the Nazis

Latest stories

1h
Orange County Register
California attorney general assists in attempted recovery Nazi-looted paintingLOS ANGELES – California’s attorney general is asking a federal appeals court t
California attorney general assists in attempted recovery Nazi-looted painting
Orange County Register / Posted an hour ago
LOS ANGELES – California’s attorney general is asking a federal appeals court to reverse a ruling allowing a priceless 19th painting to remain in a Spanish museum rather than going to the heirs of a Jewish woman who was forced to hand it over to the... Read more
4 related stories
1h
KTVN Reno
California attorney general seeks Nazi-looted paintingLOS ANGELES (AP) - California's attorney general is asking a federal appeals co
California attorney general seeks Nazi-looted painting
KTVN Reno / Posted an hour ago
LOS ANGELES (AP) - California's attorney general is asking a federal appeals court to reverse a ruling allowing a priceless 19th painting to remain in a Spanish museum rather than going to the heirs of a Jewish woman who was forced to hand it over to... Read more
4 related stories
1h
ABC News
California Attorney General Seeks Nazi-Looted PaintingCalifornia's attorney general is asking a federal appeals court to reverse a ru
California Attorney General Seeks Nazi-Looted Painting
ABC News / Posted an hour ago
California's attorney general is asking a federal appeals court to reverse a ruling allowing a priceless 19th painting to remain in a Spanish museum rather than going to the heirs of a Jewish woman who was forced to hand it over to the... Read more
4 related stories
1h
The Record Searchlight
California attorney general seeks Nazi-looted paintingLOS ANGELES (AP) - California's attorney general is asking a federal appeals co
California attorney general seeks Nazi-looted painting
The Record Searchlight / Posted an hour ago
LOS ANGELES (AP) - California's attorney general is asking a federal appeals court to reverse a ruling allowing a priceless 19th painting to remain in a Spanish museum rather than going to the heirs of a Jewish woman who was forced to hand it over to... Read more
4 related stories
3h
Los Angeles Times
In 'My Sister' at the Odyssey, identical twins with one dangerous differenceHorror doesn't always announce its arrival; it can overtake us gradually. Few o
In 'My Sister' at the Odyssey, identical twins with one dangerous difference
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Horror doesn't always announce its arrival; it can overtake us gradually. Few occupants of Germany in the years after World War I, for example, could have predicted the Holocaust, although in retrospect the signs look so clear. In Janet Schlapkohl's... Read more
4h
Boston Herald
Glorious Charlotte, survivorLast fall 45 YEARS Best Actress Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling lost her roman
Glorious Charlotte, survivor
Boston Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Last fall 45 YEARS Best Actress Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling lost her romantic partner of nearly 20 years billionaire Jean-Noel Tassez. The HERALD ran a feature based on the phone interview we had from her Paris apartment in January. Rampling,... Read more
4h
Wired News
The 10 Most Promising Books Coming in 2016Nobody can really predict which books will come to dominate the cultural conver
The 10 Most Promising Books Coming in 2016
Wired News / Posted 4 hours ago
Nobody can really predict which books will come to dominate the cultural conversation—but has that ever stopped anyone from trying? We at WIRED have done a close reading of 2016’s line-up, picking the 10 titles we think will get the most people... Read more
6h
Daily Mirror
Teenage diver finds gold bar near Hitler's home - but was it Nazi treasure?Police divers had been dispatched to search the Konigsee Lake in the Bavarian A
Teenage diver finds gold bar near Hitler's home - but was it Nazi treasure?
