Linda Vierecke investigates forgotten graves and a forgotten German past in today's Czech Republic.
Usually working in Hollywood, German filmmaker Robert Schwentke returned to his home country to tackle a chapter of World War II from an unusual perspective in his movie "The Captain," which premiered in Toronto.
The German government has rejected the idea of paying massive wartime reparations to Poland, saying the matter had been settled in 1953. The Polish prime minister and other key politicians recently reopened the issue.
Experts have defused a World War II bomb in Frankfurt after the largest evacuation in Germany since 1945. More than 60,000 people had to leave their homes as the device was made safe.
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