DALLAS (RNS) — Holocaust survivors themselves have been the most effective way to bring the Holocaust's horrors home. New technology now makes it possible to capture their stories in perpetuity.
JERUSALEM (RNS) — The race against time has prompted a program to take survivors back to their hometowns in Europe to film their recollections of the places where they experienced the catastrophe most acutely.
LUCKAU, Germany (AP) — With the number of survivors dwindling and schoolchildren today at least three generations removed from the Nazis, young Jews are being tapped to put a modern take on an old message.
HAIFA, Israel (RNS) Assistance from Christian organizations is more vital than ever, as the needs of this elderly population grow.
LVIV, Ukraine (RNS) New monuments to Ukrainian Jews killed by the Nazis give family members a place to visit and pay their respects, seven decades later.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Adult survivors of the Holocaust are largely gone, and those who survived as children won't be around much longer. That's why when the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum marks its 20th anniversary Monday, museum officials say it's likely to be one the last large gatherings of survivors.