Thousands of youth from Israel, the United States and other countries marched Thursday between Auschwitz and Birkenau, the two parts of Nazi Germany's most notorious death complex, to honor the millions killed in the Holocaust.
Akira Kitade is a former Japanese tourism executive who still relishes the opportunity to show a newcomer the cultural sights of Tokyo. He also delights in showing off photos of his new grandchild and extended family.
What are the moral and artistic limits faced by a novelist, filmmaker, historian or artist in depicting the Holocaust?
Leave it to the artists and attorneys at Temple Israel of Hollywood (TIOH) to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day by introducing — or reintroducing — a man once considered to have been a Jewish antihero of World War II.
Mort Zuckerman, chairman/editor-in-chief of U.S. News and World Report and publisher of the New York Daily News, tours The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Library prior to speaking as part of the Center for Public Affairs Reagan Forum Series on April 13. Photo courtesy The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation