
Yad Vashem Honors Dutch Couple as Righteous Among NationsThe Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum has honored a Netherlands couple with a posthumous Righteous Among the Nations award.
Chinese Educators Study the Holocaust at Yad VashemFor the first time ever, a group of Chinese educators has begun a two-week course on the Holocaust at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem memorial center.
An End to Holocaust Denial for Palestinian Authority YouthA small grassroots movement is taking shape among Palestinian Authority students who are reaching out for information about the Holocaust.
Yad Vashem Breathing Life into Destroyed Jewish CommunitiesMunkacs is the latest Jewish Community to be 'revived' in its pre-Holocaust form on the Yad Vashem website.
Yad Vashem to Honor Indigenous Australian Who Protested NazisYad Vashem is to honor William Cooper, an Australian Aborigine who led a one-of-a-kind protest against Nazi policy.
Chabad Renews Effort to Make Senior Nazi a Righteous GentileNew book shows that German intelligence commander saved hundreds of Jews in addition to Chabad Rebbe.
Rabbi Lau's Rescuer Named 'Righteous of the Nations'The man who rescued future Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau in Buchenwald will be recognized this week as “righteous of the nations.”