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  1. STAMFORD - Judith Altmann's life changed forever the year she was 14. It was 1939, the year Nazis invaded her hometown of Jasina, Czechoslovakia. Altmann had to start wearing a yellow Star of ...

  2. The Nazis Among Us

    The Nation1 day ago

    This seems appropriate, as In the Fade’s subject matter is equally explosive: the murderous violence of the German far right—ruthless, Hitler-adulating neo-Nazis whose underground networks in ...

  3. Mystery has swirled around the two pages of Anne Frank’s diary where brown paper was pasted over the writing. Thanks to modern image processing technology, the writing from 1942 was uncovered ...

  4. "It's never right to call other human beings 'animals.' It's not something we should even have to debate. Calling the cruelest among us names such as "animal" or any other "dehumanizing" epithet ...

  5. Renowned for its relentless confrontation of its Nazi past, Germany's culture of remembrance faces new 21st-Century challenges as survivors of World War II and the Holocaust disappear and far-right ...

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  7. ON SEPTEMBER 9th 1944, not long after the siege of Leningrad was lifted, a regional committee of Soviet deputies issued an order establishing a theatre, “to raise the spirits of the people and ...

  8. Oscar-winning director Pawel Pawlikowski, who won best director at the Cannes film festival Saturday, has touched on some of Poland's most sensitive taboos without trying to make political films ...

  9. The son of holocaust survivors talks about war crimes, “cowardly” Israel, possible war with Iran, and his new book, “Gaza: An Inquest into its Martyrdom.”

  10. The special prosecutor’s probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election offers an unsettling journey for anyone steeped in Russian Jewry, and the transition from the repression of the former ...

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