Viewfinder: An SS Guard Faces Trial for Nazi Crimes
The 94-year-old former SS guard faces trial, charged with complicity in the mass murders at the Nazi concentration camp Stutthof during World War II.
How Anti-Leftism Has Made Jordan Peterson a Mark for Fascist Propaganda
When academics start complaining about "cultural Marxism," they're entering—wittingly or no—a realm of deep anti-Semitism.
What to Do When Nazis Are Obsessed With Your Field
How medieval historians can counter white supremacy.
How Electroconvulsive Therapy Became a Nazi Weapon
Though electroconvulsive therapy is a safe and effective treatment for mental illness, its connection to Nazi war crimes has contributed to the treatment's continued stigma today.
The Ku Klux Klan Used the Same Trolling Tactics as the Alt-Right
What a scholar of the KKK has to say about the alt-right.
Your Research-Based Guide to American White Supremacist Movements
Hate groups provide violent ideologies for terrorists who have killed dozens of Americans over the last 14 years.
The Re-Victimization of Homosexual Targets of the Nazi Regime
A brief look at Paragraph 175.
Documentary Examines Nazi-Era Film Director Veit Harlan
A documentary examining the life of Veit Harlan, a film director responsible for films favored by Nazis, provides back story for a new and controversial feature film.
When Can Germans Trifle With Their Own Version of the 'N' Word?
... And how not to. The rules are changing, just as the human memory of Nazism fades.
Germans Wrestle With Remembrance of Firebombing Raid
The politics of remembering Allied bombing raids in Dresden pokes at the sensitive spots in Germany's democracy.