A rare Holocaust diary appears 70 years after being written by its doomed author.
While Herman Goering was killing Jews, his brother worked tirelessly to save them.
After seeing the whole world bleed and collapse in on itself, this cannot be happening. We must jump.
How did a survivor who wouldn’t buy a ticket to Israel afford to commission a Torah scroll all by himself?
My grandfather’s Passover Seder, hiding from Nazis in the Krakow Ghetto.
The incredible determination and faith of Ben Hirsch, a German boy left orphaned by the Holocaust.
I made a vow: If I survived Buchenwald, I would return and kill the mayor’s wife.
My grandfather woke up that morning in Berlin to see the synagogue engulfed in flames.
Moshe Kraus saved tens of thousands of Jews. Why has no one heard of him?
How Zakynthos, a Greek island, hid its Jews from the Nazis.
Disguised as a Nazi, Pinchas Rosenbaum saved hundreds of Jews in Hungary.
We have a duty to educate the world. Here is one survivor’s harrowing story.
My name is Yechiel Michoel Friedman. I was murdered in Auschwitz and don't you ever forget me.
At the age of 1, I survived the selection in the Kovno Ghetto that wiped out a third of the population.
My grandfather’s struggle to survive in Nazi occupied Europe.
Ben Lesser a Holocaust survivor, on living a life that matters.
Dr. Mohamed Helmy, an Egyptian Arab, risked his own life to save a Jewish family during the Holocaust.
A mother who buried her Jewish identity, and her son’s astonishing quest to reclaim it.
Violinist Bronislaw Huberman saved hundreds from the Nazis. The amazing story behind Joshua Bell’s priceless Stradivarius.
As a child, the horrors of the Holocaust mirrored the incendiary chaos of my home life.
How Rabbi Herschel Schacter saved the life of a Jewish boy who grew up to be Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau.
The inspiration behind an Oscar-nominated documentary, Alice Herz-Sommer passed away a week before the Academy Awards at age 110.
Along with the horrors of the Holocaust, we must never forget the courage and unwavering faith.
Born and raised in Poland, I assumed my mother’s Holocaust burden.
The Jews were packed into cattle cars and covered with lime, which burned their flesh right off the bones.
I started on the lower bunk. As more people were killed, space opened up on the upper bunks.
Throughout the gunfire and screaming, I could hear a violin playing and a woman singing.
Had we taken Hitler's book and speeches literally, we might have acted differently.
The Germans' main objective was to humiliate the people and make them targets for vicious beatings.
The remarkable story of a group of Holocaust survivors who hid in one of the world's largest caves.
There are no words to describe their valor, only prayers.
When they posted a photo on a Holocaust victims’ database, they never imagined where it would lead.
How Schaja Kleinberg’s survived the Holocaust and saved a 400-year-old Torah scroll.
“You cannot explain one moment of my survival without miracles.”
The remarkable story of a Jewish boy in the Holocaust and the non-Jewish family that saved him.
Who could define what it meant to be a survivor? I learned the answer from Rabbi Moshe Feinstein.
True stories, passed down as a sacred oral tradition, that capture the Jewish spirit.
My father was the chief rabbi where one of the most violent pogroms in Jewish history took place.
How the Bielski Partisans built a village amidst the Nazi death machine.
The story of Leah Nebenzahl, a hidden child of the Holocaust.