Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Strips Nazi Officials of HonorsFamed Vienna Philharmonic quietly strips six former senior Nazi officials of honors awarded them.
PLO Official: We Supported the Nazis in WWIIFormer political bureau head of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) removes any doubt over Arab support for Nazi Germany.
Long-Lost Nazi 'Racial Theorist' Diary to MuseumRosenberg Diary of chief 'master race' ideology developer transferred to Holocaust Memorial Museum, was missing since 1946.
Holocaust Survivor and Educator Paul Argiewicz Passes AwayPaul Argiewicz passes away at 88 years old. Argiewicz used cunning to survive the camps, later told his story at schools and groups.
Berlin Zoo Seeks Jewish Shareholders Stripped of SharesAfter Nazi art looting scandal comes to light, report reveals Berlin Zoo is looking to restore its own reputation regarding Nazi era.
Israel Asks Germany to Keep Stolen Art in Jewish HandsDeputy FM Elkin urges Germany to give any Jewish-owned art from Munich trove to Jewish or Israeli museums if heirs are not found.
Largest European Menorah Lit in Berlin's Victory GateLighting at Brandenburg Gate in the center of Berlin attended by German Parliament President, 'proves there's Jewish life in Germany.'
U.S. Holocaust Survivor Reunites with Polish Savior70 years later, Jewish boy who hid from the Nazis is reunited with the Polish son whose parents risked everything to save him.
Victim of Nazi Art Trove Case: Germany's Handling 'Scandalous'AFP interview reveals human side of Nazi art trove story, which continues to unravel as Germany refuses to return all the looted works.
German Jewish Leader Blasts Return of Art Trove to RecluseLeader of Germany's Jewish community slams a decision to return paintings to a man accused of hoarding artworks stolen by Nazis.
WJC: Germany Needs To Prevent More Nazi Art IncidentsRonald Lauder, head of the World Jewish Congress, makes public statement decrying German mishandling of the Nazi art looting case.
Germany to Return Some Looted Artwork to Man Who Held ThemGerman authorities will order the return of some paintings to a recluse accused of hoarding priceless artworks stolen by the Nazis.
Eccentric German Collector 'Won't Give Up' Nazi-Looted ArtworkCornelius Gurlitt vows to fight to keep priceless artworks his father is accused of helping Nazis to loot from European Jews.
Switzerland: High Price for Legal Fees in Nazi Art LawsuitEuropean probes into art taken from Jews during the rise of Nazi Germany continues; Swiss museum wins case, only to pay hefty legal fees.
Germany to Speed Up Search for Owners of Looted ArtAmid pressure, the German government will speed up research into the rightful ownership of artworks looted by the Nazis.
Stranger Than Fiction: Clooney's New Nazi Art FilmOscar winner Clooney to show Nazi art thriller at Berlin film festival amid real-world controversy over recently-found art stolen by Nazis.
Germany: Some of Looted Art Trove May be Returned to Munich ManSome paintings in an art trove looted by the Nazis may be returned to the Munich man in whose apartment they were discovered.
German President Pays Tribute to Kristallnacht VictimsGerman President Joachim Gauck visited a former workshop whose owner fought to save his Jewish staff from deportation.
Experts: It Won't be Easy to Track Owners of Looted ArtIdentifying the rightful owners of a vast trove of art looted by the Nazis will be an enormous task, say experts.
Switzerland: Found Artworks Not 'Looted', Bought LegitimatelySwiss gallery denies involvement with German art collector found to be holding some 1500 artworks looted by Nazis during Holocaust
Germany Finds 1,500 Paintings Stolen by NazisNearly 1,500 priceless paintings that were stolen by the Nazis have been discovered in a flat in Munich.
Probe: Dutch Museum Artworks May Be From Nazi TheftA probe of the Netherlands' museums reveals 139 possible cases of Nazi-looted artworks
Death of Nazi War Criminal Sparks Burial DebateThe death in Rome of a Nazi war criminal has sparked a furor after the Vatican banned a church funeral and Argentina refused the body.
Nazi War Criminal Dies in Italy at 100Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke, who never showed remorse for his crimes, dies in Rome aged 100.
Nobel Prize Winner's 'Traumatic' Escape from the NazisMartin Karplus, who received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry, talks about his escape from Austria during the Holocaust.
Journalist: Nazi Scientists Helped Arabs Produce WMDsNazi scientists helped Arab countries produce chemical and biological weapons, an Egyptian journalist recently claimed.
Hitler's Bodyguard DiesRochus Misch, last surviving witness of Adolf Hitler's final days, dies aged 96.
Germany: Former SS Officer to Stand TrialDutch-born German national to face trial for murdering a Dutch resistance fighter, in what could be one of the last trials of its kind.
Austria Faces Questions Over Nazi-Era Hitler BellA castle, located 60 miles east of Vienna, has sparked concern after it was revealed that it contains a bell dedicated to Adolf Hitler.
