Nazism

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.

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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

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Review: The Africa Reich

By Rob Minshull, August 30, 2011

By Guy Saville
Hodder, £6.99

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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.

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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.

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Outrage as Kepiro freed

By Toby Axelrod, July 21, 2011

Ephraim Zuroff, chief Nazi hunter of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre, has labelled a Budapest court's decision to acquit an accused Nazi