NY Philanthropists Honored With Holocaust Museum Regional Award

Danielle Schwartz Auerbach and Nicole Pines Lieberman traveled from their homes in Manhattan to the Washington D.C. museum to memorialize the Days of Remembrance, America’s annual commemoration of the...

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U.S. to Deport Former Nazi Guard Living in Tennessee

The U.S. Department of Justice announced on Thursday that a former Nazi concentration-camp guard who was living in Tennessee has been ordered to return to Germany. Following a two-day trial,...

IBS: Global Jewish Population Still Short of Pre-Holocaust Figure

JNS.org – Eighty-one years after the Holocaust, the global Jewish population is still short of the 16.6 million estimated to have been alive on the eve of the war...

Elie Wiesel’s Family Welcomes Signing of Anti-Genocide Act

The signing on Monday of the Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act by President Donald Trump was welcomed by the late Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate’s family. The new...

Germany to Pay Additional $88 Million to Holocaust Survivors

Germany has agreed to pay another $88 million to fund social-welfare services for Holocaust survivors, according to the New York-based Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany on Tuesday. The...

Rivlin Pays Tribute to Danish Rescue of Jews From Nazis on 75th Anniversary

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin on Thursday recounted the extraordinary rescue of more than 7,000 Danish Jews from the clutches of the Nazis in October 1943. Speaking at a ceremony in Denmark marking...

$30 Million More Allotted to Survivors of French Train Deportations

BY RON KAMPEAS WASHINGTON (JTA) — The U.S. State Department is ready to allot the second half of the $60 million in compensation for survivors deported to Nazi camps via...

Israel Marks Holocaust Remembrance Day 2019

As they do every year on Holocaust Remembrance Day, Israelis across the country stood at silent attention on Thursday morning as sirens wailed. On Wednesday evening, as Holocaust Remembrance Day...

92-Year-Old Former SS Guard to Stand Trial for Nazi Crimes

A 92-year-old former SS guard charged with helping murder 5,230 prisoners at a Nazi death camp in World War II will go on trial in October, prosecutors said on Thursday. Bruno...
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