Study Jewish History
Some non-Jews stood up to the Nazis, and helped their Jewish neighbors, despite grave dangers.
Some groups of Jews organized to fight the Nazis.
With the capture of a Nazi officer, discussion about the Holocaust entered the public realm.
The uses and abuses of Anne Frank's diary.
The controversy over Anne Frank's legacy.
This Nobel-winning Holocaust survivor brought the Holocaust and its survival to the American public.
How the Jews in Palestine responded to Nazi anti-Semitism and genocide, 1929-1945.
How the Nazis incorporated genocide into their conquest of Europe.
Although most jews from core areas of this country survived, those in Bulgarian-occupied territories were deported to death camps.
More than 60,000 Greek Jews — out of a prewar population estimated at 72,000 — were murdered by the Nazis.
A life dedicated to rescue.
The survivors said: "We were liberated, but we are not free."