Footage of everyday life was shot by a Chicago pediatrician touring Europe in 1939.
Former Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz explains how the Holocaust was possible.
Self-transendance is what actually gives us meaning, according to the famous psychologist and author.
Defiant Sister Maria Restituta was the only religious sister sentenced to death by a Nazi court
Josef Mayr-Nusser obeyed the first commandment to the end: "...thou shalt not have strange Gods before me."
She ran to childbirth with a prayer to Mary on her lips, often wearing only one slipper. This is the story of Stanisława Leszczyńska. March 11 marked 43 years since her death.
Majority of historians now recognizing Pacelli's efforts to combat Nazism, protect Jews
Thanks to this film, the forced starvation of millions of Ukrainians by Stalin's Soviet regime may enter the mainstream consciousness.
Pendant unearthed in former concentration camp being studied for connection with famous child victim
Boris Maftsir's documentary series on the Shoah attempts to prevent the “other holocaust” from falling into oblivion