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How Crowdsourcing Aided a Push to Preserve the Histories of Nazi Victims

How Crowdsourcing Aided a Push to Preserve the Histories of Nazi Victims

How Crowdsourcing Aided a Push to Preserve the Histories of Nazi Victims How Crowdsourcing Aided a Push to Preserve the Histories of Nazi Victims While the coronavirus pandemic has painfully upended lives and businesses around the world, the lockdowns it caused are providing a unique boost for one group’s effort to help heal a generations-old wound: Nazi atrocities. As the …

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Nazi or Hero? Historian Looks at the Stories a German Consultant Told of His Father

Nazi or Hero? Historian Looks at the Stories a German Consultant Told of His Father

Nazi or Hero? Historian Looks at the Stories a German Consultant Told of His Father Nazi or Hero? Historian Looks at the Stories a German Consultant Told of His Father FRANKFURT — Weighing in on an issue that revived questions about the role of German business in World War II, a historian has partly confirmed and partly refuted reports that …

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Former U.S. Nazi Hunter Seeks I.R.S. Sanctions Against Whitney Museum

Former U.S. Nazi Hunter Seeks I.R.S. Sanctions Against Whitney Museum

Former U.S. Nazi Hunter Seeks I.R.S. Sanctions Against Whitney Museum Former U.S. Nazi Hunter Seeks I.R.S. Sanctions Against Whitney Museum Many anticipated some fallout for the Whitney Museum of American Art when a veteran board member, Warren B. Kanders, felt compelled to resign last year after protesters targeted him in regular demonstrations at the museum. But few probably expected the …

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Illinois anti-lockdown protester waves Nazi slogan from Auschwitz concentration camp

Illinois anti-lockdown protester waves Nazi slogan from Auschwitz concentration camp

Illinois anti-lockdown protester waves Nazi slogan from Auschwitz concentration camp Illinois anti-lockdown protester waves Nazi slogan from Auschwitz concentration camp An anti-lockdown protester in Illinois has been widely condemned for brandishing a sign bearing a Nazi slogan from the gates of Auschwitz concentration camp. The woman, who has not been identified, was part of a group protesting to “Re-Open Illinois’ …

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Manolis Glezos Dies at 97; Tore Down Nazi Flag Over Athens

Manolis Glezos Dies at 97; Tore Down Nazi Flag Over Athens

“That was my first act of resistance, and I knew there would be others,” he said. His death sentence was commuted, but his younger brother, Nikos, who was also part of the resistance movement, was executed by the Germans in 1944. Mr. Glezos was imprisoned in 1943 by Italian occupation forces and again in 1944 by Greek collaborators with the …

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