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Oskar Groening is one of the last surviving SS guards to have served in the Auschwitz death camp, where more than a million people were systematically murdered in the Holocaust. Today, Groening sits...
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In 1961, the philosopher Hannah Arendt traveled to Jerusalem to witness the trial of Nazi chief
, the man behind the logistics of the Holocaust. Think she encountered some menacing,...
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Israel a light in dark place
Israel still lives in a very bad neighbourhood. Remember that the next time someone tries to persuade you you should join in an Israel Apartheid Week or support BDSM (that’s the Boycott, Disinvestment...
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Anders Breivik’s Inexplicable Crime
Before he massacred seventy-seven people, Anders Behring Breivik said that he was going to make his father proud.Credit Photograph by Daniel Sannum Lauten / AFP Photo / Getty Norway is a small...
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Herman Wouk at 100: One of the Greatest American ...
On May 27, the American novelist Herman Wouk will attain the prodigious age of 100. Over his long career, Wouk has achieved all the wealth and fame a writer could desire, or even imagine. His first...
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Today in History
Today is Monday, May 11, the 131st day of 2015. There are 234 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 11, 1945, the aircraft carrier USS Bunker Hill was attacked and severely...
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May 11, 1965: "New Warning Signs -- Chief Vincent Gallo, Easton police, explains the operation of a new warning sign installed in all police cars to Patrolman Albert Hughes. The sign, devised by...
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Nuremberg trials on film — what a jarring ride
What might be the single most important film about Nazi crimes was commissioned in 1946 by the U.S. War Department — which then turned around and suppressed it, making sure it was never seen by...
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Hitler's death 70th anniversary: Who let Nazi war...
In November 1945, in the German city of Nuremberg, the first international war crimes trial opened. Three of the top Nazi leaders – Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler and Joseph Goebbels – had already...
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Politics of commemoration
The last thing we need is a league table of atrocities. On the day marking the 100th anniversary of what some call the Armenian "genocide", in which 1.5 million were killed, it should be obvious that...
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