Hitler committed suicide April 30, 1945: 75 years later his propaganda lives on

By Arlene Bridges Samuels, Times of Israel—- Hitler’s suicide, whether by gun or cyanide, marked what the world imagined was an end to the incomprehensible evil he perpetuated with horrific strategies, details, and logistics. His industrialized killing machines and devoted accomplices wiped out 6 million Jewish men, women, and children. The world may have breathed…

New gallery exhibit at Liberty University displays Pat Hutchens humanizing portrayal of Holocaust victims

By Ryan Klinker, Liberty University News Service— The Liberty University Art Gallery’s latest exhibit, “The Auschwitz Album Revisited,” displays 40 paintings by the late Christian artist Pat Mercer Hutchens that capture the poignant and unforeseen final moments of life for Jewish victims at one of the Holocaust’s most notorious concentration camps. The Liberty Art Gallery…

At Holocaust forum, Pence says world must stand strong against ‘anti-Semitic Iran’

By Israel Hayom— The central event of the Fifth World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem took place on Thursday, with dozens of world leaders in attendance to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp. Israeli President Reuven Rivlin was the first dignitaries to speak, saying he was going to speak in…