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A ‘Nazi love story’ about a mass murderer who got away

“The Ratline” tells how both the Catholic Church and the Allies were active in shuttling unrepentant Nazis to new lives in the West;

By ANDREW SILOW-CARROLL / JTA
31/03/2021

Amsterdam mayor wants city's museum to return $22m Nazi-looted painting

“Returning this artwork will mean a lot to the victims and is important for acknowledging the injustice perpetrated,” Halsema wrote.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
23/02/2021
'Death Gate' at Stutthof Concentration Camp

Nazi secretary at Stutthof camp charged for role in 10,000 murders

As the woman was under 18 when she served at the camp, she will be charged at a juvenile court.

07/02/2021

80 years after Holocaust began, Nazi war criminals still prosecuted

The only issue that will completely end in the near future is that of justice.

Wiesenthal Center annual report notes successes in prosecuting Nazis

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.

Activists of the National Corps political party take part in a rally to mark the 110th anniversary o

Far-right protesters in Ukraine demand Israel apologize for communism

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.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
08/01/2021

The Nuremberg Trials - 75 years on

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.

‘Woman in Gold’

Holocaust survivors share stories of stolen property in new campaign

WJRO is asking participants to post their stories through videos, photos, statements, or drawings, including #MyPropertyStory and tagging @WJRORestitution.

The exhibition "Gurlitt: Status Report. An Art Dealer in Nazi Germany"

Museum can keep $40 million Nazi-looted Pissarro painting - US court

A Spanish museum, not the heirs of a Jewish woman fleeing the Holocaust, is the rightful owner of a Pissarro painting now valued at $40 million, a US appeals court has ruled.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
20/08/2020

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
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