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    1. Germans cannot turn backs on Nazi past, Merkel says

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsMay 02 07:05 AM

      By Erik Kirschbaum BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany cannot simply draw a line under its Nazi past and must remain sensitive to the damage it caused to other countries including Greece, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday, just ahead of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two. Speaking in her weekly podcast, Merkel said she was looking forward to a May 10 memorial in Moscow with Russian...

    2. Munich opened a museum Thursday on the former site of the Nazi party headquarters, in a long-delayed reckoning with the German city's status as the "home of the movement". Museum director Winfried Nerdinger admitted that it had taken Munich too long to face up to its toxic legacy as the birthplace of Hitler's party, a fact long shrouded in shameful silence. Mayor Dieter Reiter insisted Munich ...

    3. Merkel joins Holocaust survivors to mark Nazi camp's liberation

      AFP via Yahoo! New Zealand NewsMay 03 04:21 AM

      Dachau (Germany) (AFP) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel joined survivors of the former Nazi concentration camp at Dachau on Sunday for a solemn ceremony to mark 70 years since it was liberated by US forces.

    4. German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Sunday that society must "never close its eyes" to anti-Semitism as she joined Holocaust survivors to mark 70 years since the liberation of the former Nazi concentration camp at Dachau. After laying a wreath with a former French deportee, Merkel thanked ageing survivors of the death camp who had travelled to Dachau, northwest of Munich, for sharing their ...

    5. In the 1930s, the Nazi movement was on the rise in Europe — and at summer camps for kids in the United States.

    6. Nazi-hunters the Simon Wiesenthal Center on Monday praised Germany's efforts to bring war criminals to justice some seven decades after the atrocities of the Holocaust. "The most important positive results achieved during the period under review (April 2014 to March 2015) were obtained in Germany," the group said in a statement upon the release of its annual report. The report highlighted the ...

    7. Germany cannot simply draw a line under its Nazi past and must remain sensitive to the damage it caused to other countries including Greece, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday, just ahead of th...

    8. With Allied forces closing in, top Nazi officials chose death over defeat

    9. German Chancellor Angela Merkel will join survivors of the former Nazi concentration camp at Dachau on Sunday for a solemn ceremony to mark 70 years since it was liberated by US forces. American army trucks rolled into Dachau, northwest of Munich, on April 29, 1945 to discover the unspeakable horror that had led to more than 41,000 people being killed, having starved or died of disease. French ...

    10. Merkel Says Germany Can't Cut Off Nazi Past, Cites Greece

      Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceMay 02 07:57 AM

      Germany has a duty to deal sensitively with the Nazi era, Chancellor Angela Merkel said, citing a debate in Greece about German responsibility for the country’s occupation during World War II. “We see this in the discussion in Greece and also in other European countries. While voicing understanding for the “long-lasting wounds” caused by the Nazis across Europe, the chancellor declined to ...

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