For 80-year-old David Ariel, a survivor of the Nazi Holocaust, parting with cherished letters from his mother, killed at Auschwitz death camp, was a painful but necessary duty.Full story
Lydia Avidan, an elegant 79-year-old widow, walked into a Tel Aviv high school with tears streaking from beneath her tinted sunglasses. She was about to hand over to historians the only mementos she had left from relatives who perished in the Holocaust — a yellowed, cracked letter she had never read Full story
Ruth Gruber, now 100, was only 36 when she risked her own life to help wake the world to the plight of Jewish Holocaust survivors. TODAY’s Ann Curry speaks with the legendary photojournalist.
Rabbis from Britain and the United States bury on April 4, 2011 in the town of Iasi, 410 kms north of Bucharest, some 40 Jews killed during the Holocaust and found in November 2010 in a mass grave in the northeastern Romanian village of Popricani. The remains of Jews killed during the Holocaust foun