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Why would someone want Hitler's wristwatch?
An auction house in the US has become known for its Nazi memorabilia. But why is there such a big market?
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.
German lawmakers vote to end Nazi-era ban on ‘advertising’ abortions
Doctors will be no longer be prosecuted if they give prospective patients information about abortions.
Germany's 'sober' interwar art movement takes centre stage in Paris
The exhibition at the Pompidou Centre takes in the 900 works by a Weimar Republic arts and culture movement that would later be labelled 'degenerate' by the Nazis.
In pictures: How the world celebrated VE day in 1945
77 years on from the end of the Second World War, we take a look back at how people celebrated across Europe and the world.
Putin apologised for Moscow's Nazism remarks, says Israeli PM's office
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had sparked an outcry by stating that Adolf Hitler had "Jewish blood".
Germany files case against Italy in UN court over war reparations
Germany has asked the court to declare that Italy has violated German sovereign immunity.
The English stately home that housed an elite Polish army unit in WW2
When historian Andrew Hann found six names scribbled on the back of a cupboard in Audley End House, he begun a journey to finding out the stories behind six elite Polish soldiers.
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.
Should museums return artworks stolen by Nazis?
The Cassirer family have been trying and so far failing to see the return of a work of art stolen from them by the Nazis.
These playing cards highlight WWII's 'Most Wanted' lost and stolen art
The 52 priceless artworks featured in the deck are among hundreds of thousands that were lost, sold under duress and looted by the Nazis over six years.
Slovakian MPs condemn WWII deportation of Jews to Nazi Germany
Lawmakers have also asked for the forgiveness of Holocaust survivors and relatives.
France authorises return of major art works to Jewish families
France has long been accused of lagging behind several European neighbours when it comes to reparations.
Artwork looted by the Nazis returned to rightful owners after 71 years
The painting belonged to a Jewish couple who fled Belgium prior to World War Two, their grandchildren are still searching for other items.
Vienna examines its WWII legacy with exhibition of Nazi art
In Vienna's MUSA, the exhibition aims to shed light on the politics of art under the Third Reich.
Ex-Nazi camp secretary appears in court on war crimes charges
The 96-year-old woman faces more than 11,000 charges of accessory to murder.
Berlin highlights art from female sculptor banned under Nazi Germany
Louise Stomps' woodwork went beneath the radar in Berlin for decades. Now, the Verborgne Museum are displaying her little known works to reimagine her influence in a different time.
'Justice has no expiry date': Ex-Nazi camp guard, 100, goes on trial
A 100-year-old former concentration camp guard will become the oldest person yet to go on trial for alleged Nazi-era crimes in Germany.
Former Nazi death camp secretary, 96, found after going 'on the run’
Irmgard Furchner, who was between 18 and 19 years old at the time of the events and lives in a home for the elderly near Hamburg, is to be tried for "complicity in murder in more than 10,000 cases", according to the prosecution.
Dutch investigate images of COVID-19 protesters in Nazi clothing
Local authorities have said that the behaviour is "highly reprehensible and extremely inappropriate".
Austrian town mulls removing soldiers' memorial after Nazi revelation
The western Austrian town of Imst is reportedly planning to remove a memorial to three soldiers who were members of the Waffen SS during World War II.
Ukraine mulls giving hero status to alleged war criminals
Ukraine is considering giving hero status to controversial figures, including Nazi cooperators Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych, who fought for independence in the 1930s and 1940s.
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Nine countries including Russia mark the 80th anniversary of the 22 June 1941 Nazi attack on the Soviet Union.
Nazi swastika daubed on Torah ark inside Frankfurt airport synagogue
Germany recorded over 2,400 antisemitic attacks last year.
German Football Association President resigns over Nazi comments
During an April meeting, Fritz Keller had compared a DFB vice-president to a Nazi-era judge, prompting widespread criticism.
Sweden's ex-PM angers Norway and Denmark with Nazi resistance tweet
"The defence forces of Sweden in 1940 weren’t stellar, but still stronger than Norway and in particular than Denmark," Carl Bildt said. "Had [Adolf] Hitler decided to invade Sweden it would have been a fight."