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
Some worrying components of Hebrew fascism are still evident in Israel's right wing, 80 years on
Conspirators 'set their stamp on a part of history otherwise defined by the darkness of Nazism,' Merkel says, vows to 'confront all tendencies that want to destroy democracy'
The U.S. president may be Earl of Israel who deserves his own Bible book - but he is also a Prince of Prejudice, Marquis of Malice and Viscount of Venom
Netanyahu, who has been criticized for failing to confront European anti-Semitism, lauded meeting with Oleh Lyashko – who is known for controversial remarks
Education Minister Peretz's analogy between extermination and assimilation was far more repulsive - but the reactions far more restrained
Green Left, which has publicly endorsed BDS, distances itself from activist, calling remarks 'inappropriate and unacceptable'
The painting had been placed on the Lost Art List, an official database for artwork suspected to have been stolen by the Nazis
A team of archaeologists who unearthed the site say it contains the bodies of at least 40 people, including 12 children
'We wanted to dry the Nazis out,' says a local activist
The Smithsonian documentary delves into the World War II history of Alderny, the only British territory conquered by Nazis
In 1932, Haaretz's reporter in Berlin was sent to cover a libel trial in which the Nazi leader was sued by one of his opponents. Hitler made a good impression, the reporter noted, paving the way for decades of fake news
Museum says it will show role of both the Hungarian government and ordinary Hungarians in the Holocaust
The Zionist attempt to create a secular-national movement based on Jewish identity could not help but have a religious messianic component. From there it was inevitable that it would turn racist
Recent Haaretz story on poignant wartime journal written by teen Jewish girl Judit Ornstein leads to surprising new discoveries — including how the diary ended up in Israel and the identity of a mystery man called 'Ephraim Gross'
If the Nazis were in power today, during the digital revolution, they would rule the world, says Dr. Yaniv Levyatan, an expert in psychological warfare
Sparking an uproar in 2015, Netanyahu argued prominent Palestinian leader 'played an important role' in Hitler's plan to annihilate the Jews, but Prof. Mustafa Abbasi says Palestinians were 'not at all' looking to aid the Nazis
The 2017 'artistic performance' in which demonstrators chained themselves to the 'Arbeit Macht Frei' gate was meant to protest wars in Ukraine and Syria
'As a sign that you have read this, send me a blue thread in a parcel': The heroic tale of young Ravensbrück inmates whose coded messages to their families were no less than genius
Verena Bahlsen said her father's company, which employed about 200 forced laborers during World War II, 'did nothing wrong'
Nearly 60 years after she attended and wrote about the Eichmann trial, Hannah Arendt remains a controversial figure among intellectuals in Israel
In 1942, an SS officer told a Swedish diplomat about the Nazi death camps. A new documentary has revived the story
Novelist Raphaela Edelbauer has been exploring the history of the camp at a former gypsum mine. It reflects a culture of denial
The life of Tsiporah Singer, 96, was saved twice during WWII. Lying on the floor, unable to move, a German told her this was her end. 'I tightened my fists and said to myself, you’re wrong, I’m going to live'
Yad Vashem exhibits 12 letters online, written by Jews on their last journey
Results are 'disturbing' seeing as some of the key perpetrators of the Nazi genocide were Austrian, U.S. Jewish organization says
Nadan Feldman, who's writing a doctorate at Hebrew University, identifies support for Hitler in the '20s and '30s in the family that owned one of the world's largest chemical companies
'Anyone who wants to find an enemy finds an enemy in the Jew,' says Beate Klarsfeld, who along with his wife Serge have worked to protect institutions from rising nationalism
Swiss journalist Sacha Batthyany knew he belonged to an aristocratic family, centered around his respected aunt. He didn’t know about the murderous ball held in 1945, that led to a personal quest, threats from relatives and a book
Considering the amount of original research that has been done in recent decades, is this number still considered accurate by scholars of the subject?