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Alice Herz-Sommer , who was believed to be the oldest-known survivor of the Holocaust, died in London on Sunday morning at the age of 110, a family member said. A film about her has been nominated for best short documentary at next month's Academy
After 69 years, Holocaust survivor Leon Gersten reunites with the Polish man whose family saved him during World War II...Reuters Video Video This is a major step, said Efraim Zuroff, the head Nazi hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Jerusalem,
Poland (JTA) A Polish court ordered four men suspected of hanging anti-Semitic posters in Lublin released from custody. The Lublin Regional Court ruled on Feb. 13 to release the men, who have been in custody since Jan. 24. One of the men who had been
Officers detained the Poles in the eastern city of Lublin and charged them with incitement to hatred, after three of them were caught putting up posters at bus stops reading "Zionists Leave Lublin", police said in a statement. They identified
Poland (JTA) Directors of museums located at the sites of former Nazi death camps are protesting a Polish prosecutor's office decision not to initiate an investigation into the phrase Polish death camps. On Monday, a joint letter to the Polish
13 December 2013 0 View comments A former Nazi concentration camp guard known only as Horst P keeps a photo scrapbook of his time at Dachau and says he had 'fun' there Authorities in Germany have opened a probe into a Nazi concentration camp S.S.
Thanksgiving Service held yesterday at the UTT Graduation Pavilion on OMeara Road, Arima, Ahye quoting from Mark 13:33-37 said it would do parents well to be equally alert and aware of your home, of your family, of your children, of your spouse.
Sol attended a public school strictly for Jewish children, and also went to Hebrew school. At 13, he was apprenticed to a tailor, and he also attended night school for basic military training. In early September 1939, Sol was standing in the family's
Special to the Miami Herald It's hard to believe, but 2013 is almost over and, thankfully, things are definitely looking better than they did this time last year and the year before that. And the year before that Before I go on, let me clarify that
A Polish husband-and-wife team travelled to a dozen countries including Greece, Ukraine and the United States to interview and photograph former prisoners -- and not just Jews -- of various World War II camps. The idea came to them in 2009 at