An Israeli filmmaker is working to remember the neglected history of Holocaust victims and survivors in the former Soviet Union.
Stand for Israel Blog - Holocaust
100,000 people (among them, 70,000 Jews) were murdered by the Nazis at Ponar. Smithsonian's Matthew Shaer shares the story of a recently discovered escape from this, the "ground zero of the Holocaust."
Writing at The Jerusalem Post, Rabbi Eckstein says we have a moral responsibility not to forget the survivors of the Holocaust, many of whom still struggle through life.
A look at the experimentation and torture performed on concentration camp inmates by the Nazis in the name of medical research.
In just two days - September 29-30, 1941 - over 30,000 Ukrainian Jews were murdered by the Nazis.