Latest Nazism Stories
Collection Once Presented to Hitler as "Surprise Gift" WASHINGTON, Feb.
History Hunter Craig Gottlieb To Donate Portion of Proceeds to Charity LOS ANGELES, Oct.
Membership organization joins innovative list with other Inc.
The Biology of the 2nd Reich debuts August, 18th 2014 SEATTLE, Aug.
SAN MARINO, Calif., Aug. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- In a transfer ceremony at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens today, Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero accepted on behalf of the U.S. Government the original Nuremberg Laws presented by Steven S.
"Propaganda is a truly terrible weapon in the hands of an expert." -- Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, 1924 WASHINGTON, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Nazi Party developed a sophisticated propaganda machine that deftly spread lies about its political opponents, Jews and the need for war.
A Belgian TV network has been criticized after advertisements for a travel-themed show depicted the host as a scantily clad Adolf Hitler. The print ads for broadcaster VRT's travel show featured host Tomas de Soete dressed as a Hitler caricature wearing only a swastika armband and pants while giving a stiff-armed salute with the Nazi flag behind him, the Daily Mail reported The picture was accompanied by the message: Discover the real Europe.
By Erik Kirschbaum BAD BOLL, Germany (Reuters) - Hoping to cleanse themselves of their Nazi past before the World Cup starts, German soccer leaders have broadened their examination of their shameful history in the Third Reich and embraced their critics.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Police raided more than 100 buildings across Germany on Tuesday in a hunt for suspected members of the banned neo-Nazi group "Blood & Honor." In raids in Bavaria, they seized a hand grenade and a 7.65 mm caliber pistol, police said.
By Erik Kirschbaum BERLIN (Reuters) - It has taken 60 years for Germany's soccer federation to face up to a dark period in its history when it collaborated with the Nazis.
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