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The announcement Monday came one month after Israel's government decided to allow new flights to Europe. It seems that every Israeli child has to go to Poland to go and see Auschwitz. We can help them with that, the Dublin-based carrier's deputy
Brenda Romero made a board game in her kitchen that she calls Train , but she never intended to show it to anyone...There is no easy way to explain why such a game should exist, and it's certainly unlikely anyone would ever agree to sell it. But it
Philippe Mora wanted to make a movie about his father's exploits in the French Resistance during World War II. However, his plans changed direction when he attended a function in Berlin in 2009 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the fall of the
ments Slew of new investigations leads to Germany's arrest of alleged Auschwitz guard Hans Lipschis was taken into custody Monday for what German authorities said was 'compelling evidence' of his work as a guard at the Auschwitz extermination camp.
German authorities say they have arrested a 93-year-old alleged former Auschwitz guard who once lived in the United States on suspicion of accessory to murder. Hans Lipschis was taken into custody Monday after prosecutors concluded there was "
Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke returns to Mauthuasen birthplace BBC News Eva Clarke remembers having a happy childhood in Wales A woman who was born at Mauthausen concentration camp is returning to the site on the 68th anniversary of its liberation.
She tells her story for the first time in English to the 'Post'. At 85, Leah London Friedler still has a beautiful face and a charming, almost cheeky smile. Her family had always known she survived Auschwitz, but it was long taboo to mention it in
She liked to tell stories and she liked to be the centre of attention and have people around her. 'At school she was called "Mrs Quack Quack" because she talked so much, she even got given lines to write: "I must not talk in class."' 'There were a
Yeshiva World News website My husband and I are moving, leaving the small apartment where I have spent the past 30 years and he the past two. At our new home, renovations are galloping along, making our heads spin. It's an exhilarating period, and
Havdala blessings in the Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot Synagogue in Oswiecim. Poland Michael Freund sat after Shabbat prayers in the 100-year-old Chevra Lomdei Mishnayot Synagogue in the small Polish town of Oswiecim, and told the 36 people in attendance