Arts and Entertainment 'Misha' was found to be a fraud by a woman who was not even Jewish.

Misha Defonseca claimed she killed a Nazi soldier and lived with wolves

The American Plan by Richard Greenberg at the Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath.

The American Plan, Ustinov Studio, Bath

The American Plan is bit like a hyper-literate variant of Henry James's novella Washington Square, but this play by Richard Three Days of Rain Greenberg boasts its own splendidly astringent wit and pervasive sense of secrets and sadness and stymied hope.

Greek footballer's Nazi salute: Katidis is probably not a fascist. But he is certainly an idiot

The player's insistence that he did not know the meaning of the gesture seems ridiculous

Auschwitz Laboratory survivor 'A7733' launches Facebook hunt to find long-lost twin brother

73-year-old man appeals for information on the social network to find brother he has not seen in 68 years

A boy writes ‘Jud’ (Jew) on a building in Vienna in 1938

Over half of Austrians think the Nazis would be elected if the party was readmitted to politics

75 years after Hitler annexed country, poll reveals worrying views about banned party

The network of camps and ghettos set up by the Nazis to conduct the Holocaust and persecute millions of victims across Europe may have been far larger and systematic than previously believed

Has Holocaust history just been rewritten? Astonishing new research shows Nazi camp network targeting Jews was 'twice as big as previously thought'

Researchers have now catalogued more than 42,500 institutions used for persecution and death.

Hessel emigrated to France when he was eight

France's spirit of resistance, Stéphane Hessel, dies at the age of 95

Stéphane Hessel, the French resistance hero, diplomat and writer who became an icon of anti-capitalist protests, died today in Paris.

Amritsar: Why, when it comes to crimes of empire, ‘sorry’ often comes with a price tag

The Prime Minister stopped short of issuing a full apology on his visit to India

Israeli investigative journalist and gold hunter Yaron Svoray

Israeli scours German lake for Jewish gold looted by Nazis

An Israeli investigative journalist has launched a search for nearly half-a-ton of Jewish-owned gold and platinum believed to have been stolen by the Nazis and dumped in a remote lake north of Berlin during the last days of the Second World War.

Lord Dalmeny, chairman of Sotheby’s auction house, has apologised for a controversial Auschwitz joke at a Tory party fundraiser

Tory fundraiser marked by Auschwitz joke gaffe

Sotheby's chairman apologises for "horrific slip of the tongue"

Lib Dem MP David Ward faces fresh showdown over 'the Jews' comments

A Liberal Democrat MP has been summoned for a fresh showdown with party bosses amid an escalating row over controversial comments he made about atrocities committed by “the Jews”.

Miss: Derek, 2012 onwards

TV comedy: What are you laughing at?

No subject seems taboo for increasingly edgy television comedies – except perhaps the Holocaust

The birthplace of Adolf Hitler in Braunau, Austria

Adolf Hitler's birthplace could be used to help integrate immigrants

Charity hopes to provide language and integration courses

Artist, writer and Holocaust survivor Ceija Stojka dies aged 79

Ceija Stojka, who survived three Nazi death camps and went on to raise the awareness of the Nazi persecution of the Roma in her art and writings, has died. She was 79.

Rupert Murdoch last night personally apologised for a “grotesque, offensive” cartoon in the Sunday Times by Gerald Scarfe

Was Rupert Murdoch right to apologise for Gerald Scarfe's cartoon in the Sunday Times?

The Sunday Times has received complaints of anti-Semitism after a cartoon was published appearing to depict Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu building a brick wall containing the blood and limbs of Palestinians.

Nazi guards at Belzec death camp in occupied Poland in 1942

How the Nazis escaped justice

As the world falls silent in memory of the Holocaust, a new book reveals how many of its architects were helped to live out their days in South America

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