Silence is Not an Option

Born and raised in Poland, I assumed my mother’s Holocaust burden.

Operation Texas: LBJ’s Mysterious Mission to Save Jews

Did Lyndon B. Johnson secretly rescue hundreds of Jews on the eve of the Holocaust?

Poland, Guilt and the Holocaust

Making it a crime to imply any Polish culpability for Nazi crimes denies the historical record.

Was the Holocaust a Uniquely Jewish Tragedy?

The extermination of the Jews was not a means to any end; it was an end in itself.

Winton's Children

Nicholas Winton saved 669 children from the Holocaust. In this moving clip he meets them for the first time.

Lola Lieber: Faithful Holocaust Heroine

A glimpse into the eventful, fearless life of an indomitable survivor.

The Nuremburg Trials: 70 Years Later

A brief primer on the historic War Crime Trials.

The Priest Uncovering Hidden Atrocities of the Holocaust

Father Patrick Desbois has dedicated his life to unearthing unmarked Jewish mass graves in Eastern Europe.

Survivor of the Voyage of the Damned

Henry Gallant was a passenger on the doomed SS St. Louis that fled Nazi Germany but was refused entry.

A Taste of Better Times to Come

A feast of rotten potatoes in Leipzig.

Choose Life: A Documentary about Leah Kaufman

The miracle of survival, faith and the wisdom of a remarkable lady who knows how to live. (Adult discretion advised)

The Unfinished Diary: A Chronicle of Tears

A rare Holocaust diary appears 70 years after being written by its doomed author.

Why Didn't the Allies Bomb Auschwitz?

One possible answer to Pope Francis’s question.

Jewish Women on a Train

After seeing the whole world bleed and collapse in on itself, this cannot be happening. We must jump.

The Holocaust Torah

How did a survivor who wouldn’t buy a ticket to Israel afford to commission a Torah scroll all by himself?

My Holocaust Revenge

I made a vow: If I survived Buchenwald, I would return and kill the mayor’s wife.

Passover in Hell

My grandfather’s Passover Seder, hiding from Nazis in the Krakow Ghetto.

L'Chaim: The Dov Landau Story

In Poland, a Holocaust survivor shares his harrowing experiences with young Jews.

Bobby’s Story: Living with Faith after the Holocaust

An Auschwitz survivor shares her faith with the Next Generation.

Mocking the Holocaust

There is a recent trend to trivialize and mock the Holocaust through art. What’s behind these shocking depictions?

The Surviving Tree

Fanny and Jerry Goose’s story of surviving the Holocaust.

Finding Home

The incredible determination and faith of Ben Hirsch, a German boy left orphaned by the Holocaust.

The Holocaust's Foremost Unsung Hero

Moshe Kraus saved tens of thousands of Jews. Why has no one heard of him?

Angels in the Dark

The amazing story of survival in the sewers of Lvov.

The Execution

An eyewitness account of a public hanging carried out by the Nazis.

Walking with the Enemy

Disguised as a Nazi, Pinchas Rosenbaum saved hundreds of Jews in Hungary.

Dachau’s Stolen Sign

As the last generation to know Holocaust survivors, the theft reminds us of our responsibility to preserve their memories.

Everything Is a Present

The inspiration behind an Oscar-nominated documentary, Alice Herz-Sommer passed away a week before the Academy Awards at age 110.

Murdered at Auschwitz

My name is Yechiel Michoel Friedman. I was murdered in Auschwitz and don't you ever forget me.

The Violin that Witnessed History

Violinist Bronislaw Huberman saved hundreds from the Nazis. The amazing story behind Joshua Bell’s priceless Stradivarius.

Responding to Holocaust Denial

We have a duty to educate the world. Here is one survivor’s harrowing story.

The Jews of Zakynthos

How Zakynthos, a Greek island, hid its Jews from the Nazis.

Denmark & the Holocaust

One country saved its Jews. Were they just better people?

Zachor: We Will Never Forget

Ben Lesser a Holocaust survivor, on living a life that matters.

Running from Giants

My grandfather’s struggle to survive in Nazi occupied Europe.

Making Germany Pay

The Germans should pay for their successive degradation of our humanity, but reparations are a mean and cruel salve.

Defeating Evil

At the age of 1, I survived the selection in the Kovno Ghetto that wiped out a third of the population.

Hitler on Trial

With the American press whitewashing the Nazi dictator, Jewish organizations staged a mock trial at Madison Square Gardens.

Nazi Collaborator or Hero?

Claude Lansmann’s film, The Last of the Unjust, explores the moral ramifications of Benjamin Murmelstein’s pact with the devil.

Six Million Jews

Can the Holocaust be told using just one word: Jew?

Barbed Wire Haven

The Oswego refugee camp looked like a concentration camp, but it was the one bright light within a dark and shameful presidential policy.

Requiem for a Nightmare

A story of survival and a libretto for six million.

Poland, Women & the Holocaust

Three groundbreaking works reveal disturbing facts about the perpetrators of genocide.

The Book of Fire

As a child, the horrors of the Holocaust mirrored the incendiary chaos of my home life.

Nazis on the Run

How Nazis evaded justice with the help of the Vatican and the Red Cross.

Honoring an Arab Righteous Gentile

Dr. Mohamed Helmy, an Egyptian Arab, risked his own life to save a Jewish family during the Holocaust.

When Himmler Resisted Hitler

The largely overlooked story of how Heinrich Himmler saved thousands of Jews at the end of WWII.

Why Pursue Justice against Aging Nazis?

Efraim Zuroff wants the world to know that injustice won't be tolerated.

Liberating Buchenwald

How Rabbi Herschel Schacter saved the life of a Jewish boy who grew up to be Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau.

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