The Nazis established 44,000 concentration camps and other incarceration sites during the Holocaust.
The woods of Babyn Yar are no less haunting or hallowed than the concentration camps synonymous with the Holocaust. Yet for decades, Babyn Yar was buried both metaphorically and literally.
The survey also found that 59 percent believe something like the Holocaust could happen again.
An "educational challenge," the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum said now is not the time to shame young people about their actions.
Kolbe offered to replace the man in a starvation cell after hearing him cry out to be saved, because he had a family.
Claims Conference launch #NoDenyingIt campaign urging that denial of atrocity which killed six million Jews be classed as hate crime on the platform
The Republican Party of Minnesota said a Wabasha County GOP Facebook page was not targeted by hackers, as party leaders said they initially believed.
We should always be wary to make Holocaust comparisons, but the evidence of ethnic cleansing and genocide by China's communist regime is too overwhelming to ignore.
Red inverted triangles were used to identify political prisoners in concentration camps during the holocaust, as other symbols were used to identify other people imprisoned in concentration camps.
The president is expected to sign the Never Again Education Act to increase Holocaust education.
A Twitter trend emerged late Monday in France which translates to English as "If I Was Jewish," prompting outcries of unchecked anti-Semitism just days after French lawmakers passed sweeping online anti-discrimination legislation.
Thirty-four-year-old Evan Rosenberg founded the charity after receiving a letter from his grandma recounting a family story from the Holocaust.
They are accused of taking the vast sum of money from the late Flordia woman's credit cards, bank, and brokerage accounts before she passed away in 2018.
Margit Buchhalter Feldman, who lived in New Jersey and educated children about World War Two, was two months away from celebrating her 91st birthday.
Rabbi Romi Cohn was hailed as "a role model to the Jewish community" after being struck down by COVID-19 on Tuesday.
"As a bookseller, we provide customers with access to a variety of viewpoints, including titles that serve an important educational role in understanding and preventing anti-Semitism," Amazon told Newsweek Monday.
In one scene in the opening episode of the Amazon Prime Video series, Jewish prisoners are forced into a deadly game of human chess.
The archives, which open on March 2, chronicle a fraught period for the Vatican, during which time it remained silent about the Holocaust.
Fred Deutsch, who represents South Dakota's 4th District in the state House, is trying to pass a bill banning surgery on transgender children under the age of 16.
Marginalized groups are strongest when they advocate for one another
Sidney Zoltak, 89, said he is worried about global indifference towards hateful politics and modern genocides.
Agi Geva, 88, survived concentration camps, slave labor and death marches after being taken from her home in Hungary.
It's the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, but a recent poll says only 45 percent of Americans know 6 million Jewish people died during the Holocaust.
The diaries of Friedrich Kellner were translated and published by his grandson Robert Scott Kellner, detailing his opposition to the Nazi regime. January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Decades after the end of the Holocaust with the closure of Nazi concentration camps U.S. forces helped liberate, the number of hate crimes against Jews in America hits a record high.
What is impressive about the range of activity of the week (in both geography and substance) is how strong Vice President Pence's messages have been.
Numerous world leaders, dignitaries and royals have traveled to Israel for the World Holocaust Forum marking 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.
"As racist ethnonationalism and white supremacy grows across the world, this study is an urgent and unsettling reminder of how little history is informing our understanding of today," Rabbi Alissa Wise told Newsweek.
And fewer than half can name how Hitler came to power.
More than half of those surveyed also believe a new Holocaust could happen today somewhere in Europe.