Neo-Nazi group is banned

By Toby Axelrod, September 27, 2011

Germany's decision to ban one of the country's largest neo-Nazi organisations has been welcomed by Jewish leaders and Holocaust survivors, who hope for further crackdowns on the far-right.

German Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich said Wednesday that HNG - "national organisation for political prisoners and their relatives" - purports to help criminals become productive members of society, b


Reunification fuelled the neo-Nazi fire

By Liam Hoare, September 22, 2011

Jamel represents the failings of German reunification writ large. A hamlet in the German Land of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, it is a neo-Nazi settlement where people Hitler salute in the street.


Hugo Boss: 'regret' for Holocaust record

By Jennifer Lipman, September 22, 2011

The fashion company Hugo Boss has apologised for its wartime record following the publication of a book revealing new details of its Nazi past.

According to the book the German design firm, founded in 1924, took advantage of the Nazi campaign by using forced labour in its factory.


Nazi accomplice loses US deportation appeal

By Jennifer Lipman, September 21, 2011

A US judge has upheld a deportation order for a man described as an "indispensable" part of the Nazi campaign in the Ukraine.

John Kalymon was found to have voluntarily served in the Nazi-sponsored Ukrainian Auxiliary Police for three years during the Holocaust.


Fight Nazis on the moon with lasers in iPad game

By Jennifer Lipman, September 9, 2011

Ipad users can now take advantage of their cutting-edge technology to "kick some Nazi a**".

For the bargain price of $1.99 owners of the Apple devices can fire lasers at Nazi's attacking the earth from advanced spacecrafts. Players of the "Iron Sky: The Last Territory" game are tasked with defending the earth and destroying its enemies.


Acquitted 'Nazi' dies

By Toby Axelrod, September 8, 2011

Sandor képiró, who died last Saturday, had recently been acquitted by the Buda District Court of complicity in a 1942 massacre of 1,250 civilians, including Jews, Serbs and Roma, in the Serbian city of Novi Sad.


Swastikas fly high in Guernsey

By Jessica Elgot, September 8, 2011

The leader of Jersey's Jewish community has voiced his dismay at reports of high demand for neo-Nazi memorabilia in another of the Channel Islands, Guernsey.

The Guernsey Press reported that a fancy dress shop in Lower Vauvert was having to restock its collection of Nazi flags, because they had proved so popular.

Fancy That manager Jo Francis said the shop had just one swastika flag left fro


Review: The Africa Reich

By Rob Minshull, August 30, 2011

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Neo-Nazis fall for wash and go T-shirt trick

By Jennifer Lipman, August 10, 2011

Anti-extremism campaigners in Germany have hit upon a novel idea to expose neo-Nazi supporters.

A group called Exit Deutschland, which is dedicated to helping people turn away from far-right ideology, set up a stall at a nationalist music festival in the German twon of Gera.


Revulsion over Slovak Nazi bust

By Thomas Orszag-Land, July 21, 2011

The Slovakian government has condemned the erection of a bust of Ferdinand Durcansky, a prominent antisemite who served in the pro-Nazi Slovakian government during the Second World War and was sentenced to death in absentia by Czechoslovakia in 1945.