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Watch: Nigel Farage scolded after mocking EU’s role in defeating Nazis
“Laughter is the last refuge of the stupid,” Nigel Farage was told after ridiculing the EU’s role in defeating Nazism.
Norway apologises for post-WWII mistreatment of 'German Girls'
After the country was liberated in 1945, these 'German Girls' were accused of betraying their country, deprived of their civil rights, arrested, incarcerated without trial and even expelled from the country.
93-year-old great-grandmother crowned ‘Miss Holocaust Survivor’
"I wouldn't believe that at my age I would be a beauty," said Polish-born Tova Ringer.
Greece to renew call for Germany to pay €279 billion in WWII damages
Greece's President is expected to raise the issue during a meeting this week with his German counterpart.
Pope warning on anti-Semitism
At a service to commemorate Lithuania's devastated Jewish community under the Nazis the Pope has spoken of the dangers of a rebirth of anti-Semitism
Unopened letter to Anne Frank’s father fetches €9,500 at auction
The letter, which bears a red “return to sender” stamp on its envelope, was sent to Otto Frank by an insurance company in 1942, while the family was in hiding.
Chemnitz protester jailed over Hitler salute
A German court on Friday handed a five-month jail sentence to a 34-year-old man who performed the illegal Nazi salute during a protest in the eastern city of Chemnitz late last month.
"Operation Finale" pits Kingsley against Isaac in the story of the Eichmann capture
The story of the Israeli secret service's daring 1960's covert operation in Argentina has been given the Hollywood twist.
Germany suspends two police officers over Nazi salute
Two police officers in Germany’s southern state of Bavaria are being investigated over allegations that they performed the illegal Nazi salute.
Children who escaped Hitler's death camps
A new exhibition the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust tells the story of Jewish children who managed to escape Hitler's death camp but at a very high price
'Most radical organisation': Brazen neo-Nazi group eyes Scandinavia
The Nordic Resistance Movement, a neo-Nazi organisation, has made its way into Denmark. But politicians and activists aren't sitting idly.
US deports last Nazi war crimes suspect to Germany
US President Donald Trump ordered Jakiw Palij's deportation - 25 years after investigators first accused him of lying about his wartime past to get into the country - but officials in Germany say there is still insufficient evidence to prosecute him.
US deports former Nazi camp guard, 95, to Germany
The US deported a 95-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard to Germany on Tuesday, 14 years after a judge ordered his expulsion, the White House has announced.
Munich begins replacing ‘disrespectful’ Holocaust memorials
Holocaust remembrance wall plaques will replace commemorative cobblestones that some say are disrespectful because they are placed in the ground and get trodden on.
Fashion shoot at WWII death camp in Croatia sparks outrage
An Australian company published a series of photos and videos taken on a trip to Eastern Europe earlier this year in which models are seen posing in sunglasses at sites including the Flower Memorial at Jasenovac, a World War II-era death camp.
Nazi memorabilia for sale in EU summit city
Sofia market features Nazi items, banned by several EU countries
'Nazi Grandma' arrested after she fails to show up for prison
Police have issued an arrest warrant for 'Nazi Grandma' after she failed to show up for her prison sentence.
Court fines Scottish man over 'grossly offensive' Nazi dog video
A Scottish man has been fined £800 after he trained a dog to perform Nazi salutes and react positively to anti-Jewish commands in a video that went viral.
Austism pioneer Hans Asperger 'collaborated' with Nazi regime, study finds
The late Austrian pediatrician Hans Asperger, known for his pioneering work on autism, assisted in the Nazi regime’s euthanasia programme in Austria, a new study revealed on Thursday.
New film shines a light on the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands off the coast of Normandy.
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