At just seven years old, Miriam Schreiber, now 88, witnessed the Nazis invading Poland. Years later, after the war, she wanted to complete her education, but never had the opportunity – until now.
This Holocaust survivor had a Zoom call with the family of the American soldier who encouraged her with a message of hope after being liberated during WWII.
Writing at The Christian Post, Yael Eckstein tells a family story of God intervening when His people suffer.
In an effort to preserve Holocaust artifacts for future generations, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum asked New Yorkers for any photos, letters, or documents from this era.
A new book explains how young women were deceived during the Holocaust, so that they would show up for the first transport of Jews to Auschwitz.
Writing at TIME magazine, Helen Epstein says why “stumbling stones” – which are meant to commemorate lives lost in the Holocaust – continue to “surprise, provoke, and trigger reflection.” And why she chose for her own loved ones who perished in the Holocaust to be honored in this way.
Yad Vashem and Facebook partner to create an IRemember Wall to commemorate Holocaust victims.
Even as the number of Holocaust survivors dwindles, we are inspired to know the world hasn’t forgotten and that the 75th anniversary of Auschwitz’s liberation is being commemorated by many across the globe.
The Times of Israel reports on a new light display that will commemorate the Holocaust for International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which falls on January 27th.
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