Polish lawmakers have passed legislation that makes it a crime to suggest Poland or its people were complicit in Nazi war crimes. They want to ensure that Poles are recognized as victims of the Nazis. But historians say that's misleading.
Germany's Nazi past still haunts the country today. A former SS guard at a concentration camp, charged with aiding and abetting hundreds of murders, is standing trial in Münster's district court.
The 94-year-old, on trial for crimes committed while he was a guard at the Nazi Stutthof camp near Gdansk, voiced regret but denied knowledge of killings. He claimed he had no choice, and was never a Nazi.
Eighty years after Kristallnacht, Jewish life has become common again in Berlin. More than 30,000 Jews now live in the city, despite anti-Semitism and police protection. Christoph Strack reports on the cautious normalcy.
Prosecutors say the former SS guard at the Stutthof Nazi concentration camp knew about hundreds of killings. Now in his 90s, he'll be tried as a juvenile, as he was younger than 21 at the time of the alleged crimes.
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