Rome: Scuffles Outside Home of Nazi War CriminalScuffles erupted outside the Rome home of Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke, as he celebrated his 100th birthday.
Neo-Nazi 'Golden Dawn' Claims Youth PopularityVirulently antisemitic, xenophobic Golden Dawn party releases a poll claiming increased popularity among youth.
"Operation Last Chance"Simon Wiesenthal Center launches "unprecedented poster campaign” in major German cities to facilitate prosecution of war criminals.
Nazi-Themed Cafe Relents Amid International PressureOwner of Nazi-themed cafe in central Indonesia has agreed to close down shop after coming under a whirlwind of international pressure.
Latvia’s President Avoiding Holocaust Memorial with Pres. PeresLatvian President Andris Berzins is avoiding participating in a Holocaust memorial with Pres. Shimon Peres during his visit to Latvia
Neo-Nazi ‘Werewolf Squad’ Ferreted Out by German PoliceThe neo-Nazi ‘Werewolf Squad’ was hunted down by German police in three European nations this week in an effort to prevent bombing attacks
Slovakia Postpones Trial of Most Wanted NaziA Slovak court postponed a hearing into war crimes against 98-year-old Laszlo Csatary when he failed to appear.
New Book Finds Ties Between Nazis and HollywoodHollywood's major studios not only accepted Nazi censorship, but collaborated with Hitler, finds new book.
Lapid Hitler Facebook Image Goes Viral, Stirs OutrageFacebook image of Finance Minister Yair Lapid wearing Nazi uniform and looking like Hitler goes viral, causing outrage.
Jewish Group Calls on US to Probe Suspected Nazi in MinnesotaSimon Wiesenthal Center calls on US to investigate Minnesota resident suspected of being Nazi SS commandant who concealed wartime record.
Nazi Commander Found Living in the United StatesA top commander of a Nazi SS-led unit has been living in Minnesota since shortly after World War II.
California School Official Probed Over Nazi Twitter CommentsA school board member in California is being investigated after allegedly espousing pro-Nazi views online.
Diary of Top Hitler Aide Discovered in Upstate New YorkThe long lost diary of Alfred Rosenberg, a high ranking Nazi official with close ties to Adolf Hitler, has surfaced in an upstate New York.
NJ Father Wears Nazi Uniform to Child Custody HearingA New Jersey man, best known for naming his son Adolf Hitler, arrived in court on Monday wearing a Nazi uniform.
Netanyahu to Inaugurate New Auschwitz ExhibitionPM Netanyahu will visit Poland on June 13 for the opening of a new exhibition at museum of former Nazi Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp.
Newly Discovered Prisoner Journal Donated to AuschwitzAuschwitz-Birkenau museum has acquired newly discovered journal written and illustrated by prisoners of Nazi German death camp.
Golden Dawn: Kill Others, Not YourselvesGreek neo-Nazi party member has urged nationals to “kill those who are responsible for problems” rather than commit suicide.
Drawings from Nazi Camp Displayed at Berlin MuseumSecret drawings and sketches that a Czech artist produced and kept hidden from his Nazi captors go on display at the Jewish Museum.
Bulgarian 'Ataka' Party Follows Neo-Nazi Global TrendsBulgarian 'Ataka' party follows neo-Nazi tides, gaining sizable portion of popular vote in country's parliamentary elections.
German Director Slams Cancellation of His Wagner OperaThe German theater director, whose controversial staging of a Richard Wagner opera was cancelled, says he was censored.
Warsaw Synagogue Replica Would Make Nazis 'Turn in Their Graves'A miniature replica of Warsaw Great Synagogue will be installed on site of original, almost 70 years after it was destroyed.
More Than 10,000 Mark Mauthausen LiberationMore than 10,000 people from some 50 countries marked 68th anniversary of liberation of Nazi concentration camp at Mauthausen in Austria.
Germany Marks 80 Years Since Nazi Book BurningsA memorial on the spot where 20,000 books were burned in Berlin on May 10, 1933, will be inaugurated on Friday
Jewish Groups Slam Glenn Beck for Bloomberg Nazi SaluteTelevision personality Glenn Beck has aroused Jewish criticism for depicting New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg giving a Nazi salute.
Germany Arrests Former Auschwitz GuardHans Lipschis, a 93-year-old alleged former guard at Auschwitz, arrested by Germany. He claims he was a cook.
High Profile Neo-Nazi Terror Case Begins in GermanyThe trial of five Germans who allegedly were involved in a neo-Nazi terror campaign begins Monday in Munich.
Wold Jewish Congress to Combat Neo-Nazism at Annual AssemblyThe World Jewish Congress will kickstart its annual assembly on Sunday to discuss alarming rise of neo-Nazi political parties.
Greek Neo-Nazi Party Targets Leading Jewish GroupGreece’s neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party has launched attack against leading Jewish organization, charging "Zionists" control Greek, US policy.