As international ceremonies commemorateHolocaust Remembrance Day today, a new report revealed the sobering reality that, with little safety nets available, nearly one-third of an estimated 189,000 Holocaust survivors in Israel are poor.
By PBS NewsHour
Maria Stroinska was 12 when she was sent to the Nazi concentration camps at Auschwitz. Imre Varsanyi was 14 and the only member of his family to survive. Zofia Wareluk was born in the camp, two weeks before thousands of…
When the Nazis occupied Czechoslovakia in 1939, tens of thousands of Jews applied for visas to anywhere. Among them, Paul Strnad and his wife Hedy, a dress designer. Ultimately, neither would get a visa to leave Czechoslovakia. Now, in an…
By Justin Scuiletti
In Poland Monday, thousands of students, among many others, marched between Auschwitz and Birkenau in memory of the millions killed during the Holocaust.
Margaret Warner reflects on the life of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
The new film "No Place on Earth" tells the incredible story of a small group of Jews who literally went underground, into caves, to escape the horrors of the Holocaust.
As Mladic Stands Trial, 'In One Sense, the War Criminals Won'…
Holocaust Survivor: Hatred, Tyranny Continue 'Every Single Day'…
By Larisa Epatko
On Jan. 27, 1945, Soviet troops liberated Auschwitz -- a sprawling complex containing 48 labor and extermination camps where more than 1 million people were killed during the Holocaust.
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