is a researcher of Jewish History and a popular tour guide of Jewish Historical sites in Europe. He spends much of his time conducting group and private tours around Europe as well as Israel, for families, groups and institutions from a variety of background and ages. Tours to Europe and Israel focus on the story of the Jewish People in the modern era and this remains the primary focus of his research.
In addition to guided trips to Europe, he is a licensed tour guide at the Yad Vashem Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem, where he also conducts interviews of survivors. In addition to his duties at the vaunted Holocaust museum, he has lectured on a wide array of topics of Jewish historical interest at numerous Shuls, Yeshivas as well as taught classes at the Ner LeElef Rabbinic Training Program in Jerusalem.
He is also the host of Jewish History Soundbites, a popular podcast profiling personalities and episodes from our glorious past. Since its inception in May 2019, the large community of listeners who regularly tune in to Jewish History Soundbites has grown significantly, constituting a diverse and educated audience from many countries around the world.
Yehuda writes a regular history column for Mishpacha Magazine entitled 'For the Record'".
Yehuda studied for many years at the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem. He has a Business degree from Ono Academic College and is studying for a degree in Jewish History at Hebrew University.
He lives in Bet Shemesh with his wife and three children.