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Between 1941 and 1944, German soldiers and police shot and killed more than 1 million Jews in Ukraine. The German government now wants to raise awareness of this chapter in history.
After Israeli appeal, Warsaw says it won’t allow British conspiracy theorist to ‘present his opinions’ during planned visit
Moldova's Jewish residents largely fled or were deported to their deaths during the Shoah, and its government has only marked Holocaust Remembrance Day since 2016.
Warsaw’s Reform Rabbi Dr. Walter Rothschild will lead an international group of travelers on a Jewish heritage tour of Poland this coming spring, culminating in the March of the Living on May 2, 2019.
About 70 Volgograd Jews, from school children to Holocaust survivors, took part in a memorial trip organized by city’s Jewish community to two villages, whose Jewish residents were murdered in 1942.
The bill in question requires anyone seeking restitution for nationalized property to be Polish citizens and residents, spouses, children or grandchildren of the original owners.
Auschwitz did not promote Poland as an “attractive tourist destination,” the president of Poland’s national tourist office told the Gazeta Wyborcza daily newspaper.
A plaque honoring French Nazi collaborator Philippe Petain in New York has been removed by order of the city's Mayor Bill de Blasio. Pétain was a hero French general in World War One, but then became a Nazi collaborator.
The ''Initial check” project – dedicated to finding stolen books and their rightful heirs – is a relatively new part of Germany’s government-sponsored search for stolen art.
Russia: Poland is imposing its own understanding of history
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