Croatia’s Jews boycott Holocaust Remembrance in protest
Europe

Croatia’s Jews boycott Holocaust Remembrance in protest

ZAGREB, Croatia (AP) — Croatia’s Jewish community on Friday, Jan. 27 boycotted the official Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony, saying the conservative government is not doing enough to curb pro-Nazi sentiments in the European Union’s newest member. Ognjen Kraus, the coordinator of the Jewish communities in Croatia, said the decision was made after authorities failed to … Continue reading

Study examines little-known WWII internment camp in Alaska
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Study examines little-known WWII internment camp in Alaska

JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska (AP) — Alice Tanaka Hikido clearly remembers the bewilderment and sense of violation she felt 74 years ago when FBI agents rifled through her family’s Juneau home, then arrested her father before he was sent to Japanese internment camps, including a little-known camp in pre-statehood Alaska. The 83-year-old Campbell, California, woman … Continue reading