Franz Josef Huber, a top Gestapo officer who helped Adolf Eichmann round up and murder the Jews of Central Europe, was a wanted man for crimes against humanity.
The renegade human rights activist has turned his destructive political art performance into a non-fungible token - a digital piece of art that can be bought and sold.
“The Ratline” tells how both the Catholic Church and the Allies were active in shuttling unrepentant Nazis to new lives in the West;
“Returning this artwork will mean a lot to the victims and is important for acknowledging the injustice perpetrated,” Halsema wrote.
As the woman was under 18 when she served at the camp, she will be charged at a juvenile court.
The only issue that will completely end in the near future is that of justice.
In Russia, the government has initiated two Nazi war crimes investigations, marking a major step by Russian authorities since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
The far-right activists called on Israel and the Jews to assume responsibility specifically for Holodomor, a famine that killed millions of Ukrainians in the 1930s.
After six years of war, the Allied powers came together to deliver justice on Nazi leaders who had caused the deaths of millions of people.
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