A profound distrust of Christian conservatives is so pervasive among liberal American Jews as to be unremarkable.
“Can it be that ours is the century in which the Jews perish?”
Only the Red Army tried to prevent pogroms.
No noble cause.
The making of a neoconservative.
Yevgeny Yevtushenko and Dmitri Shostakovich.
Der Nister died in the gulag, just a few years before his colleagues were murdered.
The poet among us.
At last, a monument will stand over Babi Yar.
And a fictive marriage that never took place.
In June 1970, fourteen Soviet Jews tried to steal an airplane to fly themselves to freedom. A new documentary marks their story—and Natan Sharansky reminisces.