The Nazis looted millions of books from Jewish families during the Holocaust. German libraries’ online databases are helping put the situation right
18th-century 'Vase with Flowers' disappeared from a Florence museum during WWII. Family of Wehrmacht soldier says he did not personally remove it, but agree to return it given court order
'Islam Is Filth:' Hacker Who Breached Personal Data of German Politicians 'Expressed Far-right Views'
The 20-year-old-student who had disclosed private data of nearly 1,000 politicians reportedly expressed right-wing and anti-Muslim views as part of 'hacktivist' group
Jakiw Palij, who may have been present when thousands of Jews were massacred, was deported to Germany last year after a legal battle that lasted over a decade
Museum curator fights back, saying a group of historians is misrepresenting how ‘Americans and the Holocaust’ exhibition portrays Franklin D. Roosevelt’s efforts to take in Jewish refugees in the 1930s and ’40s
It’s a moment that could define the future, but the name 'Ultima Thule' is one from the past
Thousands of Ukrainians marched through the streets of central Kiev holding torches to celebrate the 110th anniversary of Ukrainian nationalist hero Stepan Bandera's birth
The memorial in West Macedonia was covered with black spray-paint , the local state-run news agency reported
Separately, the state banned 'Book of Thieves' which criticizes the anti-Semitic actions of a different national leader for 'inciting ethnic, racial and religious hatred'
The Museum and Memorial Site in Sobibor is being created at the initiative of Poland in coordination with Israel, the Netherlands and Slovakia and will open by 2020
Government-appointed historians are examining documents at Yad Vashem, including from Eichmann's trial
Nearly 10,000 children, almost all of them Jewish, were sent to Britain on the Kindertransport from Nazi Germany, including Austria and parts of Czechoslovakia annexed to Germany
The Sweden Democrats did well in the recent elections and have deadlocked the country’s politics. Now, a trio of researchers has traced just how deep the party’s Nazi roots run
Due to German legal regulations preventing overly long gaps in trials, the court had no choice but to end the proceedings against the 94-year-old former Nazi concentration camp guard
The Yedioth Ahronoth journalist spent his career covering Nazi war crime trials and lecturing about the Holocaust
'Abhorrent that a sitting Congressman propagated debunked Soros conspiracies,' the ADL tweeted in response
The current anti-Russian government has enlisted history in its cause, working to rehabilitate people and groups that fought against the Soviet Union — no matter what crimes they may have committed against the Jews
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Lahren said that watching tear gas being fired at the crowd, which included children, was the 'highlight of her Thanksgiving'
His blind followers ignore the evidence before them and believe his every word, as if they were members of a cult
After a drawn-out planning procedure, and multiple delays, the Hotel Silber, is opening Tuesday in Stuttgart
The national company 'operated trains in service of' Nazi regime, according to official statement, acknowledging 'black page in the history of our country and our company'
Hans H., whose last name wasn't released because of privacy regulations, is accused of serving as an SS guard in the northern Austria camp from mid-1944 to early 1945
A German art gallery says its client wants the family to pay $3.4 million for Mlle. Gabrielle Diot, which the Gestapo stole out of Jewish art dealer Paul Rosenberg's safe
Historian Jan Grabowski, of the University of Ottawa in Canada, brings lawsuit against the Polish League Against Defamation, an organization allied with Poland's conservative ruling party
Heiko Maas calls for changing the 'culture of remembrance' ■ Polish embassy in Germany says Berlin discussion of WWII too narrow, Polish victims 'completely forgotten'
A look at the Jewish heroes of 'the war to end all wars'
Leslie Brent and Lord Alf Dubs among those urging government to take in more migrant children, like the 10,000 mainly young Jews who were saved from Nazi Germany between 1938 and 1940
'I was too frightened to protest,' the 94-year-old defendant claims during his trial in response to accusations he was accessory to the murder of hundreds
Belgian Arthur Langerman has spent decades accumulating one of the world’s largest collections of anti-Semitic posters, postcards and illustrations. But he was shocked by the response when he tried to find a home for it in Israel
WATCH Trudeau's anti-BDS Message During Apology for Turning Away Jews During WWII Continues to Make Waves
Justin Trudeau apologized last week for the Canadian government's failure in 1939 to admit a ship carrying 907 German Jews fleeing Nazi persecution - and took a swipe at BDS