The American news agency was involved in covering up the massacres of Jews in Lviv in eastern Poland (now a part of Ukraine) organized by Nazi
occupying forces by allowing Nazi
censors to remove photos documenting thousands of Jewish deaths, so that foreign newspapers only received photos of victims of the Soviet police and Red Army war criminals.
Rachlin, examines Roland Freisler, head of the Nazi
People's Court between 1942 and 1945.
There they are in Garson's collection, uncles, aunts, and sweethearts, Nazis
in good times: Nazis
at weddings, Nazis
singing and dancing, Nazis
showing off new uniforms, marching Nazis
, baby Nazis
, uniformed pre-school Nazis
, teenage Nazis
, beer-swilling Nazis
, smiling Nazis
, happy Nazis.
The poll also showed that 61 per cent of Austrian adults wanted to see a "strong man" in charge of government, and 54 per cent said they thought it would be "highly likely" that the Nazis
would win seats in they were allowed to take part in an election.
He met with Hitler and with such top Nazi
officials as Heinrich Himmler and Adolf Eichmann, exhorting them to continue with their murder of the Jews in Europe and to exterminate the hundreds of thousands of Jews in the Moslem World.
More recently, and now in our own county, extremists display the Nazi
guaranteed the company access to 10,000 slave laborers under Nazi
At the present time, Islamic terrorists, and especially the suicide bombers among them, come closest to the Nazi
true believers, especially in regard to the obsession with identifying, exposing, and destroying evil.
But then I saw a young woman who was actually a saluting Nazi
Despite its attempts to present a more militant image, Social Democracy failed to gain electoral ground from its main competitors, the German Communist Party and the rising Nazi
While this is a lengthy, dense scholarly work with small print, it is clearly written and provides a wonderfully telescopic view of the lived impact of the Nazi
In April 1933, the Nazi
Party called for a boycott of Jewish businesses.
The Priest And The Nazi
by John LeConte is a well crafted novel depicting the story of a highly ranked Nazi
SS Officer and his encounter with a Bavarian Priest upon fleeing a defeated Germany.
The example of Holland is one argument in favour of this position since, after the Dutch bishops had openly and strongly upbraided the Nazi
authorities, the Nazis
widened their search to include hundreds of converts to Catholicism, such as Saint Edith Stein and her sister.