JTA This Jewish gynecologist saved hundreds of pregnant women’s lives in Auschwitz 24 Jul
Dr. Gisella Perl, a Jewish gynecologist in Auschwitz, performed clandestine abortions to save pregnant women from deadly experiments under Dr. Josef Mengele,...
24 Jul
Hadassah Make Your Voice Heard 24 Jul
Hadassah is intensifying its efforts to combat rising antisemitism by collaborating with members of Congress to push for funding civil rights enforcement, de...
24 Jul
JTA Jewish Life Stories: Hostage Alex Dancyg, a Holocaust educator, is confirmed dead in Gaza 24 Jul
Holocaust educator Alex Dancyg, known for his work at Yad Vashem, was abducted by Hamas from his home and confirmed dead in Gaza at 75. Salomon Schulman, a S...
24 Jul
Forward New Holocaust memoir shifts the focus from survivors to descendants 23 Jul
"Irena's Gift: An Epic World War II Memoir of Sisters, Secrets, and Survival" by Karen Kirsten explores the experiences of Polish Jewish survivors and their ...
23 Jul
Forward What I learned about Doug Emhoff by traveling with him to Auschwitz 22 Jul
Doug Emhoff, the second gentleman and potentially the first first gentleman as well as the first Jewish spouse of an American president, has been praised for...
22 Jul
Hadassah One Book, One Hadassah: ‘The Boy with the Star Tattoo’ 22 Jul
"The Boy with the Star Tattoo" by Talia Carner is a historical fiction novel that interweaves three stories set in France and Israel, touching upon Holocaust...
22 Jul
Kveller My Mother Evaded the Holocaust, But the Trauma Lives On In Me 22 Jul
This personal narrative explores the intergenerational trauma stemming from a mother's survival of the Holocaust and its impact on the author. The author ref...
22 Jul
Future of Jewish Since October 7th, I am not the same Jew. 22 Jul
The text discusses the impact of recent events on the author's personal Jewish identity and the broader Jewish community. The writer reflects on a trip to Is...
22 Jul
Jewish History Lectures Who Was Sara Raba of Bordeaux? 21 Jul
Discover the story of Sara Raba of Bordeaux, a symbol of Jewish resilience in 18th century Portugal and France.
21 Jul
Future of Jewish What if people saw Palestinian and Israeli lives as equal? 18 Jul
The text discusses the perspective of seeing Palestinian and Israeli lives as equal, pointing out issues within the Palestinian meta-narrative and the Nakba ...
18 Jul
Kveller The First Trailer for Kate Winslet and Andy Samberg’s Holocaust Movie ‘Lee’ Is Here 18 Jul
The upcoming biopic "Lee" focuses on the life of American photographer Lee Miller during World War II and post-WWII, highlighting her powerful and groundbrea...
18 Jul
JTA YIVO exhibit illuminates a diary kept by a 13-year-old boy in the Vilna ghetto 17 Jul
Yitskhok Rudashevski, a 13-year-old Jewish boy in Vilna, began a diary in June 1941, detailing life in the ghetto as comfort and joy diminished due to war. Y...
17 Jul
Forward Peter Buxton, whistleblower who compared Tuskegee syphilis study to Nazi atrocities, dies at 86 17 Jul
Peter Buxtun, a whistleblower who exposed the unethical Tuskegee syphilis study conducted on Black men, passed away at 86. Buxtun, with a Jewish-Catholic bac...
17 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Review: The Commandants’s Shadow, The dark legacy of Höss is a real zone of interest 17 Jul
"The Commandant's Shadow" is a documentary by Daniela Völker that follows Hans Jürgen Höss, the son of Rudolf Höss, the commandant of Auschwitz, as he grappl...
17 Jul
JTA Jewish New Yorkers remember Dr. Ruth Westheimer as one of their own 16 Jul
Dr. Ruth Westheimer, known for her sex therapy advice and survivor of the Holocaust, passed away at age 96, leaving a lasting impact on New York's Jewish com...
16 Jul
JTA At Dr. Ruth’s intimate funeral, loved ones honor a cherished ‘Mommy,’ ‘Omi’ and friend 15 Jul
Dr. Ruth Westheimer, renowned as a sex expert, was remembered at her intimate funeral as a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend. Eulogies highlighted her ...
15 Jul
Mishpacha Reconstructed on a Dream 15 Jul
The text discusses the legacy of the Klausenburger Rebbe, Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam, who passed away 30 years ago. Known for his unwavering hope and ...
