Three years into their imprisonment in Africa, the exiles published a book documenting the detention from which they repeatedly tried to escape
How did rare photographs of Polish Jews end up in a French soldier’s photo album?
Rudolf Israel Kasztner negotiated with Adolf Eichmann directly to transport nearly 1,700 Jews from Hungary to Switzerland.
“I will pay you with my blood for homeland and science.”
The bullet was fired by a Gestapo officer during the liquidation of the Ghetto and is now kept in the National Library of Israel.
In 1768, a unique wooden synagogue was constructed in the town of Sniadowo. These images are the last ones that were taken before the building burned to the ground.
Millions of books were stolen by the Nazis during World War II. These books were utilized by the Nazis to “investigate” the “Jewish problem.”
The letter addressed to her brother George was written in English to ensure it would pass through the British military censors.
An anonymous Jew describes the last months of World War II in Amsterdam. This city, once a large and vibrant Jewish center, turns into a ghost town before his eyes, while he and a handful of Jews try against all odds to survive.
59 envelopes attest to the destruction of dozens of Jewish communities throughout Poland. “It is important that the world know that the Poles collaborated with the Germans’ cruel actions during the Holocaust and were fully aware of the horrors.”
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