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  • Remembering Robert Wolfe, guardian of Nazi-era archives

    The chief archivist for captured Nazi documents at the National Archives singlehandedly galvanized a generation of Holocaust and Nazi-era historians and authors, writes Edwin Black.

  • Op-Ed: How the United States fans the flames of Mideast conflict

    Via the author Edwin Black, here’s a way to expand the possibility of peace: The U.S. should cut funding to the Palestinian Authority until the P.A. halts its mandated practice of paying generous salaries to convicted terrorists.

  • Op-Ed: American corporate complicity created undeniable Nazi nexus

    The shape and scope of the Holocaust was pivotally determined by major American industrial giants, best-selling author Edwin Black writes.

  • Survivors blast museum over archive

    Holocaust survivors are venting their anger at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum over its decision not to allow immediate electronic access to the long-secret records of the International Tracing Service at Bad Arolsen, Germany.

  • Holocaust archive coming to D.C.

    The International Tracing Service’s secret Holocaust archive at Bad Arolsen, Germany, is preparing to transfer millions of images of concentration-camp prisoner documents to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum under embargo, according to sources.

  • Survivors still seek justice

    Holocaust survivor groups and key congressional leaders have joined two separate issues — the opening of the Bad Arolsen archives on Holocaust victims and the quest to recover unpaid insurance claims — into a single cause.

  • Exposing Iran’s links to the Nazis

    Though Iran’s president now describes the Holocaust as a myth, his country was closely tied to the Nazis before and during World War II.

  • Report: Moses, Israelites flee Egypt

    Following a series of inexplicable natural disasters, a huge troop of Israelites is reported to have fled Egypt in the dead of night, while the pursuing Egyptian armies were last seen foundering in the Red Sea.

  • The forgotten pogrom of Baghdad

    At about 3 p.m., June 1, 1941, the Jews of Baghdad found themselves caught between Hitler’s master plan to dominate Europe and the Arab-Jewish conflict in Palestine. At stake was the oil Hitler needed to succeed.

  • New details about IBM aid to Nazis in WWII

    A new investigation reveals the extent to which IBM machines and technical assistance were used by Romania in its efforts to persecute and exterminate the Gypsies and other minorities during World War II.