Court Drops Arrest Warrant On ‘Dead’ Fiend Who Sent Nearly 130,000 To Their Deaths

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Alois Brunner, who had been on the run since 1945, the Cologne judiciary has lifted the arrest warrant against and stopped the search for him in July, 2022. (Newsflash)

A German court has ended its 77-year manhunt for a wanted Nazi war criminal who had been on the run since 1945. Alois Brunner - an Austrian member of the…

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USD 215 Million Compo Fund For Hitlers Victims Closed

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Claims Committee Chairman Sir Franklin Berman takes the lectern – a view to the audience. Reception in honor of the Claims Committee held at the Austrian Parliament on 4 April 2017. (Parlamentsdirektion, Johannes Zinner/Newsflash)

A programme that handed out USD 215 million in compensation to victims of Nazi plunder in World War II has closed in Austria, the birthplace of Adolf Hitler. Trustees of…

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Hitler Sculpture On Show As Part Of Tribute To Jew Who Fled Nazis At 16, Served In US Navy And Became Major Art Collector

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The Stefan Edlis exhibition at the Jewish Museum Vienna located in Austria's capital Vienna. (David Bohmann/Newsflash)

Adolf Hitler has gone on display at the Jewish Museum in Vienna as part of a project focusing on the creator of one of the most important contemporary art collections…

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Dutch Museum Returns Kandinsky Painting Worth Millions To Jewish Heirs After They Sold It To Escape Nazis During WWII

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The painting named 'Bild mit Hausern' (Painting with Houses) by Wassily Kandinsky that was handed over to the heirs of the original owners in the Netherlands. (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam/Newsflash)

A museum in Amsterdam has returned a Kandinsky painting worth millions to the descendants of its Jewish owners who had to sell it under duress to escape the Nazis during…

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Jewish Nazi Concentration Camp Survivor Testifies Against Former Secretary, 96, In German Court

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The former concentration camp secretary Irmgard Furchner in the Itzehoe regional court. (Newsflash)

A Jewish survivor of the Stutthof Nazi concentration camp has testified in court against a former secretary who is on trial for complicity in over 11,000 cases of murder and…

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Shock As Paved Nazi Swastika From 1943 Revealed After Works In Germanic City In Brazil

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Shape similar to a Nazi swastika painted on the floor of a sidewalk in a park in Porto Alegre in Brazil. (@felipe.kirstadami/Newsflash)

A Nazi-Swastika-like park design from 1943 that was revealed during recent renovation works has been slammed by locals in a Brazilian city known for its German immigration. Brazil welcomed between…

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Archaeologists Uncover Massive Quarry That Might Have Been Used To Build Second Temple On Temple Mount

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A 2,000-year-old stone quarry was discovered in the neighborhood of Har Hotzvim, Jerusalem.

Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered this massive 2,000-year-old quarry that they say was in use at the time the Second Temple was built in Jerusalem. The Second Temple was a…

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Brit Soldiers In WWII Parachute Jump With Israeli Troops In Honour Of Female Warrior-Poet Murdered By Nazis

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Israel Defense Forces paratroopers recreate World War II jump in honor of poet-soldier Hannah Senesh in Slovenia.

These images show how British soldiers have participated in a recreation of a World War II parachute jump along with Israeli troops in honour of Jewish poet-warrior and SOE agent…

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Gold-Covered Torahs Among Historical Artefacts Seized During Anti-Smuggling Operation

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A gold embellished Torah written on animal skin seized in the operation organized against historical artefacts smugglers in Edirne, Turkey on 2nd April 2021.

Turkish cops have recovered two gold-covered Torahs, the Jewish holy book, which had been inscribed on animal skin after busting a historical artefact smuggling gang. The two holy books were…

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