List could be used to help track down previously unknown war criminals, some of whom may still be alive.
Most of the 8,500 entries, available online, include each guard's date of birth, nationality, military service and party affiliation.
Pawel Sawicki knows the Auschwitz museum inside and out and wants to 'protect the memories of victims' from abuse online. His job is getting harder and harder.
An exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Arts includes SS officer Fritz Ertl's design for the extermination camp.
The trial of 95-year-old Hubert Zafke, which finally got underway three weeks ago, was repeatedly postponed after judges ruled he was unfit.
Ralf Breker, digital imaging expert at the Bavarian state crime office, says his model of Auschwitz is a more accurate depiction of the site than Google Earth, and shows the camp down to the smallest detail.
Helma M., 92, was charged with 260,000 counts of accessory to murder; court finds her unfit to stand trial, as she's blind, deaf and weakened by unnamed illness.
The court in Kiel said the woman identified only as Helma M. was almost blind and deaf, and that a serious illness she suffered this year had left her physically, mentally and emotionally unfit to be put on trial.
The Poles err in criminalizing any reference to their involvement in the Holocaust. They did suffer – but also have things to answer for.
Ingrid Carlberg's richly detailed 'Raoul Wallenberg: The Biography' presents fresh facts about the Swede who saved so many Jews, but is unable to answer the gnawing question surrounding his fate in Soviet custody.