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In an alpine clinic for Jewish TB sufferers, a gauche young businessman thinks himself "outside the whole world and tarnishing it". Parasitic lung patients such as himself, so Ornik wails, "should be destroyed".

Berthold Beitz was honoured for saving hundreds of Jews in occupied Poland during the Second World War

Berthold Beitz: Industrialist who saved hundreds of Jews from the Nazis

Berthold Beitz, who died on 30 July at the age of 99, was honoured for saving hundreds of Jews in Poland during the Second World War and became one of post-war West Germany's leading industrialists.

Shaun Palmer, in stripes, and other young people from the UK in Jerusalem

The Holocaust ambassadors asked to ensure that the crime is never forgotten

How one charity is sending British children to Israel for an education in genocide that they can take home

Simon Callow says he is fascinated by Wagner’s ‘monstrous personality’

Simon Callow gets inside the ‘anti-Semitic, psychotic’ head of Wagner for one-man show

The actor Simon Callow has promised to take audiences to a “dark, murky, unsettling place”, with a new one-man stage show that explores the composer Richard Wagner’s “toxic” and “disgusting” anti-Semitism.

Neo-Nazi Italian GP has bust of Hitler in library

Italy’s dubious relationship with far-right politics is in the spotlight again with news that an unabashed neo-Nazi doctor has been reported to the country’s health ministry.

Paperback review: Ignorance, By Michèle Roberts

Ignorance tells the story of two French girls whose friendship is interrupted by the Second World War.

Postcard from... Berlin

Judges have ruled that the latest hit song from the controversial rap artist Bushido can be sold only to adults.

Ilan Halevi is an Israeli Jew who rose high in the Palestine Liberation Organisation

Fatah pays tribute to Ilan Halevi - an Israeli Jew who ‘defected’ to the PLO

The Fatah movement of Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian premier, is planning a memorial for Ilan Halevi, an Israeli Jew who rose high in the Palestine Liberation Organisation. Palestinians paid tribute after the official PLO news agency, Wafa, confirmed that Mr Halevi had died in Paris on Wednesday aged 69.

Israeli Jewish women, of the Women of the Wall organization, pray

Orthodox protest stops women's group from praying at Jerusalem's Western Wall

Seven thousand Orthodox school children prevented members of a women’s group, who are campaigning for equal worship rights, from praying at Jerusalem’s Western Wall on Monday.

Anti-Semitic teacher loses tribunal claim that his views are a legitimate 'philosophical belief'

The man was sacked after allegations of anti-Semitic abuse

The Archbishop of Canterbury with members of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate in Jerusalem

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby's stance on Palestine to come under scrutiny

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, met members of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate in Jerusalem. He also visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and prayed at the Western Wall.

Restaurant 1701, Bevis Marks Synagogue, London

Well, this is awkward. I've arranged to meet David Baddiel at Restaurant 1701, a smart new kosher restaurant in the grounds of Britain's oldest synagogue, but I'm having trouble finding it. David has phoned me to say he has arrived, and "it's much more Jewish than I was expecting".

Hungary charges Nazi police chief suspect Laszlo Csatary with war crimes

98-year-old accused of overseeing murder of thousand of Jewish prisoners during Second World War

Authors Wu Ming, who refuse to have their faces photographed

Wu Ming on Altai and the political subjectivity of writing as a collective

The Italian socialist authors' sequel to Q has finally been translated into English after a four year wait. James Legge meets half of their number

Jewish families from London and Manchester have been going on holiday in Aberystwyth for 20 years

Orthodox Jews’ annual getaway to Aberystwyth falls foul of health and safety

University authorities have said the holidaymakers are no longer allowed to light candles on a Friday night to usher in Shabbat

Berlin to provide $1bn for Nazis’ Jewish victims

A fund for Jewish victims of Nazi crimes says it has reached an agreement for Berlin to provide $1bn (£655m) in homecare for victims.

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Gallipoli centenary: At dawn, the young remember the young who perished in one of the First World War's bloodiest battles

At dawn, the young remember the young

A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli’s beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice
Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

Follow the money as never before

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