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 Prisoners in the concentration camp at Sachsenhausen, Germany, December 19, 1938. Heinrich Hoffman Collection.

Two Holocaust survivors tell their tale in a new short documentary

By Julia Gergely/JTA
Police stand guard outside a synagogue in Krystalgade in Copenhagen, February 15, 2015.

Holocaust memorial in Denmark defaced with antisemitic graffiti, Palestinian flag

 Michael Rothwell the director of the Holocaust and the Jewish museums in Porto (left) and Sebastião Feyo (right) president of the Porto municipal assembly, with the school students

Portuguese Holocaust museum marks anniversary of Kristallnacht

 Israeli soldiers look up at pictures of victims of the Holocaust at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial centre, ahead of the Holocaust Remembrance Day starting this evening, at the Hall of Names, in Jerusalem April 27, 2022.

Rising death toll in Gaza is tragic, but Holocaust scholars should know it's not genocide - opinion

 POPE PIUS XII appears in an undated file photo from the archives of Vatican newspaper ‘Osservatore Romano.’

New book reveals Pius XII's complicity during Holocaust

 Top left: Author Alex Teplish; bottom left: A page from Teplish's book which shows the visual effect of remembering his grandfather's story and the Holocaust; top right: The cover of the book; Bottom right: An advertisement of the book and website

Storyteller Alex Teplish reinvents Holocaust education for new generations

TAL KANTOR filming at a Free Farm for pigs

21st Warsaw Jewish Film Festival brings Israeli talents

 Borka Marinkovic, far left, talks about her experiences as the daughter of Holocaust survivors with a group of Serbian teachers during an August 2023 TOLI education seminar in Šabac, Serbia.

As nationalism rises in Serbia, a Holocaust education seminar for teachers gets more popular

 THE WRITER visits Elie Wiesel in his office.

There's no Jewish leader that spoke for us with as much integrity as Elie Wiesel - opinion

Visitors seen at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem on April 16, 2023, ahead of Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Israel expands Holocaust testimony project, allocates NIS 7 million

Visitors seen at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem on April 16, 2023, ahead of Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Yad Vashem drops US partner after $80 million endowment unpaid

 CONTEMPLATING THE enormity of the murder of six million Jews at Yad Vashem.

Why keeping Yad Vashem apolitical is a necessity - editorial

 Yad Vashem Chairman Dani Dayan speaking at The Jerusalem Post Annual Conference on June 5, 2023.

Holocaust scholars call on Israel to maintain Yad Vashem's independence - exclusive

Vilhelm Junnila meets the press at a Finnish parliament in Helsinki, Finland, June 28, 2023.

After leading minister joked about Nazis, Finland moves to criminalize Holocaust denial

 A blast is seen near a TV tower adjacent to the Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Kyiv, Ukraine March 1, 2022.

Ukraine-Russia War has been a disaster for Holocaust research - opinion

 Fortnite game graphic is displayed on a smartphone in front of Apple logo in this illustration taken May 2, 2021.

A Holocaust museum is launching in Fortnite. Can video games fight antisemitism?

People waving Nazi swastika flags argue with conservatives during a protest outside the Tampa Convention Center, where Turning Point USA's (TPUSA) Student Action Summit (SAS) is being held, in Tampa, Florida, US July 23, 2022

'I don't believe in Germans:' Satirical news report mocks Holocaust deniers

 Windows at the Foundation for Memorial Sites in Lower Saxony, in the town of Celle, Germany, were found vandalized, Aug. 15, 2023.

Windows shattered at headquarters of Holocaust memorial site foundation in Germany