Articles in "Holocaust"

Israel Remembers the 6 Million Jews Murdered During Holocaust

The State of Israel marked the beginning of Yom HaShoah, its national Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day, on Wednesday ...

In First, Israelis and Emiratis Mark Holocaust Remembrance Day in UAE

A special ceremony to mark Yom HaShoah, Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day, was held Wednesday night in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the ...

World’s Jewish Population in 2019 Resembled that of 1925

At the end of 2019, the world's Jewish population numbered 14.8 million, similar to that of 1925, Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics ...

‘Until the Very Last Jew’: Israel Marks 80 Years Since Onset of Mass Annihilation during Holocaust

The State of Israel will mark the beginning of Yom HaShoah, its national Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day, on Wednesday ...

Unique ‘6 Million Steps’ Campaign Memorizes Holocaust Victims, Highlights Surging Anti-Semitism    

In the first campaign of its kind, the Israeli-American Council (IAC) has launched a drive inviting people worldwide to walk or run and ...

Yad Vashem ‘Profoundly Concerned’ by Poland’s Conviction of Holocaust Researchers

Yad Vashem, Israel's Jerusalem-based Holocaust memorial, is "profoundly concerned" regarding the recent verdict rendered by the Polish ...

Yad Vashem Expresses Concern over Legal Procedures Against Polish Holocaust Scholars

Yad Vashem, the Jerusalem-based World Holocaust Remembrance Center, expressed concern over the trial in Poland against Polish researchers ...

US Secretary of State: I Carry the Memory of the 6 Million ‘Every Day in Office’

"Every day that I serve as Secretary of State, I will carry the memory of my stepfather and his family, and of the six million Jewish ...

Bitter Memories of the Holocaust Become Spectacular Series of Embroideries

Jordana Zalewski, a 93-year-old Holocaust survivor who now lives in Jerusalem, turned her difficult memories of the war and her ...

Identity Tags Worn by 4 Jewish Children Murdered at Sobibor Unearthed in Archaeological Excavation

Identity tags worn by four Jewish children who were deported to the Sobibor death camp in Poland and murdered there have recently been ...