The husband-and-wife team of Rick and Laura Brown has reconstructed the synagogue of the Polish town of Gwoździec. In an interview, Rick Brown discusses the. . .
A gripping new film by Pawel Pawlikowski engages the darkness of both the Holocaust and postwar Communist Poland while offering something like hope.
Jews managed 85 percent of the taverns in early 19th-century Poland, without ever adopting a drinking culture of their own. How come?
The Council of Four Lands, which governed Polish and Lithuanian Jews for two centuries, may have been the most important Jewish institution in European history—though. . .
False analogies and denials of small but true facts are steadily undermining the history of the Holocaust.
Were the educated intelligence officers who led the death squads on the Eastern Front mercenary careerists or zealots for the Nazi cause? A new study. . .
A new museum in Warsaw aims to celebrate 1,000 years of Polish-Jewish life; but to find the largest repository of records and other artifacts of. . .