ITN reports, “Director Steven Spielberg talks at UN Holocaust Remembrance Day”
As I write this commentary on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, I am almost speechless, which, as anyone who knows me could tell you, is rare. I am upset and, quite frankly, outraged, not because the day brings up reflectionsShow More Summary
A man visits the snow covered Holocaust Memorial at the International Holocaust Remembrance Day in Berlin, Jan. 27, 2014. [AP Photo] The horrors of the Holocaust continue to reverberate some 70 years later. As I reflect on all the lives...Show More Summary
Horrible. In the video below, "Juif" -- their favorite word -- means Jew, of course. The first thing said is Juif, casse-toi, La France n'est pas à toi! This means something like: "Jew, get the hell out, France is not...
Auschwitz survivors and Israeli officials marked 69 years since the liberation of the Nazi death camp on Monday. A ceremony was held at the Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. International Holocaust Remembrance Day was established by the United nations in memory of some six million Holocaust victims. Show More Summary
I am overwhelmed, at Auschwitz, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, where I join somberly with fellow Israeli leaders to remember and to learn lessons for the future.
"We were friends, I thought. And here she was with the others in the mob!" As you enter the new exhibit at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., you see an image of lovely young girls dressed up for a dance class. Some of the girls are Jews and some are not, but you can't tell which are which. Show More Summary
When is a book not a book? Or a memorial not a memorial? These seem key questions to ask on this, International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and perhaps especially in regard to Phil Chernofsky’s “And Every Single One Was Someone,” a 1,250-page oversized hardcover inscribed with 6 million words, every one of which is “Jew.”
TODAY IS INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY. Of course when I think about it, what I comes to mind first isn’t the Holocaust, but my own memories of growing up Jewish and feeling conflicted about so many things. On one hand I felt a connection to the people I went to Sunday School with, [...]
(Arrival at Auschwitz concentration camp 1944: Wikipedia) Today, January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day recognized by the United Nations and in many European nations. Here’s the story From the Debka File: Memorial services and ceremonies take place at the UN, led by the UN Secretary, in Britain, the EU and other parts of […]
Monday is International Holocaust Remembrance Day (in the U.K., Holocaust Memorial Day). The World War II generation of the de Wind family was immensely and disproportionately affected by the Holocaust. On the occasion of this solemn...Show More Summary
For most Americans, today is national Holocaust Remembrance Day. For Charles Stein of Springfield, who escaped Nazi-occupied Austria as a college student in 1938, that day is also Feb. 28. That day, in 1942, his parents were killed by the Nazis. Read full article >>
New York’s police department is questioning a suspect in the mezuzah burnings that occurred in Brooklyn on Monday, which was Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day.
April 8 was Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah). It is the solemn occasion of the 70th year marking the murder of six million Jews and the uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto. Survivors like Werner are the last eyewitnesses, they are our most precious resource.
Why Holocaust Remembrance Day is becoming irrelevant Holocaust Remembrance Day came and went, but the holiday known abroad as Yom HaShoah is facing irrelevance. http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/tygrrrr-express/2013/apr/9/why-holocaust-remembrance-day-becoming-irrelevant/ eric
A dozen mezuzahs were burned in a Brooklyn apartment building yesterday, which was Holocaust Remembrance Day. The NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incident, which took place in the afternoon at 85 Taylor Street in the Taylor-Wythe Houses in South Williamsburg. Show More Summary
On this Holocaust Remembrance Day [April 7, 2013], remember the six million Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust for [...]
If we Jews and all other citizens of humanity actually mean the words we speak when we say, "never again," then we must take a stand, today, and actively choose to care and to defend justice by celebrating the uncelebrated and by protecting...Show More Summary
Post by Emily AbbateToday millions of Americans remember the more than 6 million Jews that perished during World War II by observing Holocaust Remembrance Day. It's a scary thing to think that there are people who deny the horrific events of the Holocaust ever happened or that the Diary of Anne Frank is a forgery. Show More Summary
(David Bernstein) Four years back, I post the following: Tonight marks Holocaust Remembrance Day, so I thought I’d recount the little I know about the closest relative I know of who was murdered, my great-grandmother’s sister, Chana Basia (Anna) (Tetenbaum) Bogusz. Show More Summary