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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We Are All Human Beings

A new book of unseen photos taken by American soldiers during World War II documents the last year of the war, including the liberation of those who survived the Holocaust.

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Like a Ray of Sunshine

Simone Stolze-Coque was a French nurse who rescued and aided Jewish children during the Holocaust.

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An Immediate Shortage of Bread

A diary excerpt from this day in 1941 tells the sad story of life for Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto.

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When Holocaust Survivors Join Students in Theater Class

Writing at the Times of Israel, Rich Tenorio tells us more about a Holocaust documentary by filmmaker Oren Rudavsky called ‘Witness Theater’ that puts high schoolers and Holocaust survivors in conversation with one another for powerful storytelling.

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Austria’s Oldest Holocaust Survivor Dies at 106

He will be remembered for his courage and strength to tell his story, educating younger generations on one of the darkest chapters in history.

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Photo Friday: Standing with Israel on the Soccer Field

To commemorate the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht, a Brazilian soccer team adorned its stadium and uniforms to stand in solidarity with the Jewish people.

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Holocaust Survivor Receives Death Threats

An elderly Italian survivor of the darkest chapter in Jewish history is being guarded after receiving hundreds of threats via social media.

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‘I Loved Justice and Hated Injustice’

Armin T. Wegner was the only writer in Nazi Germany who publicly raised his voice against the persecution of the Jewish people during the Holocaust.

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The First Female Rabbi

The first woman to be ordained as a rabbi, Regina Jonas would be arrested and murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust.

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92-Year-Old WWII Rescuer Meets the Jews She Saved During the Holocaust

After all these years, Melpomeni Dina had a chance to meet the Israeli siblings who she helped save during the Holocaust reports CBN News.

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All Alone Without You

The millions of deaths in Eastern Europe during World War II had a drastic effect on the Jewish community still being felt today.

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🎥 Rescue at the Warsaw Zoo 🐘

Jan and Antonina Zabinski used their positions at the Warsaw Zoo to save the lives of Polish Jews during the Holocaust.

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Why a Children’s Author Wrote a Holocaust Story

Renowned young adult novelist R.J. Palacio talks about why her latest book deals with the darkest chapter of the Jewish people's history.

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From Kindertransport to Kibbutz

An Israeli community made up of many who survived the Holocaust as children is now a large maker of carpentry products for Jewish houses of worship around the world.

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A Real Life Wonder Woman

A Christian nurse who saved more than 2,500 Jewish children from the Nazis during WWII, Irena Sendler will be played on the big screen by Israeli actress Gal Gadot.

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Safety in an Artist’s Studio

Istvan Szonyi was a renowned painter and art professor who used his studio to shelter Jews during the Holocaust.

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What It Meant to Sound the Shofar at Auschwitz

During the Holocaust, every act of faith was also an act of resistance — and a miracle.

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A Shofar That Defied the Nazis

A Holocaust survivor's daughter brings forth a relic of Auschwitz and her father's story of the power of faith in the face of death.

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A Russian Princess and Righteous Gentile

Sofka Skipwith was born into royalty, interned by the Nazis, and worked to save Jews during the Holocaust.

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