Plus, Netflix’s ‘The Dig’ is well worth exploring, and two documentaries take differing approaches to the subjects of Hitler and COVID-19
Hitler’s affliction after World War I and the doctor who treated him star in a 1939 novel by Ernst Weiss, a Jewish physician and writer whose works – praised by the likes of Kafka – only recently got their due in Israel
The presentation quotes from Mein Kampf and links to Hitler’s page on a social networking site about books, according to the report by two high school students
Officers also accused of sharing doctored images depicting refugees in gas chambers and using far-right chatrooms
Following a charismatic leader is like falling in love – you don't see the flaws, says emeritus psychology professor Micha Popper
‘You Nazi!’: The Man Who Wanted the Internet to Stop Invoking Hitler Has a Plan to Save Social Media
Mike Godwin, father of the internet’s most famous adage, says all is not lost for the web, but warns: ‘Never again is not a prediction, it's a moral imperative’
The banner also included a link to a website that contained 'bigoted and explicitly racist pronouncements,' according to local reports
'I wasn’t thinking about the antisemitic thing, but I don’t want to take down the post because I felt the message was powerful and a lot of people did,' the actress says
Lisa Napoli’s fascinating new book recounts how newscast-hating Ted Turner launched CNN with a group of newshounds – and a few antisemitic slurs along the way
Stopping the Nazis with the aid of magic and fighting the coronavirus with blasts of the shofar? Neither surprise Yuval Harari, a scholar of Jewish magic and mysticism at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Anti-Defamation Commission asks GoDaddy.com web-hosting company to remove the World Truth historical revisionism site for violation of hate speech rules
Bertrand Russell: 'Neither a man, nor a crowd, nor a nation can be trusted to act humanely or to think sanely under the influence of a great fear'
A German historian says Hitler was making hateful comments about Jews before World War I, suggesting that his anti-Semitic epiphany occurred years earlier than previously thought
Der Stürmer pounced on one of Ze’ev Jabotinsky's lines, took it out of context and used it to ‘prove’ that the Jews were set on war
Alice Frank Stock says she lived next to the Nazi leader in Munich on Prinzregentplatz Street in the 1920s and early 1930s
Breathing fresh life into well-worn, raw Nazi material, Taika Waititi's film looks at Nazi Germany through the eyes of a naive 10-year-old
In recent days, the Russian president has singled out Poland, claiming it welcomed Hitler's plans to destroy Europe's Jews
The Holocaust memorial and museum in Jerusalem says it’s the best guarantor that the objects will not be used to try to glorify the Nazi past
WATCH Sacha Baron Cohen: Facebook Would Have Let Hitler Post Ads on His 'Solution' to the 'Jewish Problem'
After receiving an award from the Anti-Defamation League, the British Jewish comedian slammed social media: 'The greatest propaganda machine in history'
The 'the future use of the house by the police should send an unmistakable signal that this building will forever be removed from the commemoration of national socialism'
In departure from prepared address, Francis says some leaders' speeches remind him of the Nazi dictator's
Canceling the sale would 'send a message that some things particularly when so metaphorically blood soaked, should not and must not be traded,' the rabbi writes
The link between the German philosopher and Nazism
Nazi SA member recounted that Dutch communist Marinus van der Lubbe actually arrived at the Reichstag only after the blaze started
On the 75th anniversary of the failed attempt to kill the Nazi dictator, Merkel said the courage of the conspirators should serve as an example to people today
During the hearing, a high school classmate of James Alex Fields Jr. said he was 'like a kid at Disneyworld' during their trip to Dachau concentration camp
'I don’t feel like I need to do that, but I’m not one of these people that says I wouldn’t sit down with anybody to hear what they have to say,' presidential candidate says
James Alex Fields Jr. has asked a judge for a shorter sentence than life in prison after he drove a car into counter-protesters, killing anti-racism activist Heather Heyer