The BK-31 vessel, sunk during the most critical stage of the Nazi siege, shows how close Stalingrad came to defeat during one of the war's bloodiest battles.
Hitler has no mustache and there are no swastikas or shouts of Heil Hitler!
So far, seven subreddits have been removed from the site.
A powerful project allows survivors to "answer" questions without being present. It's like Siri if Siri were an actual human with a life story to tell.
A portion of the internet is upset because a game promotes killing virtual Nazis in a virtual America with a play on Trump's slogan.
The post urges anti-Semitic readers to "take action" against the Illinois-based man.
"I figured that there was something there," "alt-right" activist Brad Griffin says.
"I'm upset [franchise owners] the Rooneys didn't want to participate in the national anthem, so to me they're anti-American," the man said, explaining his Nazi flag.
An ad for a white nationalist march in Charlotte urges people to "bring guns."
The students were pictured using Nazi symbols in their "game."
Beate Zschaepe is the main surviving member of a neo-Nazi gang accused of murdering 10 people.
"One minute I'm a fucking white supremacist terrorist and the next minute I'm a fucking crybaby?" Christopher Cantwell asked. "I'm a goddamn human being."
First Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden, then Nev Schulman at MTV's Video Music Awards—and why some think it should stop.
The survey followed the violence in Charlottesville and President Donald Trump's blaming of "both sides."
"Know that it is possible for people to stand up and do the right thing, even when they are surrounded by evil."
Bart Alsbrook says his name has been used by racist skinheads seeking to smear him.
Prada-owned Miu Miu is the latest, but Urban Outfitters, Zara and Umbro have sparked fury in the past.
Tobacco plantation owners encouraged racial hatred between blacks and poor whites.
Ivanka and Jared apparently couldn't stop Donald Trump's Nazi response because they were on vacation.
"He threw an airball so far away it landed in the Third Reich."
Scans of nearly 40,000 documents from Argentina's ministry of foreign affairs are being transferred to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.