When the Nazis capitulated her in the spring of 1945, seven-year-old Rahel Mann emerged from the cellar in which she had been hiding for months. Carolina Machhaus tells Rahel's story.
Those sterilized and killed by doctors in Nazi Germany have been the focus of a moving ceremony in the German parliament. Relatives of victims told harrowing stories of how their family members were put to death.
A photo showing two presumed British neo-Nazis saluting inside a former crematorium cellar at Buchenwald near Weimar has prompted a major probe in Germany. More than 56,000 persons perished at the Nazi death camp.
The Night Wolves biker club, Russian nationalists close to Vladimir Putin, arrived at Berlin's Soviet War Memorial on Monday to commemorate the WWII victory. There were mixed feelings in the crowd, as Ben Knight reports.
Imre Kertész survived Auschwitz as a teenager. The Nobel Prize in Literature laureate described the horrors of the concentration camps in his novels. Still, he was fascinated by Germany's cultural history.
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