Nigel Jones reviews After the Reich: From the Liberation of Vienna to the Berlin Airlift by Giles MacDonogh.
Adolf Hitler’s favorite artists and artwork, promoted throughout National Socialist Germany and shunned by the jews for decades, are now on fire, with art collectors in America and Europe paying more than $150,000.
In the aftermath of the Charleston church shooting, the media has portrayed “racist white websites” as promoting and inspiring violence against nonwhites, when in fact these websites typically reject such accusations in favor of peaceful solutions.
A photo album showing the Duke of Windsor meeting Adolf Hitler while on a state visit to the Third Reich Germany in 1937 is to be sold at auction.
A WW2 labyrinth of underground tunnels believed to have been used to develop a nuclear bomb has been uncovered.
Five months before the end of World War II in Europe – as enemy forces are advancing from East and West, and German cities are being bombed mercilessly – Germany’s leaders call up all remaining able-bodied men to defend the nation.
Newly discovered documents show that in the years after WWII, former members of the Waffen-SS formed a secret army to protect the country from the Soviets.
The largest Viking warship ever found, it was discovered by chance in 1996 at Roskilde.
The media was buzzing with the announcement of the discovery of the diary of Alfred Rosenberg by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).
Several birds with racist and offensive names are being replaced in an effort by the Swedish Ornithological Society.
Ten thousand incensed Jews swarmed into New York City's Central Park where the man they hated most planned to speak in the "free forum area."