An accomplished architect himself, Albert Speer Jr. struggled to distance himself from his father's legacy, remembers visits to Hitler as 'joyous events'
The gamemakers have sent copies of the game to senators and released a Trump administration expansion pack, with cards for some members of the administration
By deconstructing the anti-Semitic claims of 'Mein Kampf' with wit and eloquence, Irene Harand became a thorn in the side of the Austrian Nazi party
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Nazi and fascist American groups, whose rhetoric is echoed by those marching in Charlottesville, allowed nervous politicians to believe they were enough of a force that xenophobia-riddled policies prevailed
The two Jewish musicians post emotional responses while on tour in Berlin
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The two men were taking photos of each other as they struck the Nazi pose - which is illegal in Germany
Meant to show the dangers of dictatorship, the exhibit also contains thousands of documents, photos and objects that tell the life story of the Nazi dictator, ending with his suicide
Hospitals, soccer teams and theater performances were some of the methods employed by the Nazis to maintain a benign facade at Westerbork camp
The former owner of the house had filed a legal challenge in January, saying the government's expropriation of the three-story house was unconstitutional