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Nazi 'poster baby' turns out to be Jewish

Jerusalem - A US Jewish woman has presented the Yad Vashem memorial to the Holocaust with a magazine cover of her as a baby that the Nazis had used as an Aryan poster child.
In the Media by AFP

Nazi-themed Indonesian cafe reopens

Bandung - A controversial Nazi-themed cafe in Indonesia that closed shop last year after sparking international outrage reopened Saturday with its walls still bearing swastikas and a painting of Adolf Hitler.
In the Media by Timur Matahari (AFP) - 2 comments

Germany probes former Nazi camp guards

Berlin - German authorities said Wednesday they were probing nearly 20 former guards at a Nazi-era concentration camp on suspicion of aiding and abetting murder.
In the Media by AFP

Auschwitz commandant grandson combats Europe's neo-Nazis

Stockholm - Rainer Hoess was 12 years old when he learned he was the grandson of a man who oversaw the murder of a million people as commandant of the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz.
In the Media by Erik Fau (AFP) - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Like Nazis, Donetsk militants make Jews common enemy

Donetsk - More than 70 years have passed since an outraged world declared war against Nazis who were shooting and gassing to death Jewish children and their families for the crime of being born a Jew.
In the Media by Larry Clifton - 6 comments

German recluse's 'Nazi art trove' bigger than first thought

Munich - Around another 60 artworks, including pieces by Monet and Renoir, have come to light at the Austrian home of an elderly German recluse whose earlier discovered art hoard is suspected to contain Nazi-looted works.
In the Media by Ralf Isermann (AFP)

German ready to return Nazi-looted art to Jewish owners

Berlin - An elderly German recluse is prepared to return precious paintings stolen by the Nazis from Jewish families including a priceless Matisse, his spokesman said.Cornelius Gurlitt, 81, had stashed around 1,400 long-lost works by European masters in his Mun...
In the Media by Deborah COLE (AFP) - 1 comment

Germany arrests former Auschwitz medic, 93

Berlin - German police have arrested a former Nazi medic who served at the Auschwitz death camp on multiple charges of aiding and abetting murder, prosecutors said Tuesday.The 93-year-old, who was arrested at his home near Neubrandenburg north of Berlin, underw...
In the Media by AFP

New Yorker joins legal fray over Nazi art trove

Washington - An elderly New Yorker has joined the legal fray over the ownership of artwork found in a Munich apartment that was allegedly looted by the Nazis during World War II.In a complaint filed Wednesday in US district court in Washington, David Toren asks the...
In the Media by AFP

Oldest-known Holocaust survivor dies aged 110

London - The world's oldest known Holocaust survivor, the subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary, has died in London aged 110, her family announced.Alice Herz-Sommer, originally from Prague, spent two years of World War II in Czechoslovakia's Terezin concent...
In the Media by AFP

Maria von Trapp dies aged 99

Maria von Trapp, whose life story inspired the musical and movie 'The Sound of Music', has died aged 99 at the family home in Vermont.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Germany arrests three suspected former Auschwitz guards

Berlin - Germany has arrested three suspected former SS guards of the Nazi death camp Auschwitz in a series of home raids across three states, prosecutors said Thursday.Israel's Nazi-hunting Simon Wiesenthal Center praised the police action and said prosecution...
In the Media by AFP

60 more works found in German's 'Nazi art trove'

Munich - The art hoard of an elderly German recluse suspected to contain Nazi-looted paintings and drawings is bigger than first thought, his spokesman said Tuesday.More than 60 additional works have been discovered in the Austrian home of Cornelius Gurlitt, am...
In the Media by AFP

Himmler's private documents 'resurface in Israel'

Berlin - Hundreds of private letters, notes and photographs belonging to Hitler's henchman Heinrich Himmler have been found in Israel, a German newspaper reported Saturday.
In the Media by AFP

German panel hears WWII disputed art deal case

Berlin - A German mediation panel heard a dispute Wednesday between a Berlin museum and the heirs of World War II-era Jewish art dealers over a vast medieval church art collection.
In the Media by AFP

Two Nazi looted art works found in German parliament

Berlin-k - Months ago a scandal broke involving art works, allegedly stolen by Nazis during WWII. Recently however, an art historian has discovered more stolen art works, this time inside Germany's parliament, the Bundestag.
In the Media by Eileen Kersey - 4 comments

Review: ‘The Story of the Swastika’ Special

Neasden - This half hour BBC documentary covers the Hindu roots of the swastika, one of the oldest and most misunderstood symbols on the face of this planet.
Digital Journal Report by Alexander Baron - 4 comments

Fascist flea market at school near Madrid shocks Spain

Quijorna - Spaniards are shocked by the news that a Nazi, Franco and fascist "memorabilia" market was held in a school gym in Quijorna on the outskirts of Madrid recently.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 10 comments

Prison gangsters mark the rising tide of neo-Nazism

A recent BBC report wondered how neo-Nazi prison gangs become so powerful, referring to the so-called Aryan Brotherhood of Texas (ABT). The gang, thought to have around 2,000 members, has committed at least 29 murders in the US during 2000 - 2012.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 1 comment

Nazi veterans parade in Riga, Latvia (video)

Riga - The annual march of Latvian veterans, members of the Waffen SS divisions which was part of the armed wing of Adolf Hitler’s Nazi party during World War Two, was held on Saturday.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

Louvre returns Nazi looted art

The Louvre museum has returned seven paintings to surviving relatives of Jewish families. The paintings were confiscated by the Nazi Party in the 1930s.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 5 comments

New footage shows Hitler taking office as Chancellor 80 years ago

Berlin - Today, Germany marks the 80th anniversary of Hitler's rise to power. New footage shows Adolf Hitler taking office as German Chancellor exactly 80 years ago today on January 30, 1933.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 1 comment

Europe still split on totalitarian crimes on Black Ribbon Day

Budapest - The European Union’s Black Ribbon Day has been held in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, but has not had much media coverage, except in media catering to the relatives of the victims of Communism and some victims of Nazism.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 3 comments

Christine Assange: Radio host suspended after Nazi taunt

Christine Assange, mother of Julian, was interviewed on radio in Australia on Sunday. A radio host was suspended after making Nazi taunts during her interview.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 8 comments

Nazi descendants walk 1300 miles with Holocaust survivors

Warsaw - Over 50 descendants of Nazi SS and Wehrmacht officers will attend a 'reconciliation march' of over 400 people including Holocaust survivors across Poland, visiting Nazi extermination camps on their way.
In the Media by Lesley Lanir - 2 comments

Nazi sub found off of US coast

Boston - A Nazi sub has been found off the east coast of the United States. The sub was sunk on April 16, 1944 with the loss of 44 sailors on board.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 8 comments

Video: Was Nazi-style salute made to German Olympic team?

London - An older spectator can be seen making what looks like a Nazi-style salute to the German Olympic team at the Olympic Opening Ceremony.
In the Media by Richard Milnes - 7 comments

Most wanted 97-year-old Nazi war criminal arrested in Hungary

Budapest - Ladislaus Csizsik-Csatary, 97, sent 15,700 Jews to Auschwitz in 1941, while employed as a police commander in a Slovakian Ghetto. Now he has finally been caught.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 7 comments

'UFO' at bottom of Baltic Sea may be Nazi anti-submarine device

Stockholm - A former Swedish naval oficer and World War II expert Anders Autellus has said that sonar scans suggest that the "UFO" at the bottom of the Baltic Ocean could be part of a World War II Nazi anti-submarine device.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 3 comments

75th anniversary of 15 minute expose' of Nazi tyranny

75 years ago, Jehovah’s Witnesses in Germany distributed an “Open Letter” (Offener Brief) detailing the atrocities committed by Hitler’s regime throughout the German Reich.
In the Media by Kevin Jess - 3 comments
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The Topographie des Terrors  Berlin.
The Topographie des Terrors, Berlin.
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File photo: Demonstration of the neo-Nazis in Berlin
File photo: Demonstration of the neo-Nazis in Berlin
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The Topographie des Terrors  Berlin.
The Topographie des Terrors, Berlin.
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100th Computer pioneer Konrad Zuse s Birthday
100th Computer pioneer Konrad Zuse's Birthday
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The house of art collector Cornelius Gurlitt is pictured in Salzburg November 6  2013
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The house of art collector Cornelius Gurlitt is pictured in Salzburg November 6, 2013
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The Berlin s Olympic Stadium
The Berlin's Olympic Stadium
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German Ekkeheart Gurlitt  cousin of art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt  gestures during an interview in B...
With permission by Reuters / Albert Gea
German Ekkeheart Gurlitt, cousin of art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt, gestures during an interview in Barcelona, November 7, 2013
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A view of an apartment building in Munich  November 10  2013  where it is believed that German custo...
With permission by Reuters / Michael Dalder
A view of an apartment building in Munich, November 10, 2013, where it is believed that German customs discovered 1,406 missing artworks with a value up to one billion euros ($1.34 billion). Cornelius Gurlitt was sitting on at least part of the collection of his father Hildebrand, who worked for the Nazis selling art branded "degenerate" that was taken from museums or stolen or extorted from Jews fleeing the Holocaust.
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100th Computer pioneer Konrad Zuse s Birthday
100th Computer pioneer Konrad Zuse's Birthday
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A swastika was trampled into a cornfield in rural Germany over the weekend prompting a police invest...
The Local- German edition
A swastika was trampled into a cornfield in rural Germany over the weekend prompting a police investigation and fears of a neo-nazi resurgence.
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The Berlin s Olympic Stadium
The Berlin's Olympic Stadium
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The Berlin s Olympic Stadium
The Berlin's Olympic Stadium
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Sobibor was a Nazi German extermination camp located on the outskirts of the town of Sobibór  Lubli...
Emmanuel Dyan
Sobibor was a Nazi German extermination camp located on the outskirts of the town of Sobibór, Lublin Voivodeship of occupied Poland
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Nazi Demo in Berlin on May 1  2010
Nazi Demo in Berlin on May 1, 2010
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The Topographie des Terrors  Berlin.
The Topographie des Terrors, Berlin.
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100th Computer pioneer Konrad Zuse s Birthday
100th Computer pioneer Konrad Zuse's Birthday
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The Berlin s Olympic Stadium
The Berlin's Olympic Stadium
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Kristallnacht  also to referred to as the Night of Broken Glass  was a pogrom or series of attacks a...
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Kristallnacht, also to referred to as the Night of Broken Glass, was a pogrom or series of attacks against Jews throughout Nazi Germany and parts of Austria on November 9–10, 1938. Photo: Germans pass broken window of Jewish-owned shop.
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The Topographie des Terrors  Berlin.
The Topographie des Terrors, Berlin.
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The 65th anniversary of the liberation of the woman Nazi camp of Ravensbrück on April 10  2010
The 65th anniversary of the liberation of the woman Nazi camp of Ravensbrück on April 10, 2010
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