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Policeman Dies After Raid on Nazi Supporter in Germany

The gunman opened fire when the police came to seize his weapons, after he ignored repeated warnings, officials said.
Editorial: Razing Hitler’s House

Editorial: Razing Hitler’s House

Adolf Hitler’s birthplace, photographed in 1938.
Germany Confronts, in Unique Exhibit, Its ‘Holocaust of the Bullets’

Germany Confronts, in Unique Exhibit, Its ‘Holocaust of the Bullets’

An exhibition by the Topography of Terror Foundation in Berlin explores the mass executions after the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union. “We Germans know the stories and the scars much less well than
71 Years After He Vanished, Raoul Wallenberg Is Declared Dead

71 Years After He Vanished, Raoul Wallenberg Is Declared Dead

The Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg in the 1930s. Mr. Wallenberg disappeared in Hungary in the closing months of World War II, and is believed to have been killed in a Soviet prison.
Volkswagen Parts Ways With the Historian Who Chronicled Its Nazi Past

Volkswagen Parts Ways With the Historian Who Chronicled Its Nazi Past

Part of the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, Germany. The facility, still the automaker’s main manufacturing center, was once a Nazi prestige project making military goods including land mines, parts
Volkswagen Parts Ways With the Historian Who Chronicled Its Nazi Past

Volkswagen Parts Ways With the Historian Who Chronicled Its Nazi Past

Part of the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, Germany. The facility, still the automaker’s main manufacturing center, was once a Nazi prestige project making military goods including land mines, parts
Review: An Anti-Nazi Protest in the Guise of Opera

Review: An Anti-Nazi Protest in the Guise of Opera

“Simplicius Simplicissimus” was written in the mid-1930s, but not performed until after the Third Reich had been defeated.
8 Lines Written by Anne Frank Fetch $148,000 at Auction

8 Lines Written by Anne Frank Fetch $148,000 at Auction

Jacqueline van Maarsen, Anne Frank’s friend, in Amsterdam in 2015.

Holocaust-Themed Ice Dance in Russia Draws Condemnation

The televised act, performed by Tatiana Navka, a skater married to an aide of President Vladimir V. Putin, was based on the film “Life Is Beautiful.”

Holocaust-Themed Ice Dance in Russia Draws Condemnation

The televised act, performed by Tatiana Navka, a skater married to an aide of President Vladimir V. Putin, was based on the film “Life Is Beautiful.”
Honoring Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust Witness Who Kept a Memory Alive

Honoring Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust Witness Who Kept a Memory Alive

“He loved this country,” Elisha Wiesel said of his father on Wednesday at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ Gate Thought to Be Stolen From Dachau Is Found

‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ Gate Thought to Be Stolen From Dachau Is Found

A gate found in Norway that was believed to have been taken from the Dachau concentration camp in southern Germany in 2014.
What in the World: Nazi Grave in Brazil Endures as Marker of Secret Plan to Colonize

What in the World: Nazi Grave in Brazil Endures as Marker of Secret Plan to Colonize

A Nazi grave marker in a cemetery near Laranjal do Jari, Brazil. The alternate image has been enhanced for legibility, consistent with its original painting.
Holocaust Survivors Score Victory in Reclaiming Stolen Art

Holocaust Survivors Score Victory in Reclaiming Stolen Art

The Senate, among its last votes of the year before Harry Reid of Nevada, center, the Democratic leader, retires, unanimously passed legislation this week to make it easier for Holocaust survivors and
Ruling Paves Way for Transfer of Art Trove Including Nazi-Looted Works

Ruling Paves Way for Transfer of Art Trove Including Nazi-Looted Works

Some of the roughly 1,500 artworks Cornelius Gurlitt kept for years in his Munich apartment.
Science News That Stuck With Us in 2016

Science News That Stuck With Us in 2016

An image of the well-preserved medieval ship found at the bottom of the Black Sea, one of more than 40 wrecks discovered. Photogrammetry, a process using thousands of photographs and readings,
Marion Pritchard, Who Risked Her Life to Rescue Jews From Nazis, Dies at 96

Marion Pritchard, Who Risked Her Life to Rescue Jews From Nazis, Dies at 96

Marion Pritchard with Erica Polak, a Jewish baby she was hiding, in 1944.
School Parade in Taiwan Featuring Swastikas and Nazis Unleashes Uproar

School Parade in Taiwan Featuring Swastikas and Nazis Unleashes Uproar

A cardboard tank at the Hsinchu Kuang-Fu High School in Hsinchu City, Taiwan.
What in the World: Berlin Attraction Reveals an Uneasy Phenomenon: Hitler Sells

What in the World: Berlin Attraction Reveals an Uneasy Phenomenon: Hitler Sells

A replica of Hitler’s bunker in Berlin. It was built about a mile from the original site by a private company, Historiale, which also runs the Berlin Story Museum next door.
Germany’s Latest Best Seller? A Critical Version of ‘Mein Kampf’

Germany’s Latest Best Seller? A Critical Version of ‘Mein Kampf’

“Hitler, Mein Kampf, A Critical Edition,” includes about 3,500 annotations by a team of scholars and historians.