A pair of lilac knickers once owned by Hitler's wife Eva Braun have sold at auction for nearly £3,000.
Freedom fighters today, the brave folk who risk their lives and fortunes for the survival of their race and culture, spend much of their time and energy defining and describing "the enemy."
For decades Danish National Socialist Søren Kam has successfully evaded the authorities.
Elin Krantz, once a beautiful blond woman, young and full of life, is now dead in the ground and fully decomposed.
In 2001 to 2002, there were 196,000 foreign students in Italian schools; making about 2.2% of the total school population.
The first victim of the Stockholm truck-ramming attack - carried out by a failed asylum seeker - was a Belgian psychologist who worked helping failed asylum seekers avoid deportation, it has emerged.
On the evening of May 10, 1941, the Deputy Führer of the Third Reich set out on a secret mission that was to be his last and most important.
An objective study of history will show beyond dispute by rational men that religion has been a major force, if not the major force, in shaping our conditions and destiny.
During WWII, the Germans were developing a wide range of superweapons that would turn the tide and ensure ultimate victory. Most of them never made it off the drawing boards and only a few saw active service but a number of them laid the foundation for weapons that are still being used today.
London’s world-famous cockneys—once an iconic symbol of Britain—have been exterminated by the flood of nonwhite immigration into the UK, a new documentary by the BBC has admitted.
Less than 1.2 percent of all the estimated 1.5 million Third World invaders pretending to be refugees in Germany have any sort of full-time work after nearly two years in the country, statistics have shown.
Bestiality brothels are spreading through Germany thanks to a law that makes sex with animals legal, a livestock protection officer has warned.
White British children will be outnumbered in state school classrooms in England within 23 years, research reveals.
A Dutch retailer has been forced to apologise after it unwittingly sold a colour-by-numbers book featuring Adolf Hitler.