Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra to return Nazi-looted paintingVienna Philharmonic Orchestra will return a Nazi-looted painting to the heirs of its original Jewish owner, completing a two-year process.
House passes bill to help recover Nazi-looted artBill to facilitate the return of Nazi-looted artworks to their original owners passes U.S. House of Representatives.
France returns painting to Jewish family who fled NazisFrance returns a 16th-century painting to the grandchildren of a German-Jewish couple who fled the Nazis.
Czech Jews slam volleyball team named for poison used by NazisCzech Jews protest the naming of a children’s volleyball team Cyklon B, after the poison that Nazis used to kill Jews.
Trial of former SS medic opens after long delayTrial of 95-year-old Hubert Zafke, who served at Auschwitz, opens in Germany amid health concerns.
A meaningful week in SeptemberJay Shapiro on how the world changed forever in September 1939.
EU allocates $1.5 million to expand Lodz train station museumEuropean Union allocates $1.5 million for the expansion of the museum at the Radegast train station in Lodz.
Poland signs law to prevent return of post-WWII propertyPresident Andrzej Duda has signed a law which would allow Warsaw to refuse property claims for confiscations made after World War II.
Former aide to top Nazi opens up, says few would've taken standJoseph Goebbels' former personal secretary reveals what it was like working for Hitler's chief propagandist in a new film about her life.
Nazi 'gold train' dig in Poland may separate fact from fictionTreasure hunters in Poland start digging for a hidden train long rumored to be filled with Nazi gold from the end of World War II.
Polish president pens passionate eulogy for Holocaust survivorPolish president Andrzej Duda publishes long statement eulogizing a Holocaust survivor who escaped the Sobibor death camp.
Dutch magnate: Family 'heartless' in treatment of Nazi-era JewsDutch textile magnate says his predecessors "behaved in a heartless manner" during the Holocaust.Ho
Holocaust monuments vandalized in Germany, BelarusWorld War II monuments in Germany and Belarus vandalized. No arrests have been made.
Victims of Polish atrocity remembered150 people attend commemoration on the 75th anniversary of a massacre of hundreds of Polish Jews in Jedwabne.
Unexploded WWII bomb found in German airportDanger lurking underground: 54 flights diverted after an American bomb from the war was unearthed.
Jewelry found inside mug on exhibit at Auschwitz MuseumCurators at the Auschwitz museum find a gold ring and necklace inside an enamel mug on exhibit at the museum.
Unexploded WWII bomb found under British high school1,000 households evacuated as sappers attempt to defuse the explosive.
Victory Day 2016 – As relevant today as it ever wasThe fact that 1.5 million Jews served in the allied armies and that 250,000 died in battle, is sometimes overlooked.
Nazi-era Jewish remains laid to rest in HungaryRemains of Jews found in the Danube river buried in Budapest.
Revealed: Einstein blamed US for not stopping NazisUS government of 1942 controlled by 'fascist financiers,' Einstein fumes in a never-before-seen letter.
93-year-old Auschwitz guard dies a week before trialFormer SS guard dies a week before he was scheduled to go on trial for his alleged role in the murder of more than 1,000 at Auschwitz.
Poland opens museum honoring those who saved Jews during WWIIPoland opens first museum in tribute to Poles who lost their lives helping Jews during World War II.
Hungary protesters block unveiling of statue for anti-SemiteCeremony for statue of Gyorgy Donath, politician who helped Nazis promote anti-Jewish laws in Hungary, canceled due to protests.
Suspected Auschwitz guard dies in CroatiaJakob Denzinger, who was under investigation for his Nazi past, dies at 92 before being prosecuted.
Poland seeks to punish use of the term 'Polish death camps'Poland drawing up new regulations to punish use of the phrase “Polish death camps” in reference to Nazi concentration camps.
Hundreds protest anti-Semitic statue in Hungarian cityAmerican envoy joins Hungary protest against a planned statue of World War II-era politician who had held anti-Semitic views.
Revealed: Germany still paying pensions to Nazi volunteersTelegraph exposes that the German government has continued to pay pensions to Spaniards who volunteered to fight for the Nazis.
Poll: One-Third of Americans Would Not Hide Jew During HolocaustPoll was conducted to promote the film 'Return to the Hiding Place' about Christians who sheltered Jews during World War II.
Poland Summons Russian Envoy Over World War Two CommentWarsaw angry after Russian ambassador claims Poland partially at fault for being invaded by Nazis in 1939.
Polish Explorer Claims to Have Found Nazi TunnelsOn the heels of the gold train saga, Polish explorer says he found underground structure which the Nazis built to protect people.
