Eighty years after the beginning of World War II, a new generation of Germans is facing the reality of what their relatives did during the Nazi era. Some young people are the first members of their families to talk openly about the feeling of shame.
Adolf Hitler's hat and Eva Braun's dress have gone under the hammer, prompting criticism from historians and Jewish leaders: Do sales of Nazi relics promote right-wing propaganda or do they provide historical insight?
For the first time during her chancellorship, Angela Merkel is planning to visit the former Nazi concentration camps at Auschwitz and take part in a ceremony, according to a German newspaper report.
In an age where many lack proper sanitation facilities, one should never underestimate the importance of the toilet. In Europe, its history is full of dirty secrets.
Austria's government has struggled for years to decide what to do with the house where Adolf Hitler was born, including considering tearing it down. The building will now house a police station to deter neo-Nazi tourism.
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