In November 1942, Eisenhower needed help in Algiers while his troops were landing on the coast. Enter Jos Aboulker and his friends
Israel's push to expel 45,000 African asylum seekers and migrants borrows from Eichmann's 1938 playbook for expelling Austria's Jews
Chiune Sugihara is celebrated as a hero for defying orders from Tokyo in 1940, helping Jews flee the Nazis and travel through Russia on to China, Japan and beyond
While Nazi criminals were hanged or committed suicide in their cells, a secret network operating out of Malmo made sure the Nazi idea stayed alive
The same vitriolic language pre-war anti-Semites used about Jews is now being used against Muslims in today's Austria. Both the far right and centrist parties want Jews to join an 'enlightened' Judeo-Christian front against the Muslim 'other'
Opinion Austria's Jewish Community Head: The Freedom Party's neo-Nazis Can't Camouflage Their Hatred of Jews by Visits to Israel
When we celebrate the liberation of Europe from Nazi Germany, Freedom Party parliamentarians mourn the end of the Third Reich. We will take no part in normalizing their participation in government
96-year-old Former Auschwitz Guard Challenges Prison Sentence, Claiming It Violates His 'Right to Life'
Oskar Groening was convicted and sentenced in July 2015 to four years in jail for his role in the murder of 300,000 Hungarian Jews at the concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland
As Austrian Jews, we state clearly: The Freedom Party, which remains anti-Semitic and racist to its core, is not, and never will be, a viable moral option as a partner in government
Victor Emmanuel III is known for signing off on Mussolini's racial laws in 1938 and his 1940 decision to join World War II on the side of Nazi Germany
The step is one of several that Twitter said it would take to crack down on white nationalists and other violent or hateful groups