100-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor On Becoming U.S. Citizen: 'It's A Little Tardy, But I’m Happy'It took a while, but 100-year-old Menia Perelman is finally a U.S. citizen.
Auschwitz Museum Discovers Holocaust Jewelry Hidden In ArtifactMuseum staff in Poland have uncovered jewelry hidden for 70 years at the bottom of an enamel mug believed to have once belonged to a victim of the Holocaust.
Gatherings Pay Tribute To Holocaust Remembrance DayIt's a somber day for people of the Jewish faith as they observe Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day).
Local Holocaust Survivor's Online Q&A Goes ViralHenry Flescher is a Holocaust survivor. For years he's spoken to groups about his experiences. And now, at the age of 92, you could say he's gone viral.
Gov. Scott Signs Off On Holocaust Memorial For CapitolGovernor Rick Scott has signed off on a plan to create a Holocaust memorial at the Capitol.
Holocaust Memorial Approved For Capitol Florida lawmakers gave the final approval to a plan that would create a Holocaust memorial on the Capitol grounds.
Holocaust Survivors Celebrate 70 Years Of MarriageRuth and Siegmund Spiegel were married 70 years ago, on April 13, 1945. The two left Nazi Germany during the Holocaust and later met in New York City.
Thousands March In Honor Of Holocaust Remembrance Day Only the sound of the ram’s horn was heard as thousands of people took part in the March of the Living, a two-mile walk from the Auschwitz concentration camp to Birkenau, where more than a million Jews perished in Nazi gas chambers.
Holocaust Survivor Shares His Story With S. FL StudentsA Holocaust survivor and violin virtuoso is in South Florida and sharing his story with students.
Focus On South Florida: Holocaust Survivor Outrage
Holocaust Survivors Express Outrage, Organize ProtestThe twilight years for some Holocaust survivors in South Florida, like 84-year-old David Schachter, are punctuated with a pain that won't go away.
Holocaust Survivors Battle For Insurance BenefitsAdolph Hitler and his axis of evil incarnate exterminated six million Jews, packing them into rail cars and off to the concentration camps and the gas chambers and the ovens that awaited.