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# Nazism

Last year
# Brazil
Alleged Nazi salute at pro-Bolsonaro protest riles Brazil
Israel’s embassy called on authorities to ‘take the necessary measures to put a stop to such outrageous acts.’
All time
# Bestseller
Hitler's Mein Kampf sells 85,000 copies in Germany
It was initially planned to print only 4,000 copies of the Nazi leader’s anti-Semitic manifesto, but production was boosted after intense demand.
Opinion: On what would have been Anne Frank's 85th birthday, let's remember our shared history
Anne Frank never lived to tell her tale but we can honour her memory, and that of all the murdered, by challenging anti-Semitism where we find it.
# Apology
eBay: We're sorry we allowed Holocaust memorabilia to be listed on our website
The world’s biggest online marketplace has removed the listings from its website and will donate nearly €30,000 to charity.
# Croatia
Bodies of suspected WW2 victims exhumed from mass grave in Croatia
The victims were thought to have been cadets in a Croatian military academy.
# World War II
World's 'most wanted' Nazi arrested in Hungary
Laszlo Csizsik-Csatary was sentenced to death by a Czech court in 1948 but fled to Canada and had lived freely.
# Israel
Pro-Hitler graffiti found at Israel's Holocaust museum
Suspicion has fallen on a small fringe of ultra-Orthodox Jews, who are virulently opposed to the state of Israel.
# Survivors
Israeli government boosts budget for Holocaust survivors
Around 200,000 survivors live in Israel.
Column: Never forget – Hitler targeted the Irish-Jewish community for extermination
On Holocaust Memorial Day, Justice Minister Alan Shatter writes that we should not assume that the type of horror created by the Nazi killing machine could not be repeated in the future.
# Germany
Bavarian authorities may stop 'Mein Kampf' from being published
A British publisher wants to publish segments of Hitler’s memoir with critical commentary, but Bavaria may scupper the plans.
# World War II
BBC to air doc on Irish soldiers persecuted for 'desertion'
Around 5,000 soldiers left the neutral Irish Army to fight fascism in the Allied forces – and were persecuted for it afterwards.
# Germany
Germany expands investigation into murderous neo-Nazi group
A woman has been arrested over alleged links to a group which says it has killed a policewoman and 9 immigrants.
# Holocaust Denial
British bishop convicted of denying Holocaust begins German appeal
Catholic bishop Richard Williamson claims he was asked “leading questions” in a Swedish TV interview.
# nazis on speed
Nazi soldiers were doped up with crystal meth
Hitler’s army marched on speed, medical study reveals. Also: RTE Radio 1 doc on Irishman who saved Hitler’s life is now available as podcast…
# Hitler
Radio doc charts extraordinary life of Irishman who saved Hitler
RTE documentary to tell tale of Carlow native Michael Keogh and his brush with one of the 20th century’s most notorious dictators.
# Golden Globes
Golden Globe winner Colin Firth 'might lose Oscar' over claims George VI was anti-Semitic
The King’s Speech is being accused in email circulating among Academy members of “glossing over” British monarch’s attitude towards Jews fleeing Nazi Germany.
# Pope
Pope lauds courage of Britons who fought nazism
Pontiff says the British who fought the “evil ideology” are heroic.
# Fascism
Was this goal celebration a Nazi-era Hitler salute?
Joey Barton gets in trouble. Again.