Site of Potential 'Nazi Gold Train' a Huge Attraction in PolandPeople flocking in large numbers to an area of Poland where treasure hunters are searching for the alleged Nazi "gold train".
Polish Military Begins Search for Fabled Nazi 'Gold Train'As treasure hunters swam southwestern Poland looking for Nazi loot, Polish Defense Ministry sends army on same mission.
Doubts Cast on Reports of 'Nazi Gold' TrainEvidence that a 'treasure train' from Nazi-era Poland have been found is dubious at best, a local mayor reveals to reporters.
Polish Official Believes Nazi 'Gold Train' ExistsPolish Deputy Culture Minister says he has seen an image to prove the discovery of an armored Nazi train missing since World War II.
Shanghai Embraces World War II Past as Safe Haven for Jews70 years since war's end, China promotes Shanghai's role as shelter for Jews from Nazis with new museum exhibition, musical play, and more.
Le Pen to be Charged with Holocaust DenialFounder of France's far-right National Front to go on trial for April assertion that Nazi gas chambers were just a 'detail' of World War II.
Prague Railway Station Could be Named After 'British Schindler'Prague mayoral candidate suggests the city's main railway station be named after Sir Nicholas Winton.
Hungary Planning Statue in Honor of Anti-Semitic MinisterBalint Homan, a WWII-era minister who wanted to expel Jews from Hungary, to be honored with statue in city of Székesfehérvár.
Prosecutors Seeking 3.5-Year Sentence for 'Auschwitz Bookkeeper'German prosecutors ask for 3½-year prison sentence for Oskar Groening, a former SS sergeant who served at Auschwitz.
World War II Tank Found in German Man's BasementA 45-ton tank, a torpedo missile, as well a host of other weapons dating to WWII found in basement of villa in wealthy German suburb.
Nazi Seaside Resort Turned Luxury HousingProra, a never completed 10,000 room Nazi resort off the Baltic Coast, will now be renovated into 150 luxury apartments.
'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Admits Guilt Before Trial PostponedOskar Groening admits guilt for his role in the Holocaust, a day before closing arguments postponed due to his bad health.
Poland to Deport Ukrainian Student Over Rude Gesture at Majdanek17-year-old Ukrainian to be deported from Poland for snapping a photo of himself waving his middle finger at a memorial in Majdanek.
Pope: Why Weren't the Railroad Routes to Auschwitz Bombed?Pope Francis denounces world for failing to act to prevent the deaths of Jews in death camps during World War II.
Nazi Propaganda Continues to Influence Germany: StudySurvey finds 5% of Germans 'extremely' anti-Semitic, doubles with Germans who lived through the Nazi regime.
Watch: Torah Installed at Western Wall in Memory of WWII HeroesTorah scroll in honor of Jewish WWII soldiers installed at Kotel, the 'place that unites the Jewish people.'
Luxembourg Apologizes to Jews Over their 'Suffering' During WWIILuxembourg apologizes to the Jewish community for its "suffering" during the Nazi occupation in World War II.
Hitler's Secret Champagne Stash Found in SaxonyCognac found in cellars six stories under historic villa, restaurant owner reveals find to European newspapers.
France Honors Four Nazi Resistance FightersFighters to be inducted into the Pantheon mausoleum in honor of the 70th anniversary of the war's end.
WWII Bomb Causes 20,000 Germans to EvacuateUn-exploded bomb near Rhine River brings city, shipping and air traffic to a halt as authorities deactivate potential 'blast from the past.'
Hungarian University Makes Holocaust Education MandatoryCatholic university in Hungary makes a course in Holocaust education mandatory for all its students.
Poland to Publish Extensive List of Auschwitz StaffPoland is preparing an extensive list of the personnel who served in Auschwitz, where more than 8,700 people are now believe to have worked.
'They Fought to Ensure Jewish Life Can Exist in Europe'European rabbis remember the 1.25 million Jewish servicemen who fought to bring an end to World War II and the Holocaust.
Japan City Defends UNESCO Listing Plan for Kamikaze LettersA party of history, or glorifying the brutality of war? Letters from Japanese pilots cause uproar.
What Really Happened to Hitler's Body?Moscow to reveal the full details of Hitler's suicide - and what came after - from Stalin's secret files in May.
Long-Delayed Museum on Nazism Opens in MunichVeterans and Holocaust survivors will join politicians at ceremony of new museum built in the "home of [Nazi] movement."
Nazi Surrender Telegram to Go Up for AuctionRare find expected to garner between $20,000-$30,000 in New York auction.