The Indian publisher whose book of “Leaders” includes Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama and Adolf Hitler has been widely criticized.
The company originally claimed that the “Adolf” socks were designed “to bring order in the socks drawer.”
The “Real Housewife” who provoked nuanced conversations about Jewish identity is leaving the show
A strange time to take a stand for paintings.
A TV report in Poland that exposed neo-Nazis celebrating Hitler’s birthday has led to an official investigation.
Former President Barack Obama warned U.S. citizens not to “grow complacent.”
“‘Mein Kampf’ is on the approved list because it does not violate our rules,” said a prison official.
Stamford Hill, a largely ultra-Orthodox neighborhood, has been plagued by anti-Semitic attacks over the past year.
In pictures from a recent game, fans could be seen holding signs that read “HOLOCAUST” next two a massive banner of Hitler’s face.
“In terms of his draftsmanship, he’s proficient,” the Army’s art historian said of Hitler’s paintings. But his art doesn’t show any “sparkle of life.”