Was Edward VIII, the Duke of Windsor, really a friend to Hitler during World War II?
Russia blames Western powers for their "betrayal" of Europe in signing the 1938 Munich Agreement that allowed the Nazis to take Czechoslovakia.
Scans of nearly 40,000 documents from Argentina's ministry of foreign affairs are being transferred to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Germany had earlier taken steps to liberating its LGBTQ community—but then everything changed.
Soviet victory did not require help from Allies, the majority of Russians believe.
Germany's army "has to send signals both internally and externally that it is not rooted in the tradition” of the Nazi-era military, said Ursula von der Leyen.
Antoni Macierewicz delivered a speech commemorating the end of World War II in Europe.
The discovery of the tunnel dug by Jews to escape extermination by the Nazis raises hopes—and disturbing questions.
A collection of 169 Nazi items were sold at an auction described as "disgusting" by the Central Council of Jews.
The untold story of the wartime dash to obtain Congo’s uranium, crucial to the atomic bomb.
Authorities forced victims of Nazi persecution to relive their harrowing experiences.
AP photographs were used for Nazi propaganda, according to The Guardian newspaper.
It is a wild exaggeration to compare the ISIS threat to that of the fascist powers of the 1930s.
The German copyright expires in January, when the country will get a new, annotated edition.
The train is rumored to be carrying gold, diamonds and gems stashed during the final days of World War II.
Could ordinary Germans resist Nazism in the climate of fear created by the Nazi state?
The evaluations showed the Nazis were 'fundamentally bad guys, but that’s not a psychiatric diagnosis.'
Poland's deputy culture minister revealed the news on Friday but refused to reveal details about who the tip off came from.
“I’m certain the train exists, but it might contain dangerous materials from World War Two,” said a culture ministry authority.
The Dane has admitted to working as a guard at the concentration camp near Babruysk, Belarus in 1943 and witnessing executions of Jews there.
Oskar Groening said he is “truly sorry” for his role in the death camps.