Shoah may be the most important historical film that no one has seen. While “no one” is an exaggeration, this iconic 1985 documentary about the Holocaust has not been widely viewed. Its 9 ½-hour length intimidated theater goers when it was first released and at its limited showings since that time. Although the Criterion Collection has recently made it available on DVD, it is now available for the first time online at the SundanceNow Doc Club.*
The nine days leading up to Tisha Be-Av are a time of intensive mourning for observant Jews. Tisha Be-Av is remembered as the most tragic day in Jewish history. It falls on July16 this year. On this day, the first and second temples in Jerusalem were destroyed (586 BCE and 70 AD)…
Book Title: Keeping My Hope Author: Christopher Huh Date Published: February 18, 2013 Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; First Edition edition Genre: 1. Historical & Biographical Fiction2. Children’s Books ISBN: 978-1479348831 Reviewer: Arielle Blackburn Review Date: May 13, 2013 Several moments ago I read a profound, illustrated narrative that captures Holocaust history with fresh eyes […]
The article is about portrayals of Jesus in film, but the part that is most striking concerns the Holocaust and a story related by the filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille. In 1928, a Polish man by the name of William E. Wallner viewed DeMille’s movie King of Kings. He thereafter became a Lutheran pastor in Prague… “
What can happen when we take our sufferings out of their historical context.
Another Holocaust? A new twist on the old, twisted final solution? We have barely been able to accept the enormity of the destruction of much of European Jewry. One third of all Jews living before mid-century are gone—one million of them children. Now we live in a world where far more destructive and deadly weapons […]