Links passports issued to Russians in Crimea to Nazi population transfers
Maryland legislation would require company to compensate survivors
In 1942, the Jews of Thessaloniki paid in vain to release 10,000 Nazi prisoners
Most Nazi analogies are hyperbolic and irresponsible. But not all of them.
Three nabbed in investigation of 40 former guards still living in Germany
Interactive online map traces all child deportations to concentration camps
German ecologist uncovers Nazi plot to spread malaria in enemy-territory
But a new play explores the equally amazing—and real—tale of how an SS chief foiled Hitler’s plan to exterminate the country’s Jews
Allegedly involved in attack on French village of Oradour-sur-Glane
Famous psychoanalyst breaks the cycle of one woman’s memories of the Nazis
An investigation into ‘Antichrist Kramer,’ SSP Records, and other labels suggests a history of real-world violence and bigotry
Opponents argue that it is a distortion of history
In Slavko Goldstein’s newly translated ‘1941,’ Nazi-backed fascists tear through the Balkans. Yugoslavia never recovered.
Also there’s a swastika on his car
In a candid conversation, the great filmmaker considers his Jewish Orpheus, banality, and his final word
The strange, fascinating story of Martha Dodd
As nurses, spouses, or secretaries, German women in the east were helpmeets. A new book examines their roles in the Holocaust.
Questions you never thought you’d have to ask
After pressure from the Simon Wiesenthal Center
Oppenheim biographer Lionel Gossman responds to Walter Laqueur’s review
40 of the suspected former guards alive in Germany, many will face charges
In an excerpt from Thomas Harding’s thrilling ‘Hanns and Rudolf,’ Rudolf Höss is taken prisoner, and beaten
A controversial new exhibit celebrates mass murderers and raises war propaganda to the level of high art
Joshua Oppenheimer’s brutal film about the Indonesian genocide shows us what history looks like when blood-soaked sociopaths win
94-year-old Michael Karkoc has been in the United States since 1949
A new documentary exposes the football team of the Terezin ghetto—part of the Nazis’ strategy to fool the world
John Garfield, the tough, underrated Hollywood star who would have turned 100 today, embodied Jewish pride
Why couldn’t Soviet Jews see the dictator—who died 60 years ago—for the anti-Semitic murderer that he was?
A commenter adds to our story about Hollywood and World War II
Gun-rights advocates cite Nazi laws in their defense of the Second Amendment. Is the comparison fair?