As the US debates what to do about statues of Confederate leaders from the Civil War, our reporter in Berlin looks at how Germany remembers its own dark history.
The family of the banker Marcus Heinemann was scattered all over the world. Then a provenance researcher discovered a file from the Nazi era, allowing the family to reunite in Germany for the first time in 70 years.
A new biography of Adolf Hitler by Volker Ullrich shows how easily a democracy can be destroyed, and portrays the Führer behind the atrocities of World War II and the Holocaust as a master of seduction.
It is not just racist but also anti-Semitic slurs which are on the rise in German schools. As DW's Oliver Pieper reports, this poses a great challenge for the country's education system.
Since launching the Berlin version of its platform to denounce teachers who oppose its politics, the far-right Alternative for Germany says it's received thousands of complaints. DW's Tamsin Walker has one of her own.
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