An unnamed 100-year-old former Nazi was charged Monday with over 3,500 counts of accessory to murder during his time as a guard at Sachsenhausen concentration camp, where more than 100,000 people were killed during the final years of World War II.
Dated May 7 of 1945, the letter was written by Jules Schelvis to his cousin Karel Stroz and is the earliest evidence from a Dutch survivor of the existence of Sobibor, a camp near Lublin in Poland.
Yet another reason to be horrified by the Chinese Communist Party's treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
The Trump administration does not look the other way when it comes to China's repression of its Uyghur Muslims.
Red inverted triangles were used to identify political prisoners in concentration camps during the holocaust, as other symbols were used to identify other people imprisoned in concentration camps.
The Gazette newspaper in Colorado Springs, Colorado, published an editorial condemning the Nazi Germany name-calling over criticism of the state's shelter-in-place orders.
Anti-liberal Harvard Law professor Adrian Vermuele sparked controversy Thursday on Twitter by saying a group of principled conservatives would comprise the "first group for the camps."
"It's going to take a lot of white people. We need white people right now, to do the work. We need white people to organize themselves and do that kind of work."
"They're actually resorting to violence and terroristic threats and they should be arrested for that," John Torres said. "They should be arrested."
Mike Pompeo prompted an angry response by branding China's re-education camps "the stain of the century."
Trump supporters seeking to normalize concentration camps have no mandate to get offended on our behalf when the obvious comparison is made.
"The very core of Holocaust education is to alert the public to dangerous developments that facilitate human rights violations," the scholars wrote.
The group is seeking legal costs after 36 demonstrators were arrested.
"She is completely historically accurate," one historian told Newsweek.
"Whether it's a Green New Deal or Democratic takeover of healthcare, those all come with a huge cost and that cost is loss of freedom," Cheney says.
Dominik Tarczynski is among those offended by Ocasio-Cortez's comparison of southern border centers with Nazi death camps.
"Never Again" means never again for anyone, or else it doesn't mean anything at all.
Ocasio-Cortez's remarks have divided commentators.
"Its completely inappropriate, it's reckless, it's irresponsible, it's misinformed, and it's flat out wrong," ICE executive director Mark Morgan said.
"We also advise that the United States take a hard look at its own domestic human rights record, and first take care of its own affairs," Chinese spokesperson Lu Kang said.
"China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremization work for its national security."
Simon Levis Sullam says Italians played "varying but crucial parts in the tragic process that resulted in genocide," and calls on the country's leaders to admit historical complicity.
After intense backlash against the "Polish death camps" law, Warsaw is watering it down to remove criminal punishment.
Also listed are Soviet gulags and WWII Japanese internment camps.
A woman claims that she was invited to the party as the "main prize" for a soldier.
Poland is removing all statues and memorials to totalitarian regimes, including those to Soviet soldiers.