world war 2
The state broadcaster later edited out what pro-Kremlin outlets are now calling an act of “sabotage.”
Britain’s “greatest battle” killed thousands of people. But in one town, it’s not just a history lesson.
Irmgard Furchner, who worked at the Stutthof concentration camp, sparked an hours-long search by police after she took a taxi from her care home to a metro station.
A court victory handed to South Korean plaintiffs has boosted hopes for justice elsewhere in Asia.
Polish prisoner "Teddy" Pietrzykowski was forced into dozens of boxing matches – sharing the food scraps he won with fellow prisoners.
The state news agency tweaked a poem by German pastor Martin Niemöller’s anti-Nazi poem, effectively comparing protesters to cowardly Germans who didn’t stand up to the Nazis.
'Brukel' takes inspiration from games like 'Gone Home' to capture what it was like to grow up on the frontlines of war.
Lucas Ligtenberg's book investigates why 350 people took their own lives during the first month of the German occupation.
On the motorcycle track and in the male-dominated sphere of engineering, Beatrice Shilling knew how to shred.
Rebellion’s latest has the surface-level looks of a big game, but it’s indie, through and through—which means tempering expectations.