nazi war criminals

Nazis who killed children ran German children’s homes after the war

After World War II, both Werner Scheu and Albert Viethen were among a group of former Nazi officials who ran children’s homes in West Germany where torture, abuse and malnourishment were commonplace.

By BEN SALES/JTA
12/08/2020
Rainer Hoess poses at a school after speaking to students about his grandfather's legacy in Toronto,
Grandson of Auschwitz commander Rudolf Hoess is a criminal

According to an exposé published Friday in the Israeli paper Israel Hayom, Hoess, 55, has engaged in multiple fraud schemes over the years.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
25/07/2020
A Jewish cemetery (illustrative)
Canadian police apologize for calling anti-Nazi vandalism hate crime

The memorial was made to commemorate those who served in the unit of Ukrainian volunteers that fought for the Nazis.

Former hammer-workshop of the German concentration camp Neuengamme.
US court orders deportation of ex-guard at German concentration camp

Berger admitted to serving at the camp, and acknowledged that he never asked to be transferred.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
07/03/2020
John Demjanjuk Jr: New pictures are not proof my father was a Nazi guard

Recently released photographs of the Sobibor death camp appear to show John Demjanjuk as a guard, but his son denies the claim.

Photos surface showing convicted Nazi war criminal at Sobibor camp

It reportedly is the first time that Demjanuk has been identified in photos of Sobibor.

By TOBY AXELROD/JTA
21/01/2020
PROSECUTOR FATOU BENSOUDA waits for the start of trial.
The ICC decision on Israel would make Himmler proud

The ICC chief prosecutor’s hand is now controlled by organizations linked to the 3rd Reich.

By RICHARD KEMP
26/12/2019
Canadian Supreme Court rejects citizenship appeal of ex-Nazi

The government is "determined to deny safe haven in Canada to war criminals and persons believed to have committed or been complicit in war crimes, crimes against humanity, or genocide."

By REUTERS
05/12/2019
Child Holocaust survivor hugs 93-year-old Nazi guard during trial

Bruno Dey is being charged as an accessory in the murders of 5,230 people at the Stutthof concentration camp near what is today Gdansk, Poland. He is standing trial in Hamburg.

By TOBY AXELROD/JTA
20/11/2019
Two vases stolen by Nazi regime returned to family after 80 years

According to the FBI, after Fuld's death and the Third Reich's rise to power in 1933, the Nazis subjugated the family accounts and placed an "exit tax" on his wife.

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