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The holocaust

The Holocaust Prisoners Who Risked Their Lives to Sneak Evidence from Concentration Camps

A new exhibition at London's Wiener Library tells the story of the men and women who enlightened the world as to what was happening in the extermination camps.
Oscar Rickett
The VICE Guide to Right Now

'Bill and Ted' Almost Traveled to Nazi Germany to Kidnap Hitler

It would've been a much different movie.
River Donaghey
VICE News Tonight on HBO

This man could be the world's last Nazi hunter

Jens Rommel has been at the forefront of the prosecution of remaining Nazi war criminals — but it's a dying industry.
Andrew Potter

This Middle School Teacher Moonlights as a Nazi-Themed Wrestler

Now his school district is investigating after "Blitzkrieg, the German Juggernaut" flashed the Nazi salute as part of his routine.
Drew Schwartz

Putin shows off new “invincible” nukes during military parade

Among the new hardware was the hypersonic missile "Kinzhal," a weapon Putin calls "invincible."
Gabriel Connelly
The far-right

German neo-Nazis are trying to go mainstream with MMA and music festivals

“The younger people, they’re attracted to the fighting and the music.”
Tim Hume

What It's Like to Live in Auschwitz in 2018

Auschwitz is also just a town with a shopping mall and a KFC.
Felix Adler

The Polish Ballerina Who Shot Nazis on Her Way to the Gas Chamber

The story of Franceska Mann's brave act of resistance at Auschwitz has become Holocaust legend. But how much do we actually know of her story?
Dee Cunning

The Forgotten Female Codebreaker Who Helped America Defeat the Nazis

Elizebeth Smith Friedman broke Nazi Enigma machines and busted South American spy rings before being written out of history by powerful men. A new biography aims to change all that.
Sirin Kale
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Christopher Nolan's New Movie Looks Like a Straightforward WWII Epic

It'll be interesting to see how Nolan tackles a war story, since there probably won't be any high concept mind-fucks like 'Inception' or 'Prestige'-y twists.
VICE Staff

How Hungary's Anti-Semitic Far-Right Poster Boy Found Out He Was a Jew

In 2006, Csanád Szegedi was Vice President of the country's virulently anti-semitic Jobbik Party. Then, his career came tumbling down after it emerged that his family had survived Auschwitz and Nazi labour camps.
Philip Kleinfeld
dogs named pickles

​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.
Keph Senett