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Plans unveiled for Holocaust memorial complex at Ukraine's Babyn Yar
The ravine near Kyiv was the site of one of the worst Nazi massacres of Jews and ethnic Poles during the Second World War
It's 50 years since Willy Brandt knelt to apologise for Nazi crimes
The gesture forms the foundation of modern relations between Germany and Poland.
'Adolf Hitler' has won a local council election in Namibia
The new councillor, whose full name is Adolf Hitler Uunona, won 85% of the vote in a recent election
Nuremberg opts to preserve Nazi rally grounds after decades of debate
The city of Nuremberg has opted to conserve the infamous Nazi party rally grounds after decades of debate over whether to preserve the site.
Hitler's handwritten speech notes sold at auction 'above asking price'
One speech delivered by the Nazi leader in 1939 is sold despite objections from a European Jewish group
Nazi warship found 80 years after being sunk off Norwegian coast
The shipwreck was detected by an energy company using sonars to inspect undersea power cables.
Did Poland's WWII grievances delay German ambassador's approval?
Poland finally accepts the appointment of the German ambassador after an unusually long delay.
WWII memorial defaced in massacred French village
On June 10, 1944, troops from the SS "Das Reich" division brutally killed 642 villagers. They were herded into barns and a church before the town was set on fire.
It is 80 years since France's fight back against the Nazis began
By June 1940, France had given up the fight against Adolf Hitler. Charles de Gaulle wasn't having any of it.
Meet the only place in Europe that marks VE Day on May 16
Alderney's entire population was evacuated in 1940 as Adolf Hitler's forces closed in. What happened next is still largely a mystery.
Why isn't VE Day a public holiday in Germany?
A movement is growing to make May 8 a holiday to mark the end of World War Two.
Volunteers search for missing soldiers 75 years after Second World War
Volunteers work to dig up bodies in Klessin, Germany to bring closure to families whose loved ones have only ever been a statistic.
Amazon under fire for selling Nazi propaganda books
The e-commerce giant Amazon has been called out by several organisations for selling Nazi propaganda including children books by Julius Streicher who was charged and executed during the Nuremberg trials.
Holocaust history is being re-written - historians are fighting back
New narratives aim to whitewash he role of non-Germans in the killing of Jews.
Meet the Nazi hunter tracking down Holocaust perpertrators 75 years on
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Polish MEP sparks outrage over Holocaust cattle tweet | #TheCube
The tweet comes just days before the Holocaust Memorial Day, marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Anger as Brazil's culture chief borrows from Nazi Joseph Goebbels
Brazil's culture minister spoke about national art in a speech that closely resembled that of Hilter's propaganda chief.
Grave of top Nazi official dug up in Berlin
Heydrich's grave was unmarked, suggesting the perpetrators had insider knowledge.
Merkel visits Auschwitz for the first time as chancellor
The Chancellor, accompanied by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during the visit, will bring a 60 million euro donation to help conserve the place where the Nazis ran their largest death camp.
University condemns professor's 'shameful' pro-Nazi tweets
The university rector had said the tweets were expressed in a "personal capacity" before releasing a revised statement denouncing the tweets.
Mafia crook among 19 suspects in plot to form Italian Nazi party
Italian police carried out a number of raids on Thursday as part of a two-year investigation into far-right extremists suspected of planning a new Nazi party in Italy.
German army apologises for posting 'retro' Nazi uniform on Instagram
The photo, accompanied by a commentary — "today, elements of military style still belong to haute couture” — was spotted by Bild before being deleted.
Poland presses Netflix to change documentary about death camp guard
Poland's government is pressuring the online streaming service to alter a map in its The Devil Next Door documentary series, which shows Nazi death camps inside the border of modern Poland.
Czech police investigate claims Hitler mask was on sale in Prague shop
The German ambassador to the Czech Republic posted a picture of the shop stock to Twitter, asking why "such trash" was being sold in central Prague.
Dresden declares 'Nazi emergency' over far-right threat
The German city has seen the rise of extremism in recent years and was the birthplace of Pegida.
Nazi symbols daubed on British war graves in the Netherlands
It is the second time the Mierlo cemetery has been targeted in a week.