Israeli officials praise the monarch’s decision to incorporate education about the Holocaust into his country’s curriculum
The first seminar, which concluded on June 7 in Jackson, Miss., compared the exclusionary policies of Nazi Germany with the Jim Crow laws operating during the same time period in the United States.
The bill passed in Poland’s Senate less than a week after its approval by the lower house of the Polish parliament.
The students, from Jerusalem’s Boyer High School, originally volunteered on the archaeological dig in order to raise funds for a class trip to Poland.
The tour includes some of the Holocaust’s most notorious sites.
If there is one thing that can be found among the survivors, it is their strength and resilience.
A daylong seminar entitled “Living with Dignity” was held at the European Parliament in Brussels, focusing on European Holocaust Survivors and the restitution of stolen property.
“There was a straight road to Auschwitz,” says Wendy Lower. “When you look back, the Holocaust was inevitable.”
Rabbi Moshe Shimon Pessach was a rabbinic and communal leader in Greece whose efforts saved the Jewish community of Volos, a coastal port city, from the German Nazis.
Given the current climate of rising anti-Semitism in Europe and elsewhere, is it too offensive and dangerous to reissue Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” autobiographical manifesto?