Tag archive for ‘WWII’
Part of the Welfenschaz collection forced from three Jewish families in Nazi Germany and presented by Hermann Goering to Adolph Hitler in 1935, on display in Berlin. Photo, courtesy Nicholas O’Donnell
Jewish Business News On Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

Holocaust Memorial Day: German Appeal Defending Hitler Collection in a Us Court

Part of the Welfenschaz collection: Photo, courtesy Nicholas O’Donnell   Tonight and tomorrow Jewish people will remember all those who suffered under Nazi terror. Yet Germany filed an appeal Friday 21st More...

800px-Nazi stolen art  Portable Altar of Countess Gertrude, shortly after 1038, from the Guelph Treasure, wikipedia
Jewish Business News On Saturday, April 1st, 2017

U.S. Court Issues First of Its Kind Landmark Ruling Against Germany Over Renowned Guelph Treasure

  WASHINGTON (March 31, 2017)- The United States District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled that claims over the famed Guelph Treasure can proceed against Germany in a United States court. This More...

Ynet News On Sunday, August 7th, 2016

Casinos and Genocide: Himmler’s Diaries

At 10:00am, SS Commander Heinrich Himmler ordered a massage. At 2:00pm, he had lunch. At 9:00pm, he had a working meeting in which he was told that Polish officers, then allied with the Nazis, were refusing More...

Hitler's Birthplace Anwesen Salzburger Vorstadt 15,   Braunau am Inn. Austria - Wikimedia Commons
Ynet News On Monday, July 25th, 2016

What to Do With Site of Hitler’s Birthplace?

  Adolf Hitler was born in the house behind her and the building is a natural draw for tourists. But when asked about her hometown’s most important landmark, Ivonne Bekking gestured down the road toward More...

An anti-Semitic Nazi pamphlet used an AP photograph of New York mayor Fiorello LaGuardia.(Photo AP)
Jewish Business News On Thursday, March 31st, 2016

German Historian Accuses AP of Nazi Collaboration

A German historian has revealed that the Associated Press, an American news agency that is one of the world’s largest, collaborated with the Nazi regime in the 1930s, British newspaper The Guardian More...

News On Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

What Happened in Holocaust Not Taught Properly by Many English Teachers

A group of British students on a school trip to Auschwitz This article was first published in England on Market Business News,  by Christian Nordqvist: Too many teachers are using unreliable sources when More...

Geddy Lee playing his Roland Fantom X7 during the 2010–2011 Time Machine Tour
News Brief On Friday, January 22nd, 2016

Rush’s Geddy Lee: ‘My Parents Met in a Nazi Work Camp During the War’

  Rush bassist and vocalist Geddy Lee shared an interesting story about how his parents met, saying it all started in a Nazi work camp back in WWII. He tells Prog: “My parents met in a Nazi work More...

Jewish Business News On Monday, July 20th, 2015

Ho Feng Shan: The ‘Chinese Schindler’ Who Saved Thousands of Jews

HONG KONG (CNN) — When Ho Feng Shan died at the age of 96, he took a secret to his grave. The only clue was a single sentence in his obituary in 1997. Throughout his long life, Ho never mentioned his More...

Queen visits site of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
News Brief On Friday, June 26th, 2015

WATCH: Queen Elizabeth Visits a Former Nazi Concentration Camp for the First Time

  Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II visited a former Nazi concentration camp for the first time Friday, laying a wreath on the grounds of Bergen-Belsen where Anne Frank died shortly before liberation by More...

Jamie Metzl
Jamie Metzl On Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Jamie Metzl: Japan’s Sensitive Military Normalization

Soon after the Islamic State’s brutal murder in January of the Japanese hostages Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for the country’s “biggest reform” of its military posture More...


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