15 Jul
Forward In a young boy’s diary, a record of how Jews lived to the fullest, even in the face of death 15 Jul
Yitskhok Rudashevski, a teenager living in the Vilna ghetto from 1941 to 1943, kept a diary documenting Nazi atrocities, life in the ghetto, and the vibrant ...
15 Jul
Forward Former ‘Bachelor’ contestant Anna Redman apologizes for ‘flippant’ post about what she planned to wear to Auschwitz 15 Jul
Anna Redman, a former contestant on The Bachelor and social media influencer, issued an apology after facing backlash for sharing a flippant Instagram story ...
15 Jul
JTA Former ‘Bachelor’ contestant Anna Redman apologizes for ‘flippant’ post about her Auschwitz visit attire 15 Jul
Former Bachelor contestant Anna Redman issued an apology after facing backlash for posting a flippant Instagram story detailing her outfit plans for a visit ...
15 Jul
Chabad.org The Media WON’T SHOW this… (God Saved Her) 15 Jul
Chana reacts to a story of a woman's miraculous escape from the Nazis, highlighting a perspective not often portrayed in mainstream media.
15 Jul
Lilith Her Haunting Paintings Outlasted the Holocaust and Communism 15 Jul
Margit Anna, a Hungarian Jewish artist born in 1913, defied stereotypes and artistic norms prevalent during the conservative, antisemitic era of the early 20...
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books Kamp Vught: David Koker’s Netherlands 15 Jul
David Koker, a young Jewish poet and translator, along with his family, arrived at Kamp Vught concentration camp in the Netherlands in 1943, where he kept a ...
15 Jul
Jewish Review of Books Swimming through History 15 Jul
Alfred Nakache, a Jewish competitive swimmer born in Algeria in 1915, rose to fame in the 1930s and 1940s for his prowess in the pool, representing France at...
15 Jul
Forward Ruth Westheimer — woman of valor, Lion of Judah and America's most famous sexologist 14 Jul
Ruth Westheimer, known as a Lion of Judah and a prominent sexologist, passed away at 96. Despite facing tragedies as a German Jew during the Holocaust, she f...
14 Jul
Forward Ruth Westheimer, Holocaust survivor who offered grandmotherly sex advice as ‘Dr. Ruth,’ dies at 96 13 Jul
Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor and renowned sex therapist, passed away at the age of 96 in Manhattan. Known for her groundbreaking radio show "Sex...
13 Jul
Jewish Chronicle Legacy of a monster: the real-life story behind The Zone of Interest 12 Jul
"The Commandant's Shadow" is a documentary film by Daniela Völker that delves into the real-life story of Hans Jürgen Höss, the son of the commandant of Ausc...
12 Jul
Jewish Chronicle A saviour’s insights into his Holocaust rescue missions 12 Jul
"Orphans of the Holocaust: Ott Komoly's Diary, Budapest 1944" edited by Thomas Komoly, sheds light on Ott Komoly's heroic efforts during the 1944 German occu...
12 Jul
Jewish History Lectures The Chida meets Jacob Rodrigues Pereira of Bordeaux, France 12 Jul
A video depicting a meeting between the Chida, a famous Rabbi, and Jacob Rodrigues Pereira, a pioneer educator of the deaf and mute in Bordeaux, France, in p...
12 Jul
Hadassah ‘June Zero’: Three Tales Around Eichmann 12 Jul
"June Zero" is a film by Jake Paltrow that explores three interconnected stories related to the captivity, trial, and death of Nazi war criminal Eichmann. Th...
12 Jul
Bonjour Chai headphones Vive l'Omnicause 12 Jul
In a discussion on the podcast "Vive l'Omnicause," the hosts Avi Finegold and Phoebe Maltz Bovy analyze the recent European elections where left-wing parties...
12 Jul
JTA Anne Frank statue in Amsterdam tagged with ‘Gaza’ graffiti 10 Jul
A statue of Anne Frank in Amsterdam was defaced with the word "Gaza" painted in red on its base, sparking condemnation from Mayor Femke Halsema and an invest...
10 Jul
JTA Jewish Life Stories: An Israeli-American soldier falls in battle 10 Jul
Sergeant First-Class Yakir Shmuel Tatelbaum, a 21-year-old Israeli-American soldier from Michigan who died in battle in Gaza, was remembered for his dedicati...
10 Jul
Ami When a Cowboy Hat Meets a Shtreimel // My years with the Klausenberger Rebbe, zt”l 10 Jul
The text discusses the legacy of the Klausenberger Rebbe, particularly focusing on his experiences during the Holocaust, his founding of Laniado Hospital in ...
