More than one million people were murdered by the Nazi regime in Auschwitz. Some local residents risked their lives to help the victims. This is their story.
A package containing explosive materials has been found at the memorial of a subcamp of the Buchenwald concentration camp in Thuringia. Police and bomb experts spent a month determining the content of the package.
Among anti-Semitic books available on the site is one written by a Nazi convicted of crimes against humanity. The museum called it 'hateful, virulently anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda.'
Topf & Sons helped make the Holocaust possible by building incinerators for Nazi concentration camps. After the war, the owners saw themselves as victims, with only one family member standing up to take responsibility.
Holocaust survivor Esther Bejarano has called for May 8 to be declared a national holiday to mark the end of World War II. She has received support in the German parliament, but historians are skeptical.
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