The Holocaust is an example of a genocide, but is not synonymous with the term.
Herman Grossman arrives at Auschwitz in May 1944. He is the small young child on the left who appears to hold a cup. It was only a few weeks ago that a chief prosecutor from the infamous Nuremberg Trials turned 101. Within a year of being born, Ben Ferencz and his family emigrated from the [...]
A version of this article was originally published at Daily Caller For the first time, and at 95 years of age, Henry Langrehr, a World War II paratrooper who was captured and forced into brutal slave labor, tells his story for the world, even the parts that he is ashamed of. After escaping a labor [...]
As the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor, I know how important it is to study the Holocaust. Part of that education is visiting the United States Holocaust Museum, requesting records from Yad Vashem on my grandfather, and hopefully one day vising Auschwitz and Buchenwald where my family was interned and killed. Another portion of Holocaust [...]