The German copyright expires in January, when the country will get a new, annotated edition.
Few refugee shelters in Europe have as much history as Tempelhof Airport, which recently opened hangars to more than 2,000 asylum seekers.
Jacqueline van Maarsen talks about the Holocaust through Anne's story.
Hitler still has the most powerful legacy of violence and hatred mankind has produced.
A traveling exhibit stopping in New York City for the first time focuses on a lesser known story of Nazi persecution.
The Veteran's History Project at the Library of Congress preserves firsthand accounts that, like these, show the full scope of the wartime experience.
The same auction house this week pulled a Hitler painting after questions about its authenticity.
Sylvia Stolz has already spent over three years in jail for the same offence.
Copyright runs out on Hitler's autobiography in 2016 paving way for publication.
Behind the kooky japes, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' hides the kaleidoscopic mind of Stefan Zweig.
The government are worried the house could fall into disrepair or become a shrine if it's not properly cared for.
The magazine accused the French of "reopening Hitler's concentration camps to exterminate Muslims".
Seven decades later, ensuring "legacy and memory becomes an inheritance that belongs to humankind as a whole."
The news came just as supporters of PEGIDA staged a march in another the east German city, Leipzig.
Churchill and Hitler are continuing their titanic duel through their works of art.
A scene depicting an old town hall believed to be by the Nazi dictator sold at auction Saturday in Nuremberg.
Participants in an annual neo-Nazi march in Germany unwittingly raised money for anti-Nazi activists.
How the CIA, FBI, and other agencies hired and protected former Nazis and Nazi collaborators in the name of the Cold War
Images allegedly taken by a former military police photographer under Assad's regime, now on display at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., could be used as evidence of crimes against humanity
U.S. customs agents seized Alfred Rosenberg's 400-page diary this year, ending a nearly 70-year hunt.