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 hours ago
Police divers had been dispatched to search the Konigsee Lake in the Bavarian Alps in the summer after the girl reported the find, but discovered no other valuables at the location. The finding also started speculation that it might have been Nazi... Read more
6h
The Seattle Times
‘In a Different Key’: the story of autism is still being writtenA 560-page history of autism sounds intimidating, but fear not. “In a Different
‘In a Different Key’: the story of autism is still being written
The Seattle Times / Posted 6 hours ago
A 560-page history of autism sounds intimidating, but fear not. “In a Different Key: The Story of Autism” by John Donvan and Caren Zucker (Crown, 560 pp., $30) takes an accessible approach that sheds much light on this human condition. The book is... Read more
7h
News 24 South Africa
Denmark's migrant search and seize law comes into forceCopenhagen - A controversial Danish law allowing police to seize valuables from
Denmark's migrant search and seize law comes into force
News 24 South Africa / Posted 7 hours ago
Copenhagen - A controversial Danish law allowing police to seize valuables from refugees came into force on Friday, with the government's guidelines to police exempting wedding and engagement rings from the searches. Other items of sentimental value... Read more
9h
Los Angeles Times
#OscarsSoWhite joins a long line of Oscar controversiesThe #OscarsSoWhite uproar over the lack of diversity in the Academy Award nomin
#OscarsSoWhite joins a long line of Oscar controversies
Los Angeles Times / Posted 9 hours ago
The #OscarsSoWhite uproar over the lack of diversity in the Academy Award nominations the last two years and the subsequent call by some for a boycott of the ceremony played a role in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences changing the rules... Read more
9h
Sydney Morning Herald
Documentary helps Josip Simunic continue his fight to clear his name after FIFA banJosip Simunic is fighting to clear his name. Photo: Jay Cronan They were three
Documentary helps Josip Simunic continue his fight to clear his name after FIFA ban
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
Josip Simunic is fighting to clear his name. Photo: Jay Cronan They were three small words that were "interpreted the worst way possible", linking him to Croatian fascists and Nazi Germany. Three words that effectively ended his international... Read more
11h
Channel NewsAsia
German far-right's language is close to that of Nazis, Gabriel saysBERLIN: Germany's far-right, led by the rising anti-immigrant Alternative for G
German far-right's language is close to that of Nazis, Gabriel says
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 hours ago
BERLIN: Germany's far-right, led by the rising anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, is using language similar to that deployed by Hitler's Nazis, Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said on Friday. Support for the AfD has jumped amid... Read more
11h
The Star
German far-right's language is close to that of Nazis, Gabriel saysBERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's far-right, led by the rising anti-immigrant Altern
German far-right's language is close to that of Nazis, Gabriel says
The Star / Posted 11 hours ago
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's far-right, led by the rising anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, is using language similar to that deployed by Hitler's Nazis, Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel said on Friday. Support for the AfD has jumped... Read more
13h
Evening Standard
Dad's Army, film review: We’re doomed!Bad idea #237: make a brand new full-length feature film of Dad’s Army. We are,
Dad's Army, film review: We’re doomed!
Evening Standard / Posted 13 hours ago
Bad idea #237: make a brand new full-length feature film of Dad’s Army. We are, happily, not short of original Dad’s Army episodes. Between 1968 and 1977 there were nine series broadcast on the BBC, a total of 80 episodes, of which only three, from... Read more
5 related stories
13h
Canberra Times
Documentary helps Josip Simunic continue his fight to clear his name after FIFA banJosip Simunic is fighting to clear his name. Photo: Jay Cronan They were three
Documentary helps Josip Simunic continue his fight to clear his name after FIFA ban
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Josip Simunic is fighting to clear his name. Photo: Jay Cronan They were three small words that were "interpreted the worst way possible", linking him to Croatian fascists and Nazi Germany. Three words that effectively ended his international... Read more
23h
CBS News
The way it was: Today in historyNew anti-gas repirator Stalin, FDR & Churchill at Yalta Widow of hero policem
The way it was: Today in history
CBS News / Posted 23 hours ago
New anti-gas repirator Stalin, FDR & Churchill at Yalta Widow of hero policeman 1952 Olympic figure skaters Members of the 1952 Canadian Olympic figure skating team go through a practice session at Bislett Stadium in Oslo, Norway in preparation... Read more
