The same auction house this week pulled a Hitler painting after questions about its authenticity.
The Jewish Community of Thessaloniki wants to use the reparation money to build a memorial monument.
Commemoration due to be attended by 26 countries and could include first meeting of Chinese and North Korean leaders.
Seven decades later, ensuring "legacy and memory becomes an inheritance that belongs to humankind as a whole."
What Amazon's alternate-reality series may do that your history class probably didn't.
One man's quest to find the families of the 12 American POWs who died on Aug. 6, 1945, when the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.
How the CIA, FBI, and other agencies hired and protected former Nazis and Nazi collaborators in the name of the Cold War
For the 69th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, we decided to revisit Newsweek's coverage of the end of World War II
Of the 83,000 soldiers listed as missing in the past century, 73,000 disappeared in World War II.