Germany will not prosecute a former Nazi SS soldier who allegedly helped kill more than 300 people in Italy during World War Two because he has dementia and is unfit to stand trial, prosecutors said on Thursday.
Two Jewish experts have been appointed belatedly to a government panel in Germany on anti-Semitism following protests by Jewish groups.
A major increase in anti-Semitic and right-wing violent attacks in Germany is “extremely worrying,” according to the country’s interior minister.
The legacy of Nazism has caused a dilemma for progressive Germans. On the 50th anniversary of ties between the two states, historic support for Israel is tempered by concerns about the conflict with the Palestinians.
How do you come to terms with the knowledge that your father is a mass murderer? Philippe Sands asks that question in his documentary ‘A Nazi Legacy: What Our Fathers Did.’
Police in Berlin have apologized to German fans of the Ingolstadt Soccer Club for making them roll up the Israeli flag they were displaying during a match in the city.
An injured Israeli swift has been saved from certain death by a feather transplant, thanks to an ornithophiliac couple in south Tel Aviv - and a unique collaboration between an Israeli zoo and a German clinic.
Germany is for the first time seeking compensation for the $57 million lost to fraud at the Claims Conference. But the Holocaust agency says it isn’t giving a dime of survivors’ cash.
Was Hitler mad? And how much support did he get from the German people? In a new essay collection, historian Richard J. Evans tackles some of the thorniest issues surrounding the Holocaust.