The world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, Alice Herz-Sommer, has died at 110. The Prague-born pianist who knew Kafka and lived in Israel for 40 years died in London. She was the subject of a documentary - “The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life” - which is nominated for an Oscar this year.
Nazi scientists helped U.S. test LSD on Soviet spies - Annie Jacobsen’s new book shows
American author compares killing of giraffe to Holocaust. Joyce Carol Oates criticizes killing of healthy giraffe at Copenhagen Zoo, saying Nazi doctors also had ‘reasons’ for their actions.
Perfect fit or bad taste? Lipnitskaya’s gold-winning ‘Schindler’s List’ routine
Israeli Defense Minister Ya’alon hears him discuss Holocaust as a ‘tragically cruel’ event…
Who is ‘righteous’ enough for Yad Vashem? Why has Israel’s national Holocaust memorial authority set such a high bar for recognizing the bravery of non-Jewish rescuers during the Holocaust?
Private letters of SS chief found in Tel Aviv. Hundreds of letters written by Heinrich Himmler to his wife are found, shedding light on the life of Hitler’s second in command.
Why are the Japanese so fascinated with Anne Frank? For many Europeans, Anne Frank is a potent symbol of the Holocaust and the dangers of racism. But the Japanese people tend to connect to her story for fundamentally different reasons.
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