How a Holocaust-themed retelling of the Book of Esther has set this world alight.
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 admits that “the events of Auschwitz, the mass murders, were known to me.”
Soviet, Spanish archives detail how the Duke wanted to replace the British cabinet with a pro-Nazi government.
The official report is expected to show that more than 130 alleged Nazis received welfare payments over 53 years.
A traveling exhibit stopping in New York City for the first time focuses on a lesser known story of Nazi persecution.
In our May 14, 1945, issue, Newsweek wrote about the Nazi surrender to the Allies and the subsequent V-E Day celebrations.
“This was the generation that literally saved the world. That ended the war and laid a foundation for peace.”
The Veteran’s History Project at the Library of Congress preserves firsthand accounts that, like these, show the full scope of the wartime experience.
"On the question of whether I am guilty in legal terms, you must decide," Oskar Groening said.
The government are worried the house could fall into disrepair or become a shrine if it’s not properly cared for.
What Amazon’s alternate-reality series may do that your history class probably didn’t.
Here’s one thing Democrats and Republicans can agree on.
How the CIA, FBI, and other agencies hired and protected former Nazis and Nazi collaborators in the name of the Cold War
Its military leaders were fascinated by the dictator but the country is finally waking up to the perils of far-right extremism
In 2008, Eddie Izzard told Newsweek he planned to enter politics. Now, he's considering a run for mayor of London.