One line establishes the crimes of a real Nazi doctor, but mischaracterizes his main victims.
A new exhibit at the Jewish Museum moves attention from the horror of the looted, destroyed art and onto the hard, devoted work of restitution.
After an apparent hacker altered a template, Nazi flags filled Wikipedia. But only for five minutes.
Is “Heal Hitler” more than just a provocative title?
“His goal in life was but to make a world-changing discovery, to possess great fame and scientific powers — and he succeeded to a shocking extent.”
When Max Goldblatt noticed a high-end pudding shop opening in L.A.’s uber-hip Silverlake neighborhood, he had a few questions. For one thing, a high-end pudding shop? Also, did that sign in the window really say: “Since 1894” ?
Design Foundry said it ‘had no idea’ that the stage resembled a Nazi symbol, ‘nor was there any intention to create something that did.’
On Feb. 25, 1941, at least 100,000 Dutchmen stopped working to protest the Nazis’ persecution of Jews, bringing the economy to a halt for days.
“These tropes are used by anti-democratic forces at very specific times. They’re used in order to sow doubt into the institutions of democracy.”
What would I have done? But more importantly, what do I do, right now?