Holocaust

On October 5, 1952, a man carrying a briefcase containing a clock and explosives was apprehended near the Foreign Office in the government quarters of Tel Aviv. The man’s name […]

(Continued from last week) The book provides a list of the members of the Rebbe’s family who were murdered in Przemyslany and elsewhere accompanied by the following note: “Strikingly similar […]

Author of Warsaw Ghetto Diary Dr. Hillel Seidman, one of the best-known religious Jewish writers and journalists died Monday, Ellul 2, (August 28) in New York. He was reported to […]

The hunter is here. He has been instrumental in apprehending some thousand German War criminals. He spent years in tracking down Adolf Eichmann. Tuviah Friedman is still hunting. “Thousands of […]

(Reporting from Hungary) Last week’s memorial assembly in Budapest was an outstanding event. Jews of Hungary, Hungarian Jews who settled in other countries and leaders of the Hungarian people met […]

“I paint with one brush and two colors. The brush is my heart. The colors are the blood and fire of Treblinka, Maidanek and Auschwitz.” Shaul Banay has been painting […]

Zvi Yair: An anonymous Hebrew Poet I have in front of me a volume of Hebrew poetry entitled “Gesharim” (Bridges). It was printed in Debrecen, Hungary, in 1942, and was […]

Next Sunday, July 3, commemorative ceremonies on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the destruction of Hungarian Jewry will be held in Budapest. The commemoration will take place at the […]

I was a “Rabbi Schoenfeld Kind.” After the Kristallnacht pogrom of November, 1938, the British government declared its readiness to admit several thousand Jewish children into Great Britain. The Chief […]