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Nazi War Criminal Alois Brunner Declared Dead

Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner has been officially declared dead, though he is thought to have passed some time in 2010. Brunner, an Austrian Schutzstaffel (SS) officer, and the “best man” to Nazi SS-Obersturmbannführer (lieutenant colonel) Adolf Eichmann, is responsible for the execution of roughly 128,500 European Jews during the Holocaust. He was convicted of crimes against humanity, and was …

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Nicki Minaj Spotted With “New Jewish Boyfriend”

Nicki Minaj got in trouble recently after she released the video for “Only”, her collaboration with Drake, Chris Brown, and Lil Wayne. The rapper was accused of using Nazi imagery in her video, and despite the fact that Minaj has apologized on her Twitter, she’s still being hounded by questions about the controversy. TMZ caught up with Minaj when she …

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Nicki Minaj And Skylar Grey Collaborate On New Song “Bed Of Lies”

Last week at the MTV Europe Music Awards, Nicki Minaj debuted a new song called “Bed of Lies”. The track is a collaboration with Skylar Grey. A full version of the ballad was released on November 15 as the fourth single from Minaj’s upcoming album, The Pinkprint. The song marks a shift in Minaj’s style, with “Bed of Lies” being …

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Eva Braun, Adolf Hitler Had Sex Without Touching?

Eva Braun and her lover and eventual husband, Adolf Hitler, may have had some weird intercourse tendencies according to novelist Martin Amis. Amis is an award-winning author and historical researcher of everything Nazi and Hitler. His first book on the subject, written 23 years ago, was Time’s Arrow and covered many aspects of Hitler’s life, Eva Braun, and Nazi Germany. …

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Chelsea Handler Receives Backlash For Hitler Parody

Chelsea Handler is no stranger to controversy. However, it seems like her latest parody on her late night talk show Chelsea Lately, may have crossed the line, and she is now being called “tasteless, offensive and hurtful.” During an episode that aired on Monday, July 14, Chelsea did a Hitler parody on the show with her friend Chuy dressed up …

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Majdanek Death Camp: 20 Former Guards Probed By Nazi Investigators

German Nazi investigators have identified 20 guards that served at the Majdanek death camp. They could face charges in Germany for being accessories to murder at the death camp. Thomas Will, who is the lead investigator, said that 30 suspects were identified, but out of those 30, 10 had already died. The remaining 20 men and women all reside in …

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Treblinka Camp Secrets: More Proof Holocaust Existed

NBC News tells us of the grim secrets recently found by archaeologists at a Nazi death camp. The findings were also documented by filmmakers and shown Saturday on the Smithsonian television channel. Treblinka is an Eastern Poland Nazi camp that claimed thousands of Jewish citizens in the early 1940s. The camp was destroyed by the Germans in 1943. After the …

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Anne Frank Literature: 265 Books Destroyed in Tokyo

Since January, a vandal has been making the rounds, ripping pages out of Anne Frank books in libraries across Tokyo, Japan. Police investigators have counted a total of 265 damaged books. One of the most renowned, historical books of the Holocaust victim includes The Diary of a Young Girl, which details a firsthand account of Anne Frank’s experience. Evidence has …

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Tom Perkins: Another Person Clueless About Holocaust

Tom Perkins represents a number of people who have this annoying tendency to make references to historic events without bothering to know what it is they are actually talking about. A person who is a stickler for perfect grammar or who calls themselves a feminist might be referred to as a “Nazi”. If someone thinks of you as a tyrant …

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Former SS Soldier Charged With 70-Year Old Massacre

A former SS soldier, now an 88 year old man identified only as Werner C, is being charged by German prosecutors for allegedly taking part in a 1944 massacre of 642 people in the French village of Oradour-sur-Glane, during World War II. Although the accused was in fact in Oradour-sur-Glane at the time Nazi soldiers slaughtered most of the village, …

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Erich Priebke: Nazi Criminal, Funeral Sparks Protest

Erich Priebke, a German Nazi war criminal, died last week. His body was being transported in order to hold a funeral for him, and was forced to be called off, due to the amount of controversy that surrounds the case. He recently died under house arrest, while serving a life sentence for the killing of more than 300 civilians. He …

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Auschwitz Guards Under Investigation

The atrocities inflicted almost 70 years ago during World War II may be gone, but they are certainly not forgotten. The German special prosecutors’ office responsible for investigating Nazi war crimes has released recommendations to consider charges against Auschwitz guards serving during that time. Though the acts have gone unpunished for decades, recent investigative efforts have unearthed information that may …

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