On September 17, 1978, history was made by two courageous men with a common goal: peace between Cairo and Jerusalem, ending the destructive pattern of five previous wars. The two courageous men were Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin, both had...

The Nuremberg Laws, enacted by the German Reichstag (Parliament) on Sept. 15, 1935, were racially discriminatory, anti-Semitic laws meant to institutionalize the Nazi program to persecute Jews. They were a continuation of earlier anti-Jewish measures enacted following the Nazi rise to power in 1933. The Nuremberg...

Surrounded by the rolling green hills of a windswept plateau, atop the Massif Central mountain range of central France, lies the village of Le Chambon Sur Lignon. At three-thousand feet above sea level, the secluded village proved to be a beacon of hope that shines...