Holocaust


Cyclists Retrace Kindertransport Journey to Britain

Almost 80 years after the first “Kindertransport” evacuations of Jewish children to safety in Britain, 42 people set off Sunday on a memorial bike ride that will retrace their journey…

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NY Senate Bill Toughens Holocaust Ed Mandate

Toughening the state mandate for Holocaust studies, the state Senate on Tuesday passed a measure that requires the education department to review how school districts are complying with the law.…

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Elderly German Neo-Nazi Apprehended, Sent to Prison

German authorities say they’ve apprehended a notorious elderly neo-Nazi and taken her to prison to begin serving her sentence for Holocaust denial. Police and prosecutors told the dpa news agency…

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Abbas Offers Apology for Remarks on Jews and Holocaust

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Friday offered an apology after he was accused of anti-Semitism for suggesting that historic persecution of European Jews had been caused by their conduct,…

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German Prosecutors Indict Former Auschwitz Guard

German prosecutors said Monday that they have charged a 94-year-old former SS guard at the Auschwitz death camp as an accessory to murder. Prosecutors in Stuttgart said that the suspect,…

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U.S. Asks Israel to Tone Down Row With Poland

The Trump administration has asked Israel to tone down its protests over Poland’s new Holocaust law, according to a senior official in Yerushalayim quoted by Channel 10 on Thursday night.…

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Trump Issues Proclamation Urging Holocaust Remembrance

U.S. President Donald Trump issued a proclamation on Thursday, Israel’s Holocaust Day, asking Americans to join in remembering the Six Million. The president called on people to “observe the…solemn anniversary…

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