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.
Reclusive son of a Nazi-era art dealer who amassed a giant secret collection snuck a Monet with him into the German hospital where he died in May.
The Allied invasion of Normandy was the largest of its kind in history and set the stage for Nazi surrender.
A shocking new study across 100 countries shows that 1 in 4 people hold anti-Semitic views. Tara reports on this surprising news.
The unexpected spinoffs from the weaponized rocket technology from World War Two ultimately led to the more peaceful space launch applications we have today. Continue reading →
Neoracism, or discrimination on the basis of genetics, is endemic in scientific research, bringing to mind slavery and Nazis, some experts say.
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