Minn. GOP chairman’s ‘quisling’ remark draws fire
National Archives puts Nazi papers on public view
Outrage in Italy as ex-Nazi officer free to shop
Nazi praise sparks Swiss rethink of Le Corbusier
Israel passes Nazi-seized drawing to owner’s heir
Ukraine honors victims of Nazi massacre
KIEV, Ukraine — Hundreds of people gathered in the Ukrainian capital on Wednesday to mark the 69th anniversary of the Nazi massacre of tens of thousands of Jews.
Controversial British writer visits Holocaust site
Reclusive World War II heroine buried with honors
Reclusive World War II heroine to be buried
Court rejects bid to bar testimony on Demjanjuk
Germany: Demjanjuk trial meets after summer break
British writer and commando Micky Burn dies at 97
Jail sentence extended for Austrian right-winger
Minister condemns German lawmaker comment on WWII
Official condemns German lawmaker comment on WWII
Romanian Gypsy leader compares Sarkozy to Nazis
Fight over Eichmann files back to German court
German police raid largest neo-Nazi group
BERLIN — Police on Tuesday raided buildings used by Germany’s largest neo-Nazi group in an effort to find evidence to support banning it, the Interior Ministry said.
Yad Vashem gets access to Polish archives
WARSAW, Poland — Israel’s Holocaust museum Yad Vashem signed an agreement with Poland on Monday that gives it access to World War II-era documents held in archives across the eastern European country.
Book says Nazi hunter Wiesenthal worked for Mossad
Poland marks 71 years since start of WWII
WARSAW, Poland — Poland is marking the 71st anniversary of Nazi Germany’s invasion, which started World War II.
Report: 100 Russian skinheads attack concertgoers
Huntington gives Nazi papers to National Archives
Calif. library gives Nazi papers to Nat’l Archives
National Archives to house infamous Nazi papers
Schiele art back in Austria after ownership feud
Tree behind Anne Frank House falls over
AMSTERDAM — The Anne Frank Museum says the monumental chestnut tree that cheered the teenage diarist while she was in hiding from the Nazis has toppled over.
Painting stolen by Nazis back in Austrian museum
Germans wary of Google Street View
BERLIN — Germans have long harbored an obsession about protecting privacy, with memories of Nazi-era denouncements of neighbors and East German secret police snooping still alive. Now they have found a new target for their fears: Google “Street View.”
Palestinians learn about the Holocaust in Israel
Peres’ Romania comment criticized by Jewish center
Documents suggest Demjanjuk link to 2nd Nazi camp
Germans visit Ukraine in WWII apology
KIEV, Ukraine — Some 200 Germans have arrived in the Ukrainian capital to take part in actions aimed at apologizing for Nazi forebears’ crimes in World War II.
NJ court: Nazi-naming parents shouldn’t get kids
Iran Holocaust-denying website angers Israel
Judge rules against Russia on Jewish documents
Eastern Europe under spotlight on art restitution
Germany: Hackers attack Buchenwald website
Exploits of US spy agency known as the Pond
Sarkozy orders illegal Roma immigrants expelled
Rare 3D film shows Warsaw devastated after WWII
Former Nazi SS officer Steidtmann dead at 95
Peres: Croatian WWII camp was a show of ’sadism’
Clarification: Soup Nazi story
NEW YORK — In a July 20 story, The Associated Press reported about the reopening of the store that inspired the Soup Nazi episode on “Seinfeld.” The story said the store charges $20 for an extra-large cup of crab bisque. It should have specified the extra-large serving comes in a quart-size container.
NY stolen art fight ends in $19 million settlement