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YouTube’s crackdown on extremist videos has inadvertently shut down educational channels featuring old Nazi footage
The videos were taken down in the wake of YouTube's announcement it would crack down on videos that glorify Nazi and other extremist ideologies.
25-year-old German cookie heiress apologizes for downplaying family history with Nazi forced labor on grounds that ‘we treated them well’
"We paid the forced laborers exactly as much as German workers and we treated them well," Verena Bahlsen said in comments published by Bild this week.
An 11-year-old girl was sent to the principal’s office after telling classmates to stop making the Nazi salute
Keith Gamble said his daughter’s classmates at McFaden School of Excellence in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, made the Nazi salute on multiple occasions.
Amid the chaos and destruction in Germany during the final days of World War II, Soviet forces found other, nonmilitary ways to torment their foes.
On May 8, 1945, the remnants of Nazi Germany's military leadership surrendered to Allied forces, bringing six years of bloodshed to an end.
A New Zealand man who owned a Nazi-themed insulation company pleaded guilty to sharing videos of the Christchurch shooting
Philip Nevill Arps, 44, reportedly shared the raw footage to roughly 30 people and requested it be altered to feature crosshairs and a "kill count."
74 years ago, US troops got their first foothold in Nazi Germany — here are 8 photos of the Battle for Remagen
Crossing the Rhine River vexed Allied planners, but a sudden opportunity at Remagen presented US forces with a way into the Nazi heartland.
A school district is investigating a photo of high school boys making what appears to be a Nazi salute before their junior prom
In a resurfaced prom photo from last year, boys from the Baraboo High School seemingly made the Nazi salute. Now, the district is looking into it.
A real-life Nazi hunter who once slapped a German Chancellor in the face has been awarded one of France’s top awards
Serge and Beate Klarsfeld have dedicated their lives to tracking down and exposing Nazis. The couple, who received France's top award on Monday, have brought at least 10 war criminals to justice.
Jakiw Palij, who served in the Nazi Trawniki labor camp during World War II, was deported from Queens to Düsseldorf on Tuesday morning. He was granted US citizenship in 1959 after lying about his Nazi service to immigration officers. He said in 2003: 'Come and get me.'