Editors of Il Giornale said it was part of efforts to help people understand the Holocaust
Each false atrocity bleeds into the body of evidence of other, real crimes, contaminating the truth for decades to come
Turkish president says MPs who backed motion to recognise slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians are 'terrorists' with 'impure blood'
The photograph was taken in a room where the SS hung 1,100 men, women and children
Officials have been locked in a dispute over renovations with the building's owner for years
93-year-old Ernst Tremmel was a member of the Nazi SS guard team at the Nazi camp in occupied Poland
The 25-year-old Londoner was among the very first from the outside world to enter through the gates of Bergen-Belsen. He died from a heart attack while on the Caribbean island of St Vincent
'I was so malnourished, I was unable to cry which helped ensure no one discovered me'
Deputy justice minister tells reporters to 'stop attributing to Poland the role of Holocaust author'
The 94-year-old is charged as an accessory to the murder of 170,000 people
Three former inmates have recalled the horror of the death camp, underlining prosecutors’ claims that anyone who was a guard there was automatically complicit in mass murder
Woman features in first Court of Protection case to be staged in public following launch of open-justice pilot scheme
Students often ask whether I hate the Germans – a question I am always confused by
'Every young person should learn about the Holocaust and the lessons it teaches us today, which is why it is unique in being the only subject named as a compulsory part of the history curriculum'
Psychologist tells court man whose son has been taken into care is 'continually overwhelmed by his traumatic antecedents'
During her time at Leipzig-Schönefeld, Fela Herling did everything in her power to hide her pregnancy