Euroasian Jewish News
A somber memorial ceremony took place at FJC’s Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow last week for the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
A monument now marks a mass grave of Ukrainian Jews murdered during the Holocaust.
Ukraine’s parliament for the first time commemorated the Holocaust ahead of the international date in memory of the victims.
Rabbinical Center of Europe unveils memorial tombstone on a mass grave of the Jewish community of the City of Sadigora in Ukraine.
In the three months has yielded the bones of 1,214 people. Most are believed to be the remains of Jews slaughtered by the Nazis after Hitler invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941.
British Holocaust denier David Irving has been barred from entering Lithuania for the next five years.
1,214 bodies of Jewish victims murdered in the site that used to be the Jewish ghetto were unearthed until now.
A Lithuanian judge postponed a precedent-setting trial in which a U.S. citizen is demanding that a state museum end its glorification of a deceased Nazi collaborator.
The controversy over the Nazi-era mass grave in Sambir – one of two in the town situated about 70 km southwest of Lviv – dates back to 2000.
Lithuania’s state historical institute on the Soviet domination of the country defended in court memory of of Jonas Noreika, aka General Vėtra.
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