Never forget!

Wie Deutschland die Erinnerung an den Holocaust wach hält
How Germany keeps the memory of the Holocaust victims alive and is committed to reconciliation.

Online Commemoration

Because of the Coronavirus: Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day is taking place online. Amongst the events will be these moving moments.
Israel

75 faces, 75 years on

Martin Schoeller gives the Holocaust a face. In a new exhibition he presents portraits of 75 survivors. These are their stories.
Israel

“Words are not enough”

46 heads of state, a clear signal: At the 5th World Holocaust Forum politicians from around the world launch an urgent call to fight anti-Semitism.
Mirjam Zadoff heads the Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism
Holocaust Remembrance Day

Don’t lecture, ask questions

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Campaign against anti-Semitism: Berliners wear the kippah
Raising questions

“Anti-Semitism concerns us all”

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Charlotte Knobloch experienced Kristallnacht in 1938 as a child.
Holocaust Remembrance Day

“We cannot take a life in freedom for granted”

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Egyptian doctor Mod Helmy (1901–1982) / Egyptian doctor Mod Helmy saved the lives of Jews in Nazi Germany
Raising questions

The Arab Schindler

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Voices to remind us

It is now 80 years since Kristallnacht – the Night of Broken Glass – and memories are gradually fading. Experts warn against letting this happen.

Lest we forget

Coming together at the scene of horror: Young people from all over the world meet in Dachau, where the Nazis murdered tens of thousands of people.

Preservation of remembrance

Germany and Israel have set up a close working relationship in the area of researching the Shoah. A main recipient of this multifaceted support is Yad Vashem, Israel's living memorial to the Holocaust.

Against hate and fear

Over 80 years separate Holocaust survivor Margot Friedlander and two school students from Berlin. What do they have to say to each other?