10 Jul
MomentMag The Art of Diplomacy in a Fragile World with Stuart E. Eizenstat and Amy E. Schwartz 9 Jul
Former Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat and Amy E. Schwartz discuss diplomatic strategies and negotiations in the global arena, focusing on the United States' ...
9 Jul
Mishpacha Jews Keep Singing and Dancing 9 Jul
Over 150 survivors of the Nova Festival gathered for a Shabbaton hosted by Kesher Yehudi at the David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem, supported by the Rieder fam...
9 Jul
Culturally Jewish headphones 'I could not stop crying': Holocaust survivor Maxwell Smart on his life story being made into a movie 9 Jul
Holocaust survivor Maxwell Smart, who endured separation from his family and lived in the woods of Eastern Europe during the Holocaust, saw his life story tr...
9 Jul
Kveller I’m Afraid to Wear My Star of David Necklace. My Daughter Sure Isn’t. 9 Jul
The author reflects on her fear of wearing her Star of David necklace due to past family experiences with antisemitism, while her daughter proudly wears hers...
9 Jul
Moment Book Review | Noah Feldman Explains Us To Ourselves 7 Jul
Noah Feldman's book, "To Be a Jew Today: A New Guide to God, Israel, and the Jewish People," offers a comprehensive exploration of contemporary Jewish identi...
7 Jul
Hadassah Student-Penned Books Keep Holocaust Survivors’ Stories Alive 3 Jul
Deb Bowen, a Christian farmer's daughter, has spearheaded the project "A Book By Me," aiming to preserve Holocaust survivors' stories by pairing middle- and ...
3 Jul
JTA Amateur detectives are invited to join search for a lost Jewish library looted by the Nazis 3 Jul
The Higher Institute for Jewish Studies in Berlin, with its renowned library of 60,000 books, was a hub of Jewish intellectual life before World War II, attr...
3 Jul
Unpacked How did a Jew escape from Auschwitz? | Unpacked 3 Jul
The video tells the story of Walter Rosenberg, later known as Rudolf Vrba, a Jewish prisoner who escaped from Auschwitz with vital evidence of the atrocities...
3 Jul
JTA Far-right German politician fined again for using a banned Nazi phrase 2 Jul
Prominent far-right German politician Björn Höcke has been fined once again for using a banned Nazi phrase, "Everything For Germany." This is the second fine...
2 Jul
Mishpacha Byron and Norris     2 Jul
Byron and Norris were two lonely friends living in a skilled nursing facility, with Norris being a kind and supportive roommate to Byron. Byron was a brillia...
2 Jul
Emes Ve-Emunah Germany 2024 - Not Your Father’s Germany 2 Jul
Younger Germans are engaging in soul-searching about their grandparents' roles during the Holocaust, leading to a more empathetic and remorseful attitude tow...
2 Jul
Ami What We Talk About When We Talk About the Holocaust // Both dachshunds and Great Danes are canines 2 Jul
Hebrew University professor Jonathan Dekel-Chen criticizes the use of terms like genocide and references to Nazis and the Holocaust when discussing Hamas, po...
2 Jul
JTA Jake Paltrow’s ‘June Zero’ depicts Adolf Eichmann’s trial through the eyes of Israelis adjacent to it 27 Jun
"June Zero," directed by Jake Paltrow, offers a unique perspective on the 1961 trial and 1962 execution of Nazi Adolf Eichmann by focusing on Israelis around...
27 Jun
The CJN Daily with Ellin Bessner headphones Long-buried Nazi atrocities, retold in Robert Rotenberg’s new crime novel, have lessons for today 27 Jun
Robert Rotenberg's new crime novel "What We Buried" delves into a long-buried Nazi atrocity in Gubbio, Italy, shedding light on Canada's past of allowing for...
27 Jun
JTA Texas school district agrees to remove ‘Anne Frank’s Diary,’ ‘Maus,’ ‘The Fixer’ and 670 other books after right-wing group’s complaint 26 Jun
A Texas school district in the Rio Grande Valley agreed to remove 676 books, including ones like Anne Frank's Diary, Maus, and The Fixer, following demands f...
26 Jun
JTA Jewish Life Stories: Houston mourns a ‘PR Fairy’ killed in a fall 26 Jun
Susan Farb Morris, a 68-year-old PR executive in Houston known as "The PR Fairy," tragically passed away after a balcony collapse. Her impactful work include...
26 Jun