23h
NBC News
New Film About Chiune Sugihara, the 'Japanese Schindler,' Makes U.S. PremiereAfter its world premiere in Lithuania in October 2015, a new film about Japanes
New Film About Chiune Sugihara, the 'Japanese Schindler,' Makes U.S. Premiere
NBC News / Posted 23 hours ago
After its world premiere in Lithuania in October 2015, a new film about Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara, "Persona Non Grata," made its U.S. premiere this past weekend at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. Directed by Japanese American Cellin Gluck,... Read more
23h
Daily Mail
Wendy didn't give her mum a funeral and went on a hedonistic spreeWendy didn't give her mum a funeral. Instead she's spending all her cash on a g
Wendy didn't give her mum a funeral and went on a hedonistic spree
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
Wendy didn't give her mum a funeral. Instead she's spending all her cash on a gloriously hedonistic spree: Selfish? No, she insists it's what her mother wanted Wendy Leigh's mother told her to stay in a beautiful hotel and not to grieve Her mother... Read more
23h
USA Today
The ultimate guide to what's free in EuropeWhen you're sightseeing, there are things you don't mind paying for, and then t
The ultimate guide to what's free in Europe
USA Today / Posted 23 hours ago
When you're sightseeing, there are things you don't mind paying for, and then there's this list — the things you don't have to pay for at all. Museums: For free museums in Amsterdam, there's the Civic Guard Gallery and the Multatuli Museum, which... Read more
1d
The New Statesman
Harry Harpham dies aged 61Last week we marked Holocaust Memorial Day, when communities and people of all
Harry Harpham dies aged 61
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
Last week we marked Holocaust Memorial Day, when communities and people of all faiths come together to remember the more than six million people who perished in the Holocaust. We know that what became organised mass murder on an industrial scale... Read more
4 related stories
1d
J Weekly
From the J. archiveJan. 6, 1950 S.F. Jewry Welcomes Bar Mitzvah Boy Reared in Monastery In the t
From the J. archive
J Weekly / Posted yesterday
Jan. 6, 1950 S.F. Jewry Welcomes Bar Mitzvah Boy Reared in Monastery In the traditional ceremony of the Bar Mitzvah, a great human victory over the nazis (sic) will take place here in San Francisco tomorrow. At Temple Keneseth Israel, Herbert... Read more
1d
J Weekly
deathsToni Schanz Benowitz, mother of Robert Helwing and Arne Benowitz, grandmother o
deaths
J Weekly / Posted yesterday
Toni Schanz Benowitz, mother of Robert Helwing and Arne Benowitz, grandmother of Christopher Shelvock, great-grandmother of Xander, Lily and Sydney, and aunt of Lydia Brock and Ronald Schanz, passed away on Jan. 29, 2016 at age 94 after a brief... Read more
1d
Guardian Unlimited
Anri Sala: Answer Me review – art cures 20th century's broken dreamsRama came to prominence a decade ago, when as mayor of Tirana he ordered the di
Anri Sala: Answer Me review – art cures 20th century's broken dreams
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
Rama came to prominence a decade ago, when as mayor of Tirana he ordered the dilapidated communist-era towers of the capital repainted in wild colors – chevrons of red and yellow, zigzagging blue and green stripes. The painted facades are hopelessly... Read more
1d
The Jewish Press
The Life Of Rav Shimon Schwab (Part III)Last month’s column dealt with Rav Schwab’s arrival in Baltimore from Germany i
The Life Of Rav Shimon Schwab (Part III)
The Jewish Press / Posted yesterday
Last month’s column dealt with Rav Schwab’s arrival in Baltimore from Germany in 1936 when he assumed the position of rav of Congregation Shearith Israel, his adjustment to life in America, and his mastery of the English language as well as some... Read more
1d
The Tonganoxie Mirror
Kansas student says flying Confederate flag not meant to be racistRochelle Valverde | Lawrence Journal-World LAWRENCE — A Kansas high school stu
Kansas student says flying Confederate flag not meant to be racist
The Tonganoxie Mirror / Posted yesterday
Rochelle Valverde | Lawrence Journal-World LAWRENCE — A Kansas high school student who was disallowed from flying a full-sized Confederate flag from a makeshift flagpole on his pickup truck said he has been unfairly “singled out” as being... Read more
1d
The Tonganoxie Mirror
Kansas student says flying Confederate flag not meant to be racistLAWRENCE — A Kansas high school student who was disallowed from flying a full-s
Kansas student says flying Confederate flag not meant to be racist
The Tonganoxie Mirror / Posted yesterday
LAWRENCE — A Kansas high school student who was disallowed from flying a full-sized Confederate flag from a makeshift flagpole on his pickup truck said he has been unfairly “singled out” as being racist. The student said he had family on “both... Read more
1d
Aliran Online
The allure of forceYou can now share this post using the Whatsapp button visible on smartphones.
The allure of force
Aliran Online / Posted yesterday
You can now share this post using the Whatsapp button visible on smartphones. It is often out of expected returns instead of desperation that our people turn to violence, observes Nicholas Chan. In the first Captain America movie, Cap mentioned his... Read more
1d
Daily Mirror
'Most patriotic man in Britain' who was Queen's bodyguard has diedBut he refused to slow down and later also served as the Queen's bodyguard and
'Most patriotic man in Britain' who was Queen's bodyguard has died
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
But he refused to slow down and later also served as the Queen's bodyguard and a Beefeater at the Tower of London. He became so famous a Beefeater, an image of him was even used on postcards at the Tower - and he appeared on the official winners... Read more
1d
The Jewish Press
The True Meaning Of Compassion (Part Two)How do we teach our children, and more importantly ourselves, the art of kindne
The True Meaning Of Compassion (Part Two)
The Jewish Press / Posted yesterday
How do we teach our children, and more importantly ourselves, the art of kindness and compassion? How do we become better people? Is there a university that teaches us kindness, sensitivity or consideration for one another? As a Holocaust survivor I... Read more
1d
Mail & Guardian
Holocaust fantasies distort truthFINAL SOLUTION: THE FATE OF THE JEWS 1933-49 by David Cesarani (Macmillan) The
Holocaust fantasies distort truth
Mail & Guardian / Posted yesterday
FINAL SOLUTION: THE FATE OF THE JEWS 1933-49 by David Cesarani (Macmillan) The term Holocaust to billions of average Joes refers to six years in European history when six million Jews were gassed to death because the Germans hated them – or... Read more
1d
International Business Times
Syria: Call for billions more in donor aid as world leaders meet to discuss refugee crisis World leaders are gathering at a conference in London as the international comm
Syria: Call for billions more in donor aid as world leaders meet to discuss refugee crisis
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
World leaders are gathering at a conference in London as the international community seeks $9bn (£6.2bn) in new aid money to help with the Syrian refugee crisis. It is a joint initiative by the UK, Germany, Norway, Kuwait and the United Nations, and... Read more
1d
Naked Capitalism
The Middle East as America's New VietnamWell, there is no Facebook ‘like’ on NC, but thank you for putting this out. “
The Middle East as America's New Vietnam
Naked Capitalism / Posted yesterday
Well, there is no Facebook ‘like’ on NC, but thank you for putting this out. “He was impregnably armored by his good intentions and his ignorance.” – Graham Greene, The Quiet American We never seem to learn that before we start meddling in places... Read more
1d
Salon.com
“Changing your politics is usually traumatic”: Why Republican converts like Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump are so influential — and complicatedMore than any president since perhaps FDR, Ronald Reagan is remembered as much
“Changing your politics is usually traumatic”: Why Republican converts like Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump are so influential — and complicated
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
More than any president since perhaps FDR, Ronald Reagan is remembered as much for his quips and his one-liners as for his policies. There’s the one about the “nine most terrifying words in the English language”; there’s “trust, but verify”; there’s... Read more
1d
Salon.com
Let’s stop talking to our kids: I know communication between parents and children is important, but can we also learn to occasionally shut up?“Look at the traffic light,” I said to my 3-year-old daughter, Zelda, desperat
Let’s stop talking to our kids: I know communication between parents and children is important, but can we also learn to occasionally shut up?
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
“Look at the traffic light,” I said to my 3-year-old daughter, Zelda, desperate for conversation, my voice hoarse from chatting. It was 8 a.m. but it had already been a long morning of cerebral gymnastics as I arranged every minute, meal and... Read more
1d
Fort Worth Weekly
Odds and EndsYoung Dais (left) leads different street gangs against a common enemy in Tokyo
Odds and Ends
Fort Worth Weekly / Posted yesterday
Young Dais (left) leads different street gangs against a common enemy in Tokyo Tribe. I watched even more movies this year (more than 300!) than usual, which afforded me more opportunities to see weird and wacky smaller films. This week, I’m doing... Read more
1d
The Daily Reckoning
A Brief Tour of America’s Military MisadventuresNot enough to reverse the market’s apparent downward bias. Stocks are most lik
A Brief Tour of America’s Military Misadventures
The Daily Reckoning / Posted yesterday
Not enough to reverse the market’s apparent downward bias. Stocks are most likely headed down because the thing that sent them up has come to an end. As you can see, over the last six years or so, gains for the S&P 500 have closely tracked the... Read more
1d
Northwest Herald
Thomas: With Iran, it's strictly businessIG Farben was another company that dealt with Nazi Germany. The company license
Thomas: With Iran, it's strictly business
Northwest Herald / Posted yesterday
IG Farben was another company that dealt with Nazi Germany. The company licensed to various companies the pesticide Zyklon B, which was used to suffocate millions in the death camps. “In 1951,” notes McFarlane, “when the victors partitioned Germany,... Read more
1d
Calgary Sun
Trudeau’s Holocaust statement omissionOn Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a statement to mark Holocaus
Trudeau’s Holocaust statement omission
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
On Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a statement to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day. It was a good, short statement aside from one major omission. He didn’t mention Jews. At all. Trudeau noted that “on this day, we pay tribute to the... Read more
1d
Ballard News-Tribune
The Psychic View – Moment of Truth By Marjorie Young Two amazing incidents recently came to light, though one o
The Psychic View – Moment of Truth
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted yesterday
By Marjorie Young Two amazing incidents recently came to light, though one occurred decades ago in 1945, while the other happened just last month. One took place in Germany, the second, a world away in Kenya. But... Read more
1d
The Border Mail
Mat out for deporteesAnglican Archdeacon Father Peter MacLeod-Miller reacts to High Court ruling ble
Mat out for deportees
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Anglican Archdeacon Father Peter MacLeod-Miller reacts to High Court ruling blessing offshore detention ALBURY priest Father Peter MacLeod-Miller is offering asylum-seekers sanctuary in his church, comparing their plight to that of Jews who were... Read more
70 related stories
2d
Daily Mirror
Real life Dad's Army who shot a scarecrow and set their own trousers on fireAccidentally setting your trousers on fire while showing how to throw a Molotov
Real life Dad's Army who shot a scarecrow and set their own trousers on fire
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
Accidentally setting your trousers on fire while showing how to throw a Molotov cocktail, shooting a scarecrow you mistook for the enemy and hurling a grenade the grand total of 3ft, almost killing yourself and your comrades. And real-life Pike,... Read more
2d
Cincinnati CityBeat
Festival of PlentyWhen it comes to film, everybody loves a catchy tagline. And the 2016 edition o
Festival of Plenty
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 2 days ago
When it comes to film, everybody loves a catchy tagline. And the 2016 edition of the Mayerson JCC Jewish & Israeli Film Festival promises “Mystery, History, Mischief and More.” What more can you ask for?Audiences will have the opportunity to... Read more
2d
Zero Hedge
False Flags Are Just a Conspiracy Theor ... Admitted FactPresidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Spooks, Soldiers and Police
False Flags Are Just a Conspiracy Theor ... Admitted Fact
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
Presidents, Prime Ministers, Congressmen, Generals, Spooks, Soldiers and Police ADMIT to False Flag Terror In the following instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admit to it, either... Read more
2d
Daily Mail
'Liberal' Sweden has a dark neo-Nazi past that even penetrates IkeaEXCLUSIVE: Neo-Nazis thugs warn of a 'year of violence' following attacks on ch
'Liberal' Sweden has a dark neo-Nazi past that even penetrates Ikea
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
EXCLUSIVE: Neo-Nazis thugs warn of a 'year of violence' following attacks on child migrants at train station in Sweden Anger at open-door immigration and asylum policy is consuming Sweden Anti-immigration Sweden Democrats now Sweden's biggest... Read more
2d
TribLIVE
Review: ‘Cabaret’ still delivers 50 years after its debutReview: 'Cabaret' still delivers 50 years after its debut | TribLIVE Neighborh
Review: ‘Cabaret’ still delivers 50 years after its debut
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
Review: 'Cabaret' still delivers 50 years after its debut | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Review: 'Cabaret' still delivers 50 years after its debut Andrea Goss as Sally Bowles (center) and the Kit Kat girls in PNC Broadway Across America's 'Cabaret.'... Read more
2d
Miami New Times
A Miami Neighborhood Is Still Legally Known as Swastika ParkLast week, New Times ran down the history behind some of Miami's neighborhood n
A Miami Neighborhood Is Still Legally Known as Swastika Park
Miami New Times / Posted 2 days ago
Last week, New Times ran down the history behind some of Miami's neighborhood names, but it appears that some neighborhood names are best lost to history. Take for example an small area in Little Havana that is still legally known as Swastika Park.... Read more
2d
Hartford Courant
Lisa Gardner At Mohegan; 'Audacity of Hoop' Author At UConnThriller author Lisa Gardner will be in conversation with a special guest, fell
Lisa Gardner At Mohegan; 'Audacity of Hoop' Author At UConn
Hartford Courant / Posted 2 days ago
Thriller author Lisa Gardner will be in conversation with a special guest, fellow thriller writer Joe Finder, at Mohegan Sun's Cabaret Theater, 1 Mohegan Sun Blvd, Uncasville, on Friday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m. Gardner's latest thriller, "Find Her"... Read more
2d
The Jewish Week
Relics Of Reb ShlomoA chasidic elder sat at his Shabbos table, holding a piece of silverware at the
Relics Of Reb Shlomo
The Jewish Week / Posted 2 days ago
A chasidic elder sat at his Shabbos table, holding a piece of silverware at the height of his eyes, until the table grew silent. The elder’s voice slowly rumbled, in the cadence of a Talmudic chant: “This is the spoon of the Great Maggid!” A shiver... Read more
2d
The Irish Times
Board games come out of the closetLast year I spent €300 on a board game. It was delivered in a groaning monster
Board games come out of the closet
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
Last year I spent €300 on a board game. It was delivered in a groaning monster of a box, by a courier who looked as if he had passed out twice hefting it up my driveway. Within were dozens of intricate plastic figures that had to be worked free with... Read more
More

People in this news