'Nazi Gold' Treasure Hunters Could Face ChargesPiotr Koper and Andreas Richter could make millions on 'Nazi gold' train find - if they aren't convicted over missing permits.
Nazi Propaganda Continues to Influence GermanySurvey finds 5% of Germans 'extremely' anti-Semitic, doubles with Germans who lived through the Nazi regime.
Hitler's Secret Champagne Stash Found in SaxonyCognac found in cellars six stories under historic villa, restaurant owner reveals find to European newspapers.
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.
Nazi Surrender Telegram to Go Up for AuctionRare find expected to garner between $20,000-$30,000 in New York auction.
'Apples to Apples' Card Causes 'Nazi Poland' SnafuApples to...oranges? Mattel apologizes after Warsaw insists card for 'Schindler's List' in popular game was 'historically inaccurate.'
French D-Day Architect DiesJean-Louis Cremieux-Brilhac, one of the first to condemn the Holocaust and man who wrote instructions for French during D-Day, was 98.
Greece Demands $303B in Reparations from BerlinSudden demands for billion in reparation funds surface as Greece struggles to pay off massive debt.
Hermann Goering's Suit to Be Auctioned in UKNazi leader's suit found to be an original - after auction house owner notices sweat stains.
Leftist Playwright Compares Jewish Home to NazisYehoshua Sobol says "Stop Apologizing" slogan reminiscent of law enacted in Nazi Germany to appease nation's sense of guilt.
eBay Removes Soap Made from 'Holocaust Victims'Dutch prosecutors block sale of soap after antiquities owner hands himself in to police.
Fanta Ad Pulled in Germany After Nazi GaffeCoca-cola pulls TV ad for Fanta, after it fails to mention that it was created due to supply shortages in Nazi Germany.
Poland to Restore PhDs Voided by Nazi GermanyUniversity makes 'symbolic gesture' to restore doctorates held by Jews and Nazi opposers.
Robert Wolfe: The Holocaust History 'Warrior'The passing of chief archivist of Nazi crimes is also the end of an era.
Prominent German Jewish writer Ralph Giordano DiesGiordano, a Holocaust survivor, wrote 23 books on social and national issues.
Desecrated Jewish Tombstones Return to CemeteriesPolish officials to restore Jewish tombstones in Warsaw to their rightful place after they are discovered bricked into WWII-era buildings.
German Teacher Caught Stealing from AuschwitzGerman teacher attempts to steal victims' items from Auschwitz-Birkenau museum in latest case of death camp-linked theft.
Czech MP: Church was a Partner in the HolocaustCzech MP causes storm after accusing the Catholic Church of agreeing to massacre of Jews, helping Nazis escape justice.
Auction House Faces Controversy Over Nazi ItemsJewish community leaders in Adelaide slam auction house for selling Nazi flags and swords as 'militaria.'
Nazi Art Hoarder Leaves Stash to Swedish MuseumDisputed artworks donated to Bern Art Museum foundation. Will they ever be returned to their Jewish owners?
Vienna Philharmonic to Return Nazi Looted PaintingAustrian orchestra known to have a Nazi past becomes newest party in Nazi-looted art reparation efforts.
Germany, Heir Reach Accord on 'Nazi Art' StashArt hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt likely to retain many of the Nazi-looted artworks after settling deal with German government.
New Yorker Joins Legal Fray over Nazi Art TroveCornelius Gurlitt, alleged hoarder of art stolen by the Nazis, fights petition to return stolen painting to heir of looting victim.
Germany Rejects Greek Holocaust ReparationsCommunity of Thessaloniki will not receive compensation for Holocaust horrors, Berlin says, but leaves possibility of future aid open.
Hungary Backpedals on Disputed Holocaust MonumentBudapest responds to Jewish groups' outrage at monument, which allegedly whitewashes its role in the Holocaust.
German Recluse Launches Website on 'Nazi Art'Cornelius Gurlitt, German man suspected of hoarding 1,400 works of art taken from Jews by the Nazis, launches site about the trove.
Heinrich Himmler's Private Letters PublishedHeinrich Himmler's letters document the rise and fall of Nazi Germany - and the private life of Adolf Hitler's right-hand man.
Bavaria Flip-Flops, Allows Printing of Mein KampfIn yet another about-face, German state decides to publish an annotated edition of Adolf Hitler's hate-filled manifesto.
Berlin Museum Artworks: Sold Under Nazi Duress?Hearing begins Wednesday on the 'Welfenschatz,' believed to have been sold by Jewish owners under Nazi regime.
Bavaria Retracts Reprint Plans for Mein KampfGerman state retracts 2012 initiative to provide German-language reprint of Adolf Hitler hate text, after complaints from Jewish groups.
Nazi Art Trove: Painting Returned to Jewish OwnersMarc Chagall painting found in Nazi art trove among first to be returned to descendants of Holocaust victims.
Roger Waters Compares Israel to Nazi GermanyPink Floyd vocalist says in interview that Israel's policy is similar to what went on in the 1930s in Germany.
Berlin Zoo seeks Jewish Members Stripped of SharesAfter Nazi art looting scandal comes to light, report reveals Berlin Zoo is looking to restore its own reputation regarding Nazi era.
Moshe Arens in Shdema Speaks: Warsaw Ghetto EventsEvent, funded by Women in Green, discusses full extent of Jewish, Israeli involvement in Uprising, tells unknown perspective.
Portraits Looted by Nazis in TA ExhibitionOnce given up for lost, David Friedmann's vivid portraits of pre-WW2 Jewish musicians arrive at Tel Aviv exhibition.
Denmark Grapples with Relations with Nazi GermanyA brave move which helped save thousands of Danish Jews - or a surrender which helped facilitate the Nazi war effort?
92-Year-Old Ex-Nazi Now On Trial For MurderSiert Bruins, a Dutch-born former Nazi, will appear before a German court: accused of killing a resistance fighter back in 1944.
Nazi Rosenberg's Diary FoundDiary kept by Alfred Rosenberg, a confidant of Adolf Hitler, had been missing since the Nuremberg trials ended in 1946.
Switzerland knew of Holocaust in 1942: reportSwiss officials knew in May 1942 that Jews were being exterminated in Nazi concentration camps, Swiss television reported.
Jewish Author Tenenbon: Germans are Anti-SemitesAuthor Tuvia, founder of New York’s Jewish theatre, dropped a bombshell in his new book, calling most Germans secret anti-Semites.