An Italian newspaper has come under fire for distributing free copies of Adolf Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf.
There is local pride in the Berlin district where German international footballer Jerome Boateng grew up.
A former Auschwitz guard on trial in Germany has apologised in court to victims. He told them he regretted being part of a criminal organisation that
Ken Livingstone embroiled in UK anti-semitism row
The last holocaust survivor in the Netherlands has died. Jules Schelvis, who had been imprisoned in six different death camps throughout the war
Hubert Zafke served in the Auschwitz death camp and is accused of being an accomplice to the murder of thousands of prisoners
He is 94 today, at the centre of what is likely to be one of the last ever Nazi war crimes trials. But Reinhold Hanning was 20 years old in 1942 when
There is outrage in Germany after the leader of the far-right Pegida movement likened the country’s justice ministed to a notorious figure from the
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been slammed by Holocaust experts for suggesting that a historic Palestinian leader convinced the Nazis
Kept in jars and test tubes for seven decades, human remains believed to belong to Holocaust victims have been buried at last. Found locked up in a
A southern Polish city is looking to profit from a missing Nazi train rumoured to be loaded with guns and jewels. Treasure hunters have been beating
Could Ksiaz Castle and its surroundings in Poland soon reveal the mysterious secret of a long-lost train full of Nazi treasure? The Polish government
A castle, a tunnel and a lost train full of Nazi treasure. It is not a Hollywood film script but a real life mystery dating back decades. Two people
Austria has banned new car number plates which have hidden codes symbolising support for neo-Nazi or other extremist causes. More than 30 number and
Husband and wife Nazi-hunters have been awarded Germany’s highest distinction, the Order of Merit, for several decades’ of work bringing war
It’s a home movie the British Royal Family would rather have kept under wraps. Shot in 1933, the reel shows Queen Elizabeth performing a Nazi Salute
A 94-year-old former bookkeeper at Auschwitz has been sentenced to four years in prison in what could be one of the last big Holocaust trials. Oskar
The village of Distomo has long been a symbol of Greek suffering during the World War II Nazi occupation and also of war reparations Athens says Berlin has never paid.
A former Auschwitz concentration camp guard has admitted to being “morally guilty” but says he committed no crime. Oskar Groening, 93, is before a
Survivors and veterans have been gathering at what was Buchenwald Concentration Camp to mark the 70th anniversary of its liberation on April 11
The Dutch royal family has found out that one of its paintings was looted by Nazis, during Germany’s occupation of the Netherlands in World War Two
How does Europe view Germany? Weekly magazine Der Spiegel delves into the Nazi occupation of Greece in its controversial response.
Greek court ruling allows for seizure of German state-owned property to compensate victims of Nazi massacre in Greek village of Distomo
World leaders joined around 300 Auschwitz survivors at the site of the former Nazi death camp on Tuesday (January 27) to mark 70 years since its
Auschwitz’s last survivors urged the world not to forget the horrors of the Holocaust as they marked the 70th anniversary of the Nazi death camp’s
At the Gate of Death, survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau have marked 70 years since their liberation from the Nazi German extermination camp in Poland