Leader struggles for an annotated ‘Mein Kampf’
Even if al-Qaeda wants it, plus more in the news
Maybe, if Jerusalem woman’s spit says so
To get with the peace program
British man plum forgot where he stored stepfather’s art works
An Austrian museum mounts an exhibition on the Jewish love affair with the Alps
What’s the right temperature for remembrance?
A memoir burnishes the reputation of the Operation Valkyrie conspirators
Thirty years later, a look at how an American miniseries altered German perspectives on the Holocaust
Music made her do it
A young German reinvents the Holocaust novel
Germany’s ever-evolving struggle with anti-Semitism
A Passover in Berlin stirs up questions of freedom and faith
In bidding on a batch of stamps, Reinhard Kaiser unearthed the story of an ill-fated wartime romance
In The Lost, Daniel Mendelsohn excavates some unsettling truths about brotherhood, betrayal, and the Book of Genesis.
When Walter Abish wrote about Germany sight unseen, critics tried to explain him. Does his memoir make him any easier to read?
Why does Antonio Mu