World  /  Published 23.07.22

In memory of holocaust victims

Seven trees memorialising people who died at Buchenwald during the Holocaust were chopped down on Tuesday near the former concentration camp outside Weimar, Germany, in what the International Committe...
By Claire Fahy in New York

World  /  Published 06.05.22

'Putin apologised for Lavrov remarks'

The Israeli government said on Thursday that President Vladimir V. Putin apologised to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett of Israel for remarks by Russia’s top diplomat that Jews were “the big...
By Isabel Kershner and Ivan Nechepurenko

World  /  Published 03.05.22

Lavrov’s Jew slur angers Israel

The Israeli Prime Minister, Naftali Bennett, condemned on Monday a recent claim by the Russian foreign minister, Sergey V. Lavrov, that Jews were “the biggest antisemites”. The Israeli fo...
By Myra Noveck in Jerusalem

World  /  Published 28.04.22

Israel: Holocaust on TikTok

Gidon Lev captures some of his memories on TikTok with music, memes and hashtags. Lev, who survived the Holocaust as a child, talks about his experiences. At 87, he has struck a chord especially ...
By Deutsche Welle

Books  /  Published 15.04.22

Returning to meet the spirits

Book name: The Berlin Shadow: Escaping the ghosts of the kindertransport Author: Jonathan Lichtenstein Publisher: Scribner Price: Rs 599 At the age of 12, Hans Lichtenstein had escaped from Berlin...
By Sujaan Mukherjee


World  /  Published 28.03.22

Holocaust memorial damaged in shelling

Russian shelling damaged a Holocaust memorial at Drobytskyi Yar, near Kharkiv, commemorating thousands of Jews who were killed by the Nazis there, the Ukrainian government said on Saturday. “Du...
By Emma Bubola

Opinion  /  Published 27.03.22

Ukraine earned future in European Union

For 77 years since 1945, people have compared this or that European figure to Adolf Hitler. For 77 years, this has been indefensible hyperbole. Even the genocidal war crimes in former Yugoslavia, alth...
By Timothy Garton Ash

Opinion  /  Published 28.01.22

Letters to the Editor: Covid shadow on Beijing Winter Olympics

Safety first Sir — Public safety must be paramount. Less than two weeks before the Winter Olympics are scheduled to begin in Beijing, China has seen an uptick in confirmed Covid-19 infections, ...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 11.11.21

Letters to the Editor: Younger generation should be taught about acts of genocide

Forgotten lessons Sir — A survey commissioned by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany found that more than half of the respondents across the United Kingdom did not know tha...
By The Telegraph

Opinion  /  Published 16.10.21

New India story not being written by Modi alone

Historians of Nazi Germany have always been troubled with one central question: how could one of the most advanced, sophisticated countries of Europe descend into the depths of barbarism in such a sho...
By Asim Ali


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