91 year old Shlomo Graber is one of the last eyewitnesses who can give school children a first hand account of Nazi atrocities. DW joined him on his last visit to a school.
One-fifth of millennials do not know what Auschwitz was, according to a new report. And more than half of Americans believe that something like the Holocaust could happen again.
Yad Vashem, Israel's official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, presents an online exhibition of letters written by Jews during World War II. Many of them didn't realize they would be murdered shortly afterward.
Over 70 years after Hitler's death, relics from his rule are still being discovered in churches and public buildings across Germany. Should they be demolished or preserved for posterity as eye witnesses dwindle?
Still full of Nazi symbols, Vogelsang Castle is reopening with a new exhibition that reveals how Nazi ideology convinced so many people. With the right-wing growing in Germany, it serves as a warning.
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