nazi war criminals

97-year-old Nazi secretary on trial speaks out for first time

Irmgard Furchner, who played a crucial role in the death of over 11,000 people, has sat in silence since her trial began in October 2021.

NY museums scramble to acknowledge Nazi-looted art

The MoMA’s move comes as a new bill mandates that museums will be required to have signage acknowledging that stolen works were Nazi-looted.


101-year-old Nazi SS concentration camp guard sentenced to prison

Due to the criminal's old age, however, he is unlikely to be imprisoned.


US Attorney General appoints Nazi hunter to investigate war crimes in Ukraine

Rosenbaum will work with other prosecutors from the Human Rights and Special Prosecutions Section to investigate alleged human rights violations by Russian forces in Ukraine.

Has Israeli TV lost all interest in Nazi-hunting?

From my personal experience of directing the Jerusalem office of the Simon Wiesenthal, the toughest “nut to crack,” has always been Israeli television.

'Death Gate' at Stutthof Concentration Camp

Germany tries two Nazis for wartime crimes

Despite the decades that have passed since the crimes were committed, it is still possible to hold Nazi perpetrators accountable for their crimes.


Nazi concentration camp guard, aged 100, starts trial in Germany

Prosecutors charged the man, a member of the Nazi party's paramilitary SS, with having helped along the deaths of 3,518 people at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.

Guard tower at Stutthof concentration camp

Trial of former Nazi camp secretary may not go forward

A German court had previously ruled the 96-year-old woman who served as a secretary to the commandant at the Stutthof concentration camp as fit to stand trial.

By Sara Sharf

Marjorie Taylor Greene back to comparing COVID regulations to Holocaust

When asked about Greene's remarks, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told CNN on Wednesday that "We don't take any of our health and medical advice from Marjorie Taylor Greene.”

Nazi who spied for US was allowed to avoid trial until his death in 1975

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.

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