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'Forgotten' Holocaust heroes help Slovakia come to terms with its past
Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler were the first Jews to escape from Auschwitz and warn the world of concentration camp genocide.
'Biggest crime since Holocaust': British MP suspended over COVID tweet
Conservative politician Andrew Bridgen had posted a series of comments on social media which his own party has described as "misinformation."
Ex Nazi concentration camp secretary guilty of accessory to murders
Former Nazi concentration camp secretary, Irmgard Furchner, 97, has been found guilty in a German court.
Czech museum to return Beethoven score saved from Nazis to its owners
The autograph of the 4th movement for strings in B-flat Major, op. 130, a highly valued late quartet by the German composer, will go back to the Petscheks, once the richest family in pre-World War II Czechoslovakia.
Holocaust denier from France arrested after two years on the run
Vincent Reynouard had reportedly been living in the UK and working as a private tutor.
Far-right Sweden Democrats official suspended after Anne Frank remarks
In an Instagram posting that has now been deleted, the party's head of television programming Rebecka Fallenkvist called Frank “immoral”, among other things, according to Swedish media.
Arnold Schwarzenegger visits Auschwitz
Film icon Arnold Schwarzenegger visited the site of the German Nazi death camp of Auschwitz on Wednesday.
Israel president calls for closer relations with Germany
“The partnership between Israel and Germany has achieved global renown, and we must continue deepening and cultivating it, for the benefit of a brilliant future not only for our countries but for the whole of humanity."
German police investigate Abbas' '50 Holocausts' remark
Chancellor Olaf Scholz had slammed the remarks, saying that "any relativisation of the singularity of the Holocaust is intolerable and unacceptable."
Long-time Orban ally resigns over Hungarian PM's 'pure Nazi' speech
The resignation came after the Hungarian prime minister criticised what he dubbed "race mixing" in a speech he gave over the weekend, sparking international outcry.
Telegram has a Holocaust denial problem
A new survey by UNESCO has found a shocking amount of Holocaust denial and distortion across social media platforms, with Telegram the worst offender.
Ashes of 8,000 WWII victims found in mass grave in northern Poland
The human ashes were unearthed near the former Nazi concentration camp of Soldau.
The Holocaust survivors who waited until now to tell their stories
These survivors have waited almost 80 years to tell their Holocaust stories.
Israel slams Russian FM's comments on Nazism and Ukraine
Sergey Lavrov repeated Moscow's baseless claims about 'Nazis' in Ukraine, and also stated falsely that Hitler was partly Jewish, prompting fury in Israel.
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Sirens blare as Israel honours Holocaust victims
Sirens blared across Israel early Thursday as the country came to a standstill in an annual ritual honoring the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust.
How Yellow Candles contextualise Holocaust Remembrance Day
Every year, thousands of Jews light a yellow candle in observation of Yom HaShoah. The name card that comes with each candle offers a snapshot into a life tragically taken away in the Holocaust.
Slovakian MPs condemn WWII deportation of Jews to Nazi Germany
Lawmakers have also asked for the forgiveness of Holocaust survivors and relatives.
Dutch publisher pulls Anne Frank betrayal book amid critique
In a 69-page written “refutation,” six historians and academics describe the cold case team’s findings as “a shaky house of cards.”
He survived four Nazi death camps but was killed by a Russian missile
Boris Romaschenko, 96, was interned in four different World War II concentration camps.