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Counter-protesters block neo-Nazi march to Berlin prison
Left-wing groups and Berlin residents prevented more than 500 far-right extremists from marching Saturday to the place where high-ranking Nazi official Rudolf Hess died 30 years ago
In Germany, neo-Nazis get to march but threats are verboten
Police in the German capital are bracing for a protest by far-right supporters Saturday, intended to commemorate the death of Adolf Hitler's deputy Rudolf Hess
91-year-old veteran greets customers at supermarket: 'I love what I do'
A 91-year-old supermarket employee has been making customers smile since 1993. Archie Fagan, a WWII veteran, enjoys greeting customers at the ShopRite in Flemington, New Jersey -- a job he's worked 40 hours a week for over 20 years. "I love what I do, where I'm at and who I am," Fagan told ABC News
ON THE EVE of the landmark O'Bannon v. NCAA trial, Michael Hausfeld, the lead attorney for former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon, huddled with his colleagues in a small conference room overlooking Oakland's Lake Merritt. The words "WAR ROOM" were written on a Post-it note attached to the
Hitler's Last Known Tome of Stolen Art Donated to National Archives
A leather-bound book used by Adolf Hitler to document Nazi Germany’s pillage of precious artwork during World War II was donated to the National Archives today, the anniversary of the end of the war in Europe. The so-called “Hitler Album Six” was a missing volume...
Top Hitler Aide's Diary Posted Online
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has published for the first time hundreds of hand-written pages from the long-lost diary of leading Nazi theorist and top Hitler adviser Alfred Rosenberg. Museum officials said they hope the pages — roughly 400 in total and currently available only...
Senate Holds Hearing on Potential Strike on Syrian Targets
John Kerry, Chuck Hagel, Gen. Dempsey answer senators' questions on potential action against Syria.
Long-Lost Diary of Nazi Alfred Rosenberg Expected to Bring 'New Insight' Into Hitler's Inner Circle
Hundreds of pages of the long-lost diary kept by one of Adolf Hitler's advisors were recovered by federal officials, who said today they hope the discovery will be an "important record" of crimes perpetrated during the Holocaust. The diary, which was penned by Alfred Rosenberg, is roughly 400 pages
Nazi Memorabilia Boom: 'The People Want Souvenirs'
The trade in Nazi relics is booming in the United States, driven by private collectors who want to own a piece of world history's most notorious era. This week a US auction house at the helm of the trend will sell personal documents left behind by Joseph Goebbels, one of Hitler's closest cohorts.
Hitler's Nuremberg Laws End Convoluted Journey at National Archives
Original Nazi Documents Returned to Govt. Hands, Displayed Publicly for First Time