Rebecca Rubin, the first ever Jewish American Girl Doll, educates a new generation on the Holocaust.
An exhibit at Brandeis University honors the lives of girls and women killed in the Holocaust through paintings, photographs, and first-hand accounts given by Holocaust survivor, Luisa Milch.
Learn more about a community of Jewish immigrants who left a lasting cultural impact on the other side of the world.
See pages from Anne Frank’s diary with explanatory notes in this excerpt from the book 100 Documents That Changed the World.
Holocaust survivors have incredibly important stories to tell, and it’s imperative we protect those stories, as well as the people behind them.
Read about how an unlikely discovery and fate worked together to shed light on a Jewish family’s experiences during the Holocaust.
Read about how the experiences of a Holocaust refugee and a Syrian Civil War refugee are bridged by a university exhibit in Wales.
Read about how a teacher’s extraordinary love and courage left behind a legacy that continues to inspire and touch new generations.
The inspiring legacy of Holocaust survivor Arnold Frinland is shared to a worldwide audience via social media.
Andra and Tatiana Bucci, who were 4 and 6 years old when they were taken to a concentration camp, traveled to the U.S. as adults to reunite with their former caregiver, a kind woman they called “Manna.” Read this article about the reunion.
Read about the incredible story of a Holocaust survivor and an American soldier who found love in the midst of War.
Learn about the devastating loss of Borys Romanchenko: Holocaust survivor, grandfather, and dedicated member of the community.
The book that claims to know the identity of Anne Frank’s betrayer is now under scrutiny. Check out this article to find out why.
Learn about how nine remarkable women resisted Nazi occupation and escaped capture.
Read about how, against almost impossible odds, the family of Holocaust survivor Dora Rapaport was finally reunited.
View and read this photo gallery for a timeline of Anne Frank’s life and the historic events that shaped it.
Holocaust survivor and self-proclaimed Happiest Man on Earth, Eddie Jaku, dies at age 101. Read about his extraordinary life and inspiring message.
|Discover the impact and significance of the Netherlands’ first national Holocaust monument.
Survivors and loved ones of victims of the Holocaust recently pushed back against protesters who trivialized it.
Like Anne Frank, Paula Weissman was sent to a Nazi concentration camp as a teenager. Learn about how she made a life for herself after liberation, and explore the site for more powerful stories.