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Gitta Sereny, the daughter of a Hungarian aristocrat who dedicated herself to explaining in writing the monstrous acts of individuals from a concentration camp commander to a child murderer, has died. She was 91.

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England squad to visit Auschwitz during Euro 2012

Members of England's Euro 2012 squad will visit the former Nazi death camp at Auschwitz when they travel to Poland ahead of next month's European Championship.

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It is in the nature of many great novels to create worlds of their own, entire ecosystems that may be wildly different from the reader's own experience and are yet so vivid as to become real. The Garden Of The Finzi-Continis is one such.

Allegations of domestic violence and anti-Semitism in recent years have rocked the American star's career

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For two decades, Mel Gibson was at the top of the Hollywood tree. Building on his successes as an actor, he won an Oscar in 1996 for directing Braveheart and routinely commanded salaries of more than $20 million.

DEUTSCHE REICHSBAHN: Under the Nazis, the state railway transported Jews and other prisoners to death camps

German railway fears flood of lawsuits over Holocaust trains

Deutsche Bahn hires law firm to fight off US claims for compensation by Nazi death camp survivors

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Mormons posthumously baptise Anne Frank

Anne Frank, the famous diarist and Holocaust victim, was put to death on account of her Jewish faith. But earlier this month, she was nonetheless secretly co-opted into the Mormon Church.

The Patagonian Hare: A Memoir, By Claude Lanzmann, trans. Frank Wynne

For all his distinguished achievements, and his advanced age (he is 87), Claude Lanzmann still attracts a fair amount of criticism on the Parisian literary scene. On television and radio he has a high-handed style and a hectoring voice, and is never slow to berate interviewers, who are quickly turned into antagonists. On the back of these performances he is most often accused of arrogance and a preening self-regard, along with a tendency to rewrite events with himself as the star attraction.

Jean-Marie Le Pen loses Nazi remark appeal

The founder of France's far right National Front party has been convicted of contesting crimes against humanity for saying the Nazi occupation was not “particularly inhumane”.

Album: Sascha Goetzel, Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra, Music from the Machine Age: Bartók, Holst, Prokofiev, Ravel, Schulhoff (Onyx)

These five pieces ably summarise the ferment of creativity unleashed in the aftermath of the First World War, from Bartók's outrageous ballet suite The Miraculous Mandarin, with its theme of prostitution and murder, and its grotesque dances to Prokofiev's Scythian Suite, a whirling-dervish concatenation of evil gods, monsters, sacrifice and violence.

Lest we forget: Smolen in 2008

Kazimierz Smolen: Auschwitz Museum founder

Kazimierz Smolen survived the concentration camps at Auschwitz and Mauthausen, and went on to co-found the State Museum at Auschwitz-Birkenau. He died on Holocaust Memorial day aged 91.

The Pitchfork Disney, Arcola, London

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