On January 27, 1945, Red Army soldiers liberated Auschwitz, the largest Nazi death camp. Today, survivors took part in a service at the former camp to pay tribute to victims of the Holocaust.
Dance helped Eva Fahidi survive the Holocaust at the age 18. Now, decades later, the Hungarian activist keeps urging remembrance in an unconventional way. She performs in Austria on the anniversary of Kristallnacht.
An Indonesian museum has taken down a wax sculpture of Nazi Germany leader Adolf Hitler after it sparked global outrage. The statue was a popular attraction for visitors who took selfies in front of the exhibit.
The 1963-5 trials in the city of Frankfurt confronted many Germans for the first time with their country's Nazi past. Over 400 documents and 100 recordings detail the proceedings.
It is the latest case against the few remaining Nazi officials still alive. Public prosecutors would need to work against the clock to conclude their case against the 96-year-old man.
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