The well-intentioned determination of German politicians and academics to take exclusive responsibility for the Nazi genocide is now aiding other perpetrators to whitewash their participation
It is not courage, it is self-abasement, for any Jewish publication to call up an antisemitic white supremacist and be grateful for their time
David Baddiel offers a timely glimpse into a truly troubling phenomenon
Scholars say no, despite testimonies from Holocaust survivors
Some 20 percent of respondents agreed that Mussolini, Hitler’s ally and the father of 20th-century fascism, 'was a great leader who only made a few mistakes'
Considering the amount of original research that has been done in recent decades, is this number still considered accurate by scholars of the subject?
Denial began as a far right project to rehabilitate Nazism. But thanks to social media giants’ intentional apathy, its anti-Semitic lies have spread across the political spectrum – and across the globe
Combative, divisive arenas like Twitter and Facebook are increasingly being used to inform and educate people about the Shoah, presenting some unique challenges
Langage de Femmes (Women’s Voices) was set up to combat the growing problem of anti-Semitism in France, recognizing the vital role mothers play in sharing information
Opinion The pro-Trump Racists and anti-Semites Who Could Bring Down Trump – and American Conservatism
The 'graduates' of the Charlottesville neo-Nazi march are repositioning themselves to infiltrate American conservatism. And the White House is silent
Poland's nationalist government, and its pet historical institutes, may not believe 'global Jewry' is hiding the truth about a secret Nazi gas chamber in the heart of Warsaw. But there's a reason they flatly refuse to disprove the hoax
It's not tawdry or vengeful to force elderly men to face belated justice. Even at this late hour, Europe must fulfil its duty to the victims of the Holocaust - and the historical record
When the same vicious anti-Semitism is voiced by a far right militia leader and a Ukrainian diplomat, it's a sign how deeply Jew-hatred, and hyper-nationalist Holocaust revisionism are contaminating Ukrainian society and politics
Former SS soldier Karl Muenter, who participated in a wartime massacre in France, also had a pending incitement case for Holocaust denial in a documentary
Sachsenhausen tour guide asked group to leave after some denied facts of genocide
Police are investigating what the Anti-Defamation League described as a coordinated campaign by a national online white supremacist group
Principal told a parent: 'I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in the position to do so as a school district employee'
When confronted on comment by a parent, William Latson doubled down, saying: 'You have your thoughts, but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs'
Jonathan Greenblatt, chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League, which researches anti-Semitism, said it had provided input to YouTube on the policy change
The video claiming that the Holocaust was 'different from how the Jews tell it' was taken down after sparking widespread criticism. Media's Executive Director of Digital Division calls for mandatory bias training
Video posted to AJ+ Arabic's social media pages says Jews skewed Holocaust facts and statistics to get reparations from Germany, and that the establishment of Israel was derived from Nazi ideology
Chuck Johnson, who called Auschwitz extermination camps 'not real,' asked to meet Wilbur Ross in 2018 to discuss claims about alleged bias against far-right activists like himself on social media platforms, Yahoo News reports
Neo-fascism and a populist glorification of Mussolini's WWII regime is contaminating Italy's culture and politics, from street gangs to intellectual salons to the highest levels of government. And weak, divided liberal democrats are struggling to respond
'I don’t think that they're intentionally getting it wrong,' Zuckerberg says
Holocaust Rescues: Countries and Communities That Prominently Resisted Nazi Efforts to Deport Their Jews
From Italy to Denmark to Albania, a look at those countries which helped rescue victims of the Holocaust
Move comes as Irving reportedly plans to lead paid tour of Nazi-linked sites in Poland and Baltic countries
Students and colleagues of Michael Link claim the late professor engaged in Holocaust denial while teaching history at Arkansas Tech University, where a scholarship named after him is still available
It's no coincidence that Trump's key boosters serially rehabilitate Hitler's nationalism, or that Candace Owens loves the idea that the Nazi dictator just wanted to 'make Germany great again'
Irving, previously jailed in Austria for his Holocaust denial, has been taking deposits for a planned tour to Nazi death camps
Irving taking deposits for 9-day, $3,650 trip ■ Promotion materials call camps 'controversial' and describe him as a Hitler expert