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Hidden Nazi cache revealed in Hagen

Heritage Daily 05 Aug 2021
Stadtarchiv Hagen (city archives of Hagen) ... The discovery has already been described as “a time capsule from the Nazi era”, which experts say will provide a valuable insight into the inner workings of the NSV, especially when many official documents and archives were either destroyed or hidden following Allied advances.
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What's on? 10 top TV and streaming tips for Tuesday

RTE 03 Aug 2021
. Pick of the Day. The Equalizer, 9.00pm, Sky Witness. Streaming on NOW TV ... Please review their details and accept them to load the content.Manage Preferences ... They describe a city devastated by Fascism, bombings, Nazi occupation and the Allied invasion, combined with archive footage of Naples in later years, as life returned to the city ... Tokyo 2020 ... .
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Why Rudolph Hess Was the Last Casualty of WW II

Black Hills Pioneer 02 Aug 2021
For 20 years after Germany’s surrender Spandau Prison had housed a number of high- ranking German leaders and all but Hess were released even though they had played a more active leadership role in Nazi Germany for a much longer period of time ... “No one will ever be able to prove that this old Nazi didn’t kill himself.”.
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This Soviet sabotage maestro orchestrated political killings abroad & spied for the USSR

Russia Beyond 27 Jul 2021
He warned the Soviet Union about the Nazi invasion and allegedly decapitated the country’s political enemies ... Archive photo ... Archive photo ... Korotkov’s mission was to establish connections with sleeper agents in Nazi Germany and provide the Soviet Union with intelligence on the Nazi’s military research and development ... Archive photo.
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Nazis knew about The Great Escape: Secret files show SS Commanders 'let mass breakout go ...

The Daily Mail 25 Jul 2021
Nazi leaders knew about The Great Escape in advance and let it go ahead because they wanted to make an example of the ringleaders, it is claimed ... But long-lost documents found in the National Archives suggest the Nazis wanted the break-out to go ahead, so Himmler could cold-bloodedly hunt down the brave airmen and punish them.
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Yad Vashem marks Olympics with online exhibitions of Jewish, non-Jewish athletes

Cleveland Jewish News 23 Jul 2021
The first, “Jews and Sports Before the Holocaust ... Italian cyclist Gino Bartali. Credit. Yad Vashem Photo Archives ... During the Holocaust, some of these bonds would prove beneficial in helping save Jewish athletes, when their non-Jewish counterparts risked their own lives to rescue their Jewish compatriots from Nazi persecution ... Yad Vashem Archives ... .
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Super Channel Commissions Go Button Media For ‘Secret Nazi Expeditions’

Videoage 22 Jul 2021
Go Button Media has been commissioned by Super Channel for the new series Secret Nazi Expeditions ... Drawing on new evidence and original research, combined with expert commentary, rare archive film, contemporary footage and stylish recreations, Secret Nazi Expeditions will undoubtedly prove a big hit with our viewers.” ....
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Cannes and COVID go together like a horse and carriage

People's World 22 Jul 2021
Context, an astute assembly of footage from German and Russian archives that tells the story of the Nazi invasion of Ukraine and most particularly of the murder of over 33,000 Jews and the burying of their bodies in the Babi Yar ravine outside Kiev.
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Here's how neo-Nazis hijacked the legendary 'Internet Archive' to spread propaganda and recruitment tools

Raw Story 20 Jul 2021
"In recent years, neo-Nazis, antisemites and other white supremacist and racist groups have been using the San Francisco-based Internet Archive (archive.org) for spreading their propaganda and incitement online," wrote Stalinsky ... According to Stalinsky, the Internet Archive's ...
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US and Germany join in Holocaust education push

The American Israelite 01 Jul 2021
Antony Blinken, the U.S ... The United States she added was funding a tour through Germany and Poland of the Arolsen ArchivesStolen Memory” exhibit, which features mementos that Nazis stole from Jews. The Arolsen Archives, based in Germany, is the largest repository of Holocaust-era documents and materials, governed by eleven nations. .
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When a fishmonger went to war: Never-before-seen pictures show SAS hero in action behind enemy ...

The Daily Mail 24 Jun 2021
The archive is being sold at Bosleys auctioneers, of Marlow, Buckinghamshire, on June 30 and is expected to fetch up to £300 ... Members of the SAS pose with a Nazi flag while in France ... A German Nazi flag is held aloft as they move closer to securing Allied victory ... The archive being sold also includes his combat knife, ID bracelet and SAS badges.
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80 years ago, Hitler picked a fight that may have cost him World War II

Business Insider 22 Jun 2021
US National Archives Early on June 22, 1941, the largest invasion in the history of warfare kicked off ... on June 22, 1941, Nazi Germany launched Operation Barbarossa, the largest invasion in the history of warfare ... Soviet planes flying over Nazi positions near Moscow in December 1941. RIA Novosti archive, image #2564/Samaryi Guraryi/CC-BY-SA 3.0.
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The true story behind ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ comes to theaters

The Am-Pol Eagle 19 Jun 2021
This creative doc will be in movie theaters nationwide for one day only on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. Narrated in English, by Antonina Żabiński, Of Animals and Men shows the surreal atmosphere of the Zoo before the war using archived footage, as well as the poignant events that occurred once the Nazis invaded Poland. For tickets visit ... Add your opinion. .
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Experts: Remains near Auschwitz probably post-war German

Beaumont Enterprise 17 Jun 2021
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish experts say human remains uncovered this month near the former Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz date to after World War II, and most probably belonged to German soldiers taken prisoner by Soviet forces ... Nazi forces occupying Poland ...
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Remembering the Nazi war crime trials at Nuremberg 75 years on

RTE 15 Jun 2021
the Nuremberg trials told the story of the full horrors of Nazi war crimes in concentration and death camps ... The prosecution’s case was based on a mountain of documentation from captured German archives together with eyewitness accounts of Nazi war crimes ... Yes, the Nazis had committed war crimes but so, too, had the allies.

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