The Prisoners Who Told the World About the Holocaust
A new exhibition at London's Wiener Library tells the story of the men and women who snuck evidence out of concentration camps, enlightening the public and ruling powers across the world.
Nazis, Thieves, and a Dog Named Pickles: The Unsolved Mystery of the First World Cup Trophy
In 1930, FIFA President Jules Rimet commissioned a trophy for the first World Cup. Since then it has been stolen, hidden, hunted, and lost. If it even still exists.
Throwback Thursday: Everything You Think Know About Jesse Owens at Hitler's 1936 Nazi Olympics Is Wrong
It is an accident of history that we can still watch and appreciate Owens's famous race because of a Nazi sympathizer.