We heard all sorts of rumors – unbelievable rumors by eye witnesses and escaped Jews – about concentration camps, killing the Jewish population by the thousands (nobody imagined millions), the news from the fronts were also mixed. Everybody listened to the BBC station’s Free Europe broadcasts from 11 PM. to midnight. This news was different than the official news on the radio and in newspapers. Who do you believe? What to do? We were helpless, nobody knew what tomorrow would bring.
— Kate's Memoirs | 1944

In the News

Sept. 23, 2019

The New York Times Op-Ed:
The Growing Threat to Journalism Around the World

In many countries, journalists are being targeted because of the role they play in ensuring a free and informed society.

By A. G. Sulzberger

Mr. Sulzberger is the publisher of The New York Times.