Scholastic Focus has now come up with a series of stories for middle grade readers written by Joshua M. Greene of girls and women who went through the Holocaust that is not only appropriate for these younger readers but compelling literature.
The moving documentary “Fioretta” is the story of Randol and Joey Schoenberg’s journey to Vienna, Prague and Venice as they trace both sides of their family’s history way back into the 16th century.
Israeli historian Dina Porat has written a fascinating book about a small band of Holocaust survivors who were intent on full-scale revenge.
The fact that Rabbi Marvin Hier is stepping back from his many years at the helm of the Simon Wiesenthal Center is a major transition in American Jewish leadership.
To assert that the Nazi assault against the Jews was not racial is absurd
The author tells the story of three generations of his family, his grandparents, and most especially his grandmother.
The very name of the documentary “They Survived Together,” which premieres at the Museum of Tolerance on April 6, seems to promise a happy ending.
In 1944, during the most intense final period of the murder of the Jews, there was an advertisement in major newspapers: “Jews for Sale.” There were no takers; after all, what was one going to do with these Jews and who would pay for their ransom?