Plan to turn WWII concentration into spa-resort sparks outrage

Island of Mamula in Montenegro, a concentration camp under Mussolini, granted tender to become a hotel and spa resort.Raphael Poch, 1/21/2016, 9:49 AM

Survivor: 'I Feel Great Pride When I See the IDF Protecting Us'

Menachem Sandovsky, a survivor from the Lodz Ghetto, relates his experiences guiding tours of the death camps in Arutz Sheva interview.Moshe Cohen, 4/28/2014, 9:37 PM

Italy's Former PM Angers Germans with Comments on Camps

Berlin outraged after Silvio Berlusconi says Germans denied the existence of Nazi concentration camps.Elad Benari, 4/28/2014, 6:12 AM

PA Says 'Hitler Would Have Learned Oppression From Israel'

Senior PA official says on PA TV Adolf Hitler 'would have learned about extermination camps' from 'racist and fascist' Israel.Ari Yashar, 4/10/2014, 8:09 PM

The French Railway and the Jews 1943-44

Manfred Gerstenfeld interviews Bernard Emsellem, former French State Railway Executive: "In the armistice agreement of June 1940, the SNCF was placed at the entire disposal of the German army" - with tragic results.Dr. Manfred Gerstenfeld, 3/6/2014, 10:05 AM

Merkel's Dachau Visit Sparks Controversy

Holocaust survivors laud Angela Merkel as the first German leader to visit Dachau, but political opponents accuse her of "electioneering."Arutz Sheva, 8/20/2013, 2:34 PM

Merkel to Become First German Leader to Visit Dachau

Angela Merkel will be the first German official to visit Dachau concentration camp as a "signal of respect for the former detainees."Kochava Rozenbaum , 8/14/2013, 10:05 PM

Nazi War Criminal 'Dr. Death' Officially Declared Dead

Nazi war criminal Aribert Heim, known as "Doctor Death", has officially been pronounced dead. Rachel Hirshfeld , 9/23/2012, 10:24 AM

Australian Radio Host Apologizes for Hitler 'Joke'

Australian public broadcaster Tom Ballard apologized for a word association game in which he linked Hitler and a wind farm. Rachel Hirshfeld , 8/13/2012, 8:45 AM

Wiesel Returns Hungarian Government Award

Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel returns Hungarian government award after top officials in Budapest attend a ceremony for a Nazi sympathizer.Elad Benari, 6/19/2012, 4:46 AM