Two anonymous fortune hunters claim to have pinpointed the Nazi-era loot, but a Polish official says there's no proof it exists.
Two men, a German and a Pole, claim to have found a 400-500 foot-long train once used by the Nazis.
It's hard to imagine Adolf Hitler being a "fan" of something, but he was obsessed by the American Old West, and one writer in particular. Trace explains.
Oskar Groening tells a German court that no one should have taken part in Auschwitz.
Eight decades after the horrors of the holocaust, some are still living with its memory. Among these survivors are victims who escaped, but also those that perpetrated the war crimes.
The children Allied soldiers fathered, then left behind, in World War II have their own tragedies to cope with. Continue reading →
Simon Wiesenthal started tracking Nazi's war criminals in 1964. Subsequently, the U.S. created a special investigative unit, with broad powers, devoted to Nazi hunting.
Is there a growing move toward anti-Semitism in European countries and even seats in their governments? Trace examines the re-emergence of national socialism.
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