One is set in the world of Sydney Taylor’s All-of-a-Kind Family. One features talking latkes. Both capture the holiday’s promise that light will triumph over darkness.
An heir to Dutch Jewish art dealers says the art was sold to the Nazis under duress but the Dutch government says the works were sold voluntarily.
A man was removed from the Hippodrome Theater in Baltimore after he loudly yelled pro-Hitler slogans during intermission.
Claude Lanzmann’s documentary shares the stories of four women through installments that can be watched independently or together.
Five new books touch on American Jewish identity and what will sustain it into the future.
“The Chosen Ones,” a theater production in Budapest, raises the chilling prospect to investigate anti-Semitism and other prejudices.
A plaza built around the “Monument to Six Million Jewish Martyrs” features sections of train track from Treblinka embedded in the pavement and survivors’ testimony.
The prayer book will be sold next month in New York, and is expected to fetch thousands of dollars.
A search for a lost masterpiece uncovered a woman’s harrowing account of escaping deportation, and possibly death, while spying on a Nazi at close range.