Two Chinese tourists gave the Nazi salute in Berlin, breaking the law and garnering international media attention.
How the Holocaust survivor and beloved author of Night challenged the way students think about history.
A frightened young woman left her apartment in Munich in November 1938 and returned with the visa that saved her family. A team of German journalists launched an improbable search to find the missing artwork and tell its story.
Our brains are better equipped to process isolated tragedies, while international laws make it easy to ignore anything that isn't the Holocaust.
The politics of remembering Allied bombing raids in Dresden pokes at the sensitive spots in Germany's democracy.
East and West remember World War II in different ways.
As time erodes the ephemera of genocide, the purpose behind preserving every physical bit of atrocity becomes a question for archivists and ethicists.