Man arrested after training dog to perform Nazi salute

By Josh Jackman, May 10, 2016

Police have arrested a man who trained a dog to perform a Nazi salute on cue.

Markus Meechan, 28, posted a video online showing him encouraging his girlfriend’s pug Buddha to make the offensive gesture by asking him: “Buddha - do you want to gas the Jews?” and saying “sieg heil” while giggling.


Supermarket apologises for using Nazi quote in advert

By Josh Jackman, April 19, 2016

The company that sponsored an advert quoting a key Nazi has apologised for offending readers and admitted that it was “wrong.”

The advert, which ran on page 10 of the Evening Standard on Friday, provoked six complaints after using a passage from Joseph Goebbels’s diary that read: “The Jews have deserved the catastrophe that has now overtaken them.”


Swastika graffiti daubed on Manchester tram

By Marcus Dysch, January 22, 2016

Antisemitic graffiti has been daubed on a tram, leaving transport bosses searching for the culprit.

Swastikas and the word “Nazi” were drawn onto a seat in Manchester.

The vehicle was taken out of service after a passenger spotted the graffiti during a journey to the city centre earlier this week.


Revealed: shame of the Nazi who hated the Nazis

By Nissan Tzur, January 7, 2016

"Those animals. I would like to throw some of those dogs under the tram."

Wilm Hosenfeld, the Nazi officer who famously saved the life of musician Wldyslaw Szpilman - an act commemorated in Roman Polanski's Holocaust film The Pianist - could not bear his anger towards his fellow soldiers.


Board's cautious welcome for Mein Kampf publication

By JC Reporter, December 27, 2015

The Board of Deputies has given a cautious welcome to the publication of Adolf Hitler’s notorious book Mein Kampf for the first time since the Second World War.

A new edition of the work, which details the Nazi leader’s antisemitic beliefs, is to be released in January by the Instistute of Contemporary History in Munich, with extensive annotations explaining the historical context.


Swastika spray-painted on wall in Highgate

By Josh Jackman, November 17, 2015

A swastika has been spray-painted on a wall in north London.

The offensive black sign left below the Jackson’s Lane street sign near Highgate tube station was spotted on Tuesday.

Jewish couple Michael and Clarissa Israel reported the graffiti, with Mr Israel telling the Evening Standard that it had left him “shocked.”


Helmut Schmidt, a Nazi Youth leader who had Jewish ancestry, dies aged 96

By Naomi Firsht, November 10, 2015

The former Chancellor of West Germany Helmut Schmidt has died aged 96.

Mr Schmidt was West German Chancellor from 1974 until 1982 during the height of the Cold War.

His relationship with the Jewish community and possible ties to the Nazi party remained ambiguous during his life.


Ben Carson claims gun ownership could have saved more Jews from the Holocaust

By Josh Jackman, October 9, 2015

A Republican presidential candidate has been condemned for saying that Holocaust victims might have stopped the genocide if they had been armed.


Croatia football team employs former player who led Nazi chant

By Josh Jackman, September 22, 2015

The Croatian national football team has hired an assistant who was previously banned for 10 games after leading fans in a Nazi chant.


Men claim to have found Nazi train carrying stolen gold

By Jessica Weinstein, August 21, 2015

Two men have claimed to have found an Nazi-era train carrying loot – stolen from Jews - that disappeared without a trace during the Second World War.

The men – one Pole and one German – filed the claim in the south-west Polish town of Walbrzych, where, according to Polish law, treasure finders can keep 10 per cent of the value of their discovery.