More than 2,100 people have signed a petition asking the police to protect Liverpool’s Jewish community from a neo-Nazi rally in the city.
The White Man March, organised by far-right group National Action, is due to take place in the city centre on August 15, a Shabbat.
Britain released “hundreds” of suspected Nazi war criminals after the Holocaust, according to a leading historian.
The Croatian national football team has been docked a point after a swastika was displayed on the pitch before a European Championship qualifier.
The penalty is understood to be the most serious ever imposed by Uefa, the governing body of European football.
A leading Nazi-hunter has called on the Danish government to arrest a 90-year-old suspected war criminal.
Efraim Zuroff, Israel director of the Wiesenthal Centre, submitted a claim against Helmuth Leif Rasmussen, who now calls himself Helmuth Rasboel, on Tuesday afternoon.
The country is bristling with new ideas and new methods… I have found fresh hope and renewed confidence.”
So wrote the Conservative MP Sir Arnold Wilson after one of the seven visits he paid to Nazi Germany between 1933 and 1937.
The remains of 86 Jewish people sent to Nazi gas chambers in 1943 have been found at a forensic medicine institute in Strasbourg in France.
They were found by historian Raphael Toledano and included bodies that were dismembered and burnt and a jar of “skin fragments” from a gas chamber victim.
4a>Board of Deputies president Jonathan Arkush4b> has condemned criticism of the Queen after a film of her giving a Nazi salute was revealed.
During a Board plenary on Sunday, Mr Arkush also spoke of the Royal Family's warm relations with the Jewish community.
Oskar Gröning, the “book-keeper of Auschwitz” who was 1a>jailed this week1b>, escaped prosecution in Britain in 1947, it has been revealed.
Gröning, now aged 94, 1a>was sentenced to four years imprisonment1b> for his role in the murder of 300,000 Jews during the Holocaust.
A former SS guard known as the “book-keeper of Auschwitz” has been sentenced to four years in prison for aiding the murder of at least 300,000 Jews.
Oscar Groening, now aged 94, was sentenced in court in the north German city of Lueneburg.
He had stood trial 2a>in front of Holocaust survivors and victims’ relatives2b> over the past four months.
Prague’s main railway station could be named after Sir Nicholas Winton, the “British Schindler” who saved the lives of 669 Jewish Czech children from the Nazis during the Second World War.
1a>Sir Nicholas died aged 106 last week1b>. He was responsible for rescuing the children before they were sent to concentration camps.