An article criticizing the Warsaw Ghetto uprising and siding with the ghetto’s Jewish collaborators marks a new low in the Israeli daily’s assault on Zionism. . .
Marcel Reich-Ranicki, who has died aged ninety-three, survived the Warsaw Ghetto to become Germany’s most outspoken literary critic.
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. . .