Rabbi Yisrael Lau talks about the childhood he never had and 10 images engraved forever in his memory.
A pilgrimage to discover my family's roots that the Nazis tried to destroy.
Leah Kaufman's story of unfathomable horror and courage remained locked in memory's vault for half a century, until her granddaughter started asking her questions.
The story of Paul Argiewicz, a teenage Holocaust survivor.
One father. 100 children. 20 years. A story of epic proportions.
Any survivor has at least one miracle story. My father has several.
Facing defeat, the Nazis marched 6,000 Jews. A survivor's account.
How a German company quietly saved their Jewish employees.
We cannot write the future. Only our children can do that.
The true story of a worn-out parachute, resurrected as a magnificent wedding gown.
Defying the Samurai code of honor, Chiune Sugihara risked everything to save Jewish lives.
How I survived in war-time Hungary by posing as a non-Jew.
Germany's highly guarded counterfeiting scheme aimed at toppling the British economy.
The Nazis' plans to perfect the Aryan race began with little Karl and his friends.
Tapestry survived war that ripped family apart.
Irena Sendler is a 97-year-old Polish woman who saved 2,500 Jewish children during the Holocaust.
My father began running when he was a young boy fleeing from the Nazis.
At 16, Sonia Shainwald fled impending slaughter and risked her life as a Jewish partisan fighter.
Over 6 decades after the Holocaust, a brother and sister are reunited.
A recent trip to Poland reveals a chilling tale of murder and salvation.
At a young age, Ben Kamm faced some of he most difficult choices a person may be asked to make.
For some survivors, the war was never over.
Little did I know that my grandfather, a British officer stationed in Palestine in 1943, was a Nazi sympathizer.
For 50 years, Leah Kaufman's war experiences were locked in the vault of her memory, until she forced herself to teach the Holocaust to her fourth grade class.
Gertrude Boyarski: From Frail Girl to Partisan Fighter
Through ingenuity and chutzpah, one man saved lives in the Holocaust. His daughter tells how.
For me, a Holocaust survivor, completing the Talmud testifies loudly and clearly that we Jews are an eternal people, indestructible and everlasting.
As the new Yad Vashem museum opens, a survivor of Bergen-Belsen speaks of Jewish courage, resistance and triumph.
My mother, an ashen-faced skeleton of her former self, constantly repeated the words which became my life's mission: "You must live, you must remember, you must tell the world!"
How a teenager carved out hiding places and executed a split-second escape plan.
As a child of survivors, I am the pain, fear and atrocities, once removed.
With the outbreak of WWII, two alien worlds came together as 500 Jewish children were hosted by Christian families in the British countryside.
No one survived without a miracle.
At 21, Frank Blaichman became a platoon commander, risking his life fighting the German army.
Why the Nazi's paid a life-long pension to a chassidic rabbi, and provided stormtroopers to safeguard his yeshiva.
What is behind the man who brought 1,100 war criminals to justice?
Despite my grandfather's reluctance to talk about his miraculous survival, a remarkable story of Divine providence emerged.
What makes my brother's newborn daughter so special is that nearly 60 years ago, you tried to prevent her from ever being.
Hearing of modern-day "Blood Libels" in the Arabic press reminds me of a painful experience I had in postwar Poland in 1945.