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This week’s column presents the foreword to the new edition of Rabbi Hanoch Teller’s classic, “Heroic Children: Untold Stories of the Unconquerable.” During the Three Weeks, … more
North Woodmere resident Bernard Igielski fulfilled a lifelong dream by meeting a relative of Dr. Berthold Epstein, the man who saved his life four times in Auschwitz. More than 70 people gathered … more
This week’s episode of “Drunk History” features a retelling of the hunt for Adolf Eichmann, the architect of the Holocaust who escaped to Argentina but was eventually captured by … more
The state Senate last week unanimously passed a bill to have the state Education Department tudy — and how — school districts teach their students about the Holocaust. As the legislature … more
Students in Yeshiva South Shore’s Mechina Division were visited by two Holocaust survivors, Jack Nayberg and Dora Siegelman. Rabbi Yoni Escovitz, a seventh grade rebbi at YOSS and rav of … more
HALB eighth graders presented the culmination of their year long “Names Not Numbers” project. This is a unique Holocaust oral history documentary project in which the students themselves … more
A group representing children hidden during the Holocaust slammed the U.S. border policy of separating families seeking asylum. “Separation of the family for us is probably the worst thing … more
HANIA, Crete — On Sunday, 263 candles will be lit at an interfaith memorial service at the city’s historic Etz Hayyim synagogue. The names of local Jews who perished during the Holocaust … more
When Holocaust historians ask what Americans knew, the focus often is on lawmakers, whose initiatives might have mitigated the Nazi genocide. An exhibit that opened last month at the U.S. Holocaust … more
Stories were shared, tears were shed, yet hope and belief emerged as over 300 guests viewed a screening of the Holocaust documentary, “Names Not Numbers, A Movie in the Making,” at … more
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