Shoah
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Nassau County Executive Laura Curran joined local spiritual leaders and members of the North American Board of Rabbis in accepting an invitation from the Foreign Ministry of Germany and the Goethe … more
For Werner Reich, the tragedy began in 1933, five years before Kristallnacht, when his father was stripped of his job and he was banned from going to school. “When Jews were deprived of … more
The Five Towns commemorated the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the night of broken glass, last Wednesday evening at Kehillas Bais Yehudah Tzvi in Cedarhurst. Rabbi Yaakov Feitman, the … more
For the first time, British website MailOnline shed light on Friday on the fates of the four sons of Nazi archcriminal Adolf Eichmann — one of the principal organizers of the … more
He will lie, sir, with such volubility, that you would think truth were a fool,” opines one character about another in William Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well. It is an … more
AMSTERDAM — When her classmates were sent from occupied Holland to death camps, Emmy Korodi and her Dutch-Jewish family were safe in Hungary — one of Nazi Germany’s closest … more
Holocaust Day in 2017 was the first one … more
With the advent of the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, I will dedicate the next two reviews to the history of Holocaust tragedies, as they relate to us and our children. This week I am … more
COPENHAGEN, Denmark — All over the world, Holocaust commemoration events follow a certain protocol. Somber affairs where participants dress in dark colors, they might feature a soulful … more
When German air force pilots took aerial photographs of western Ukraine in 1941, they did it to help Nazi Germany defeat the Soviet Union in a war that saw the genocide of 6 million Jews. But … more
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