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Artist Saves Rosa Parks’ House From Wrecking Ball, Then Rebuilds It Overseas

Artist Saves Rosa Parks’ House From Wrecking Ball, Then Rebuilds It Overseas

When Detroit sought to demolish Rosa Parks' 1950s home, one artist carefully disassembled it and moved it all the way to Berlin.
220-Pound Gold Coin Stolen In Berlin Museum Heist

220-Pound Gold Coin Stolen In Berlin Museum Heist

Both the $4.5 million coin and the thieves are now at large.
Life Inside The Hitler Youth: 44 Revealing Photos

Life Inside The Hitler Youth: 44 Revealing Photos

By 1936, the Hitler Youth had four million members.
Everyday Life In Nazi Germany: 33 Photographs Of “Normal” Life In The Third Reich

Everyday Life In Nazi Germany: 33 Photographs Of “Normal” Life In The Third Reich

Photos of the banal Nazi Germany that only certain populations could enjoy.
Dr. Neubronner’s Pigeon Photographers

Dr. Neubronner’s Pigeon Photographers

The early 20th century brought about a lot firsts — including pigeon photography.
Breitbart Story About Refugees Sexually Assaulting Women On NYE Is Untrue, Police Say

Breitbart Story About Refugees Sexually Assaulting Women On NYE Is Untrue, Police Say

Dozens of refugees did not sexually assault women in Frankfurt, according to local police.
One Of The Last Links To The Nazis’ Inner Circle Dies At 106

One Of The Last Links To The Nazis’ Inner Circle Dies At 106

Brunhilde Pomsel, among the last surviving witnesses to Adolf Hitler's final moments, died this past Friday.
How Drugs Fueled The Nazis’ Rise And Fall

How Drugs Fueled The Nazis’ Rise And Fall

Despite Hitler's anti-drug rhetoric, Nazi Germany used a little courage pill called Pervitin to take Europe by storm. Turns out it was pure methamphetamine.
The Herero Genocide: Germany’s First Mass Murder

The Herero Genocide: Germany’s First Mass Murder

Decades before the Holocaust, the German Empire committed the 20th century's first genocide.
Archaeologists Unearth Pendant With Possible Connection To Anne Frank

Archaeologists Unearth Pendant With Possible Connection To Anne Frank

While digging at a concentration camp site, researchers uncovered a charm with a haunting past.
The Dark Secret of America’s WWII German Death Camps

The Dark Secret of America’s WWII German Death Camps

At the end of World War II, the U.S. opened camps of its own, where perhaps a million German prisoners died in secret.