Daniela Ozacky-Stern is a Post-doctoral researcher in the Institute of Holocaust Research, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. She was an EHRI Fellow at USHMM. She earned her Ph.D. (Approved: August 2018) in Jewish History at The University of Haifa, Israel, studying the Jewish partisans in the forests of Lithuania and West Belarus during The Second World War and the Holocaust. In her research she examines the history of the Jewish partisans by using over 300 testimonies, as well as other archival material. She earned a Master's degree in General History from The School of History in Tel Aviv University and her thesis dealt with Nazi propaganda led by Joseph Goebbels during the last year of The Second World War. This Thesis was published as a book (in Hebrew) entitled: "Twilight of the Gods: Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Propaganda, and the Destruction of the Jews during the last year of The Second World War". She is also the director of the Holocaust Archives of Moreshet, in Givat Haviva, Israel, and participated in numerous academic conferences, workshops and seminars in Israel and abroad presenting her researches.