Holocaust

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Left the Gates of Death

Beni Virtzberg was a Holocaust survivor, Israeli soldier, forester, and one of the first Israelis to recount his experiences during the Holocaust in a memoir.

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Goodbye, Children

Father Jacques was a French priest and teacher who used his school to shelter Jews from the Nazis.

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‘Schindlers’ Around the World

Oskar Schindler was not the only person around the world to save Jewish lives during the Holocaust. These five Righteous Gentiles also acted kindly and heroically during World War II.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Remembering the Holocaust

As we proclaim “Never Again,” let us remember that it’s our job to shine the light of God’s love and illuminate our world with justice.

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An End to Childhood

A Polish Jew who survived the Holocaust, Miriam Akavia went on to make aliyah, write about her life, and build bridges that helped fight anti-Semitism.

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Safe Passage to Shanghai

A diplomat called "the Chinese Schindler," Ho Feng-Shan risked his life by issuing lifesaving visas to tens of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.

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5 Christian Holocaust Heroes — Compassion on His Children

The stories of five Righteous Gentiles who saved the youngest lives the Nazis wished to extinguish.

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Glowing Stones to Commemorate Holocaust Across Netherlands

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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The Father of Krav Maga

Because of his own experiences with anti-Semitism in Europe, Imi Lichtenfield made aliyah and developed the Krav Maga self-defense method.

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Relentlessly, Courageously, and with Integrity

Known as "the British Schindler," Nicholas Winton rescued 669 Jewish children on the eve of the Holocaust.

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5 Christian Martyrs of the Holocaust

These five Righteous Gentiles sacrificed their own lives to save the lives of their Jewish brothers and sisters.

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Anne Frank’s Friend Tells How a German Official Saved her Family

Now 92, Laureen writes in her new memoir about Hans Calmeyer, the German lawyer who she says saved her family.

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The Last Survivor of Treblinka

Samuel Willenberg was a Holocaust survivor who was the last remaining witness to the 1943 revolt at the Treblinka death camp, as well as an Israeli artist, sculptor, and writer.

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To Our Last Breath

On New Year's Eve of 1941, a man who would go on to be one of Israel's most beloved sons spoke these words to young people resisting the Nazis.

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Holocaust Survivors Gathered at Western Wall for Hanukkah Candle Lighting

As many as 100 Holocaust survivors gathered at the Western Wall last week to light a Hanukkah candle and celebrate and express their faith, reports the Jerusalem Post.

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At Hanukkah, Holocaust Survivors Keep Memories Alive

From New York to Moscow, Holocaust survivors are joining together in cities around the world to light the Hanukkah menorah, reports the Times of Israel.

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An Actor, an Advocate, and an Ally

Aleksander Zelwerowicz's greatest role was off the stage, when he and his daughter saved a Jewish family from the Nazis.

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From Survivor to the Sports Pages

Noah Klieger survived Auschwitz and other Nazi camps to go on to cover Nazi war crimes trials and Israeli athletics as a journalist.

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A Woman of Great Generosity and Courage

Zofia Kossak was a Christian writer in Poland whose words and actions helped save Polish Jews during the Holocaust.

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Be the Change Makers

A Holocaust survivor is speaking to today's young people to "create a world of unity, respect, and tolerance."

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From Cellar to Supper

Sisters Dora and Shifra Reznik lost their entire family to the Holocaust, and would have lost their lives if not for the kindness of a Tatar family.

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