The recent media storm over the ‘wedding of hate’ video proves that transparency has become the most-prized, and overrated, virtue in Israel.
Timothy Snyder describes Hitler as a leader who wanted to foment an ecological revolution in a global landscape with no place in it for the Jews.
The archive, which is available online, names those from France who directly collaborated with Nazi Germany between 1940 and 1945.
Local police open hate-crime investigation in first case of swastika defacement at 75-year-old synagogue.
Far-right politician receives suspended six-month sentence for displaying tattoo of slogan from Buchenwald gate.
Dozens of Jews were arrested in Israel in the 1950s and faced charges of collaborating with the Nazis during the war. A new book details their extraordinary trials.
Former minister Balint Homan was partly responsible for drafting legislation in 1938 and 1939 to restrict the rights of Hungarian Jews and for the 1944 deportation of 420,000 Jews to Auschwitz.
State Department official says honoring Balint Horman, architect of anti-Jewish laws and Nazi supporter, is an attempt to ‘whitewash’ the past.
Jewish supporters of Fluminense celebrate Hanukkah with club that donated funds, training facilities to Brazilian war effort in WWII.
'Son of Saul' is also an early favorite in the foreign-language Oscar race.