Republican Jewish Coalition calls on Democratic nominee to apologize for comparing president to Nazi propagandist
Mayor committed to preserving stones used for construction of the market square during Nazis’ WWII assault
Officers also accused of sharing doctored images depicting refugees in gas chambers and using far-right chatrooms
Lithuanian Who Destroyed Memorial to Nazi War Criminal Receives Prison Sentence – and Flees the Country
Stanislav Tomas destroyed a plaque dedicated to Jonas Noreika, a known Nazi war criminal seen as a national hero by some Lithuanians for his fight against the Communist regime
Why did an American director decide to come to Israel, during a pandemic, to make a Hebrew-language film? Jake Paltrow - Gwyneth's brother - is on set in Jaffa, armed with face masks and using 16mm cameras to tell three true, riveting stories
93-year-old Bruno Dey was convicted last month of 5,232 counts of accessory to murder – equal to the number of people believed to have been killed during his time at Stutthof concentration camp
Construction work in Lezajsk leads to what could be largest discovery in years of tombstones stolen to build roads
‘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’
Opinion Australian Aboriginal Activists Protested Against the Nazis. Time for Us Jews to Return the Favor
Our Australian Jewish community has persuasive power to make societal change, and we should use it to fight the systemic prejudices that still exist against our Indigenous brothers and sisters
It was clear that a new, provocative book about Sweden’s attitude toward the Nazis in World War II was going to stir up controversy. But the author didn’t imagine that the state would seize its last print run and demand to pulp it
According to new study, doctors showed other residents how to avoid the epidemic, but they couldn’t save the survivors from being murdered in the death camps
'If you vote for Biden, you’re going to be living in Nazi Germany,' the woman said to another shopper filming the incident
In a closing statement earlier this week, the wheelchair-bound German retiree apologized for his role in the Nazis’ machinery of destruction, saying 'it must never be repeated'
'The Bohemians’ tells the crazy story of a network of bourgeois Berliners who dreamed of ousting Hitler. Its author, Norman Ohler, also has other tales to tell, including sharing broccoli with Yasser Arafat
Opinion Exposing Jordan Peterson’s Barrage of Revisionist Falsehoods About Hitler, the Holocaust and Nazism
Jordan Peterson, YouTube psychology guru and right-wing cult figure, talks a lot about Hitler, WWII and Nazism – in lectures riddled with alarming errors, spurious analogies and a strange reluctance to use the word 'Holocaust.' This is why his constant misinformation matters
'Never forget, Nazis tore down statues. Banned free speech. Blamed economic hardships on one group of people. Institute gun control. Sound familiar?' part of the post read
Who was Josef Redlich, and what exactly did he say in a 1932 meeting with the Nazis’ leading jurist, who would later construct Nazi legal theory?
This Writer Brought a Polish War Hero to the World’s Attention – So Why Are Some Poles Still Pissed at Him?
Jack Fairweather spent five years working on his book ‘The Volunteer,’ about a Polish resistance fighter who infiltrated and also broke out of the Nazi death camp. He tells Haaretz what its hero, Witold Pilecki, can teach us today in our own time of disunity and distrust
Aristides de Sousa Mendes saved the lives of an estimated 10,000 Jews in World War II, and his efforts have finally been recognized by the Portuguese government. This is his story, first published by Haaretz in August 2013
Russian president says Warsaw’s leaders betrayed their people by fleeing as the German army advanced, while the West helped Germany and bowed to Hitler
The ads showed a red inverted triangle, a symbol that was also used by the Nazis to identify political prisoners, with text asking Facebook users to sign a petition against antifa
New regulations include disinfection at the entrance to the museum and new tour route to minimize visitors coming into contact with one another
Jewish campaigners called the move a 'momentous judgement'
One police officer executed an infant before his mother’s eyes, others raped and murdered a young woman in their car. A groundbreaking study portrays for the first time the Polish police's involvement in the Nazis’ annihilation project. Historian Jan Grabowski is at it again
Many critics have held back from using ‘fascist’ to describe the president, but recent events have forced them to reconsider. What does using the term ‘fascism’ clarify, and what does it obscure?
The new gate was developed especially for the Auschwitz memorial site ahead of its expected reopening: 'We're the first museum in the world to apply this innovative solution'
The senior interrogator moved to Germany, the deputy commander was murdered by terrorists. The story of Bureau 06 of the Israel Police, which undertook the monumental task of interrogating Adolf Eichmann and collecting evidence against him
Alaskan Lawmaker Says Hitler Wasn't a White Supremacist, Compares COVID-19 Restrictions to Nazi Tactics
Nazi leader was just ‘fearful’ of the ‘Jewish nation,’ says state Republican Rep. Ben Carpenter, who also asked if health stickers were available as a ‘yellow Star of David’
Thousands commemorate victims of the Ustasa regime while a Catholic Mass honored them: 'My two grandfathers, their brothers and my grandmother were all killed by these fascists who have been honored today'
This weekend, Sarajevo Cathedral will host a Mass honoring murderous and fiercely anti-Semitic WWII fascists. It’s the latest spike in a long-term project of historical revisionism by Bosnian Croat leaders, Croatia and the Catholic Church