The Holocaust
Mishpacha, ISSUE 437-319
December 05, 2012

Despite reports of kindness to Jews during the Holocaust, he he died an ignoble pariah, linked forever to his brother’s infamy. What was the truth about Albert Goering, the anti-Nazi brother of Hitler’s second-in-command?

Mishpacha, ISSUE 396-278
February 08, 2012

Flatbush’s busiest hub of prayer traces its history to an airless bunker beneath the Slovakian ground, where Rav Yechezkel Shraga Landau carved out a place of holiness and prayer despite the Nazi footfalls overhead. In 2012, his grandsons returned to the tiny hole that was his shelter, finally fulfilling the charge he bequeathed them

Mishpacha, ISSUE 361-243
June 01, 2011

Yosef Kleinman became a surprise witness at the Eichmann trial, sharing a little-known piece of Holocaust history with captivated international listeners and making Kleinman a celebrity of sorts

Mishpacha, ISSUE 361-243
June 01, 2011

What, if anything, is the legacy of the Eichmann trial?

Mishpacha, ISSUE
February 18, 2009

The International Committee of the Red Cross has won three Nobel Peace Prizes. Its stated policy of neutrality has gained it entry into areas off-limits to all other outsiders. But when it comes to the Holocaust and Israel, neutrality is nowhere in sight.