- Polish experts analyzing data concerning alleged Nazi train Updated: Nov-26-15 7:33 am
WARSAW, Poland - A Polish mining academy says its experts are analyzing data gathered from a site allegedly hiding a Nazi train, which local lore says is laden with gold.
- Ads featuring Nazi imagery pulled from New York City subway Updated: Nov-25-15 4:58 pm
NEW YORK - An ad campaign that featured Nazi imagery has been pulled from the New York City subway system.
- A veteran's memories Updated: Nov-25-15 2:16 pm
ROCK SPRINGS, Wyoming - Several of World War II veteran Harry R. Chipp's war stories sound like the stuff of nightmares.
- Century-old Torah scroll being restored at Bronx hospital Updated: Nov-23-15 8:34 am
NEW YORK - A damaged 19th century Torah scroll rescued from the Nazis is being restored at a New York City hospital.
- German department store to put Israeli wines back on shelves Updated: Nov-22-15 12:42 pm
JERUSALEM - A German department store said Sunday that it's putting eight Israeli wines back on the shelves after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused it of boycotting Israeli goods.
- Germany marks 70th anniversary of Nuremberg trials of Nazis Updated: Nov-20-15 7:10 am
BERLIN - Eyewitnesses to the landmark Nuremberg war crimes trials of top Nazi leaders are returning to the courtroom where the proceedings took place to mark the 70th anniversary of their opening.
- Israeli artist remembers legendary Holocaust victim Updated: Nov-19-15 1:51 am
TEL AVIV, Israel - With World War II underway and the Nazis closing in, 16-year-old Itzchak Belfer decided to flee his native Poland and head east to Soviet Russia. The man who had raised the Jewish boy like a son tearfully gave him his blessing, slipped the teen some money and said, "the chicks are leaving the nest."
- Former West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt dies at age 96 Updated: Nov-10-15 7:39 pm
BERLIN - Helmut Schmidt, the chancellor who guided West Germany through economic turbulence and Cold War tensions, stood firm against a wave of homegrown terrorism and became a respected elder statesman, died Tuesday. He was 96.
- Dresden can't stop PEGIDA rally on Nazi pogrom anniversary Updated: Nov-09-15 12:14 pm
BERLIN - Dresden's mayor says there's nothing he can do to stop an anti-Islam group from staging a rally on the 77th anniversary of a Nazi pogrom.
- Study: Postwar German Interior Ministry had many ex-Nazis Updated: Nov-04-15 10:33 am
BERLIN - A commission of historians examining the Nazi links of West Germany's Interior Ministry says more than half of the staffers from 1949 to 1970 had belonged to the Nazi party.
- French-US fund now compensating for Holocaust deportations Updated: Nov-03-15 12:48 pm
PARIS - Holocaust survivors and family members in the U.S., Israel and elsewhere can now apply for compensation from a $60 million fund for those deported to Nazi camps by France's state rail company SNCF.
- Thomas Blatt, survivor of escape from Sobibor, dies at 88 Updated: Nov-02-15 3:51 pm
WARSAW, Poland - Thomas Toivi Blatt, who was among a small number of Jews to survive a mass escape from the Nazi death camp of Sobibor in 1943 and who decades later served as a prominent witness at the trial of the alleged camp guard John Demjanjuk, has died. He was 88.
- German domestic intel to keep closer tabs on its sources Updated: Nov-02-15 12:25 pm
BERLIN - Germany's domestic intelligence service said Monday it has compiled a single list of its sources among extremist groups, fulfilling a key demand from lawmakers investigating the agency's failure to crack down on a far-right terror group.