The fruits of a recent investigation.
A “second-degree crossbred.”
The expulsion that backfired.
A lawsuit over the fate of a medieval manuscript.
His handler was a Holocaust survivor.
It agreed to hire Nazi propagandists.
If Assad is Hitler, why isn’t the West trying to defeat him?
A new translation of an anti-Semitic pamphlet.
A new book clears up lingering popular misconceptions.
What happened in the prewar concentration camps?
The pontificating author who hid his Nazi past is dead.
Satirist, essayist, poet, converted Jew, Kurt Tucholsky mocked interwar Germany with biting irony and clever wordplay—until committing suicide, first literary and then actual.
Nazis used the Western cultural past to construct an image of Germany that could be revived after civilizational crisis. They killed in the name of. . .