The Rose that Never Blossomed

A recently published Holocaust diary that wavers between hope and despair.

Fighting Back

Gertrude Boyarski: From Frail Girl to Partisan Fighter

The Day of My Victory

For me, a Holocaust survivor, completing the Talmud testifies loudly and clearly that we Jews are an eternal people, indestructible and everlasting.

Rebbetzin Jungreis on the Holocaust

As the new Yad Vashem museum opens, a survivor of Bergen-Belsen speaks of Jewish courage, resistance and triumph.

The Death March

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!"

The Japanese Convert

One of World War II's most unusual heroes.

How I Survived the Kovno Ghetto

How a teenager carved out hiding places and executed a split-second escape plan.

The Survivor

As a child of survivors, I am the pain, fear and atrocities, once removed.

The Children's Ark

With the outbreak of WWII, two alien worlds came together as 500 Jewish children were hosted by Christian families in the British countryside.

Profile of a Jewish Partisan

At 21, Frank Blaichman became a platoon commander, risking his life fighting the German army.

The Protected Rabbi

Why the Nazi's paid a life-long pension to a chassidic rabbi, and provided stormtroopers to safeguard his yeshiva.

Tribute to Simon Wiesenthal

What is behind the man who brought 1,100 war criminals to justice?

The Survivor

Despite my grandfather's reluctance to talk about his miraculous survival, a remarkable story of Divine providence emerged.

A Letter to Hitler

What makes my brother's newborn daughter so special is that nearly 60 years ago, you tried to prevent her from ever being.

Blood Libel in Poland, 1945

Hearing of modern-day "Blood Libels" in the Arabic press reminds me of a painful experience I had in postwar Poland in 1945.

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