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By Monika Scislowska, Associated Press
Hundreds of elderly Holocaust survivors have been forced to flee Ukraine, facing life as refugees again. As Nick Schifrin discovered, some are fleeing to Germany, decades after escaping the same nation. This story was produced in partnership with Retro Report,…
By Nick Schifrin, Morgan Till
The new memoir "Daughter of Auschwitz" tells the harrowing story of one young girl's survival through the Holocaust. Tova Friedman co-wrote the book with correspondent Malcolm Brabant. They joined Judy Woodruff to discuss Friedman's life story.
By Judy Woodruff
Slovakia's Parliament has condemned the mass deportation of Jews from the country to Nazi death camps during World War II. Marking the first transport to Auschwitz on March 25, 1942, lawmakers also asked for the forgiveness of all those who…
By Associated Press
This week marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day to honor the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust. The genocide was also the topic for “Hear Me Out,” a series by LA Times Studios that expands on letters to the editor.
By PBS NewsHour
Heirs to Jewish art dealers say their ancestors were forced to sell the Guelph Treasure to agents of Herman Goering, Hitler's second-in-command, in 1935.
By Vanessa Gera, Aron Heller, Associated Press
World leaders will gather twice over the next several days to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the most notorious of Nazi Germany’s death camps.
By Malcolm Brabant
Seventy-five years ago, tens of thousands of American, European and Canadian soldiers waded ashore France’s foggy northern coast to achieve a pivotal victory against Nazi Germany. In honor of the milestone D-Day anniversary, President Trump and other leaders convened at…
By Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
During World War II, Elinor Powell, an African American nurse, joined the racially segregated army in Jim Crow-era Arizona. The discrimination she faced compounded after she fell in love with Frederick Albert, a German prisoner of war to whom she…
On this edition for Saturday, May 5, U.S. and NATO allies prepare for cyber attacks by investing in war games, and several key positions in the State Department remain unfilled. Also, the Trump administration is ending the temporary protected status…
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