Roughly 35 years after the Holocaust, Germans flocked to movie theaters and video stores to watch Israeli youth make out, measure their penises, and spy into girls’ locker rooms.
Valeria Bystritskaia, who won the title in 2011, says she kept her Jewish identity secret for fear it will hurt her chances
A Far-Right Party Just Became the Third-Largest Force in the German Bundestag. Here’s What It Means.
German politics just went from being reassuringly boring to ominously contentious
‘The Deputy,’ staged in West Berlin in 1963, was the first German drama to take on the horrors of the Holocaust and Pope Pius XII’s moral failures in World War II
What’s the right way to remember both victims and perpetrators of great crimes?
In a candid Tablet magazine interview, the rising politician talks about her rejection of Islam, being called a neo-Nazi, and why Jews should see European nationalism as a welcome development
If attacking Europe’s Jews over the purported acts of Middle Eastern Jews isn’t the definition of historical anti-Semitism, what is?
The troubling rise of ‘Alternative for Germany’
A new, almost 2,000-page annotated version of Mein Kampf is going hot off the shelves in Germany
The Nazi propaganda master built a huge mansion north of Berlin in 1936, which has been for sale for 15 years with no takers. Bid away.
Tracing the birth of ‘Jewish studies’ as we know it
The Munich City Council continued its ban on Stolpersteine, a vote supported by a local Jewish leader. But plans are in the works for other commemorations.
Will an art restitution allow Michael Hayden to reconnect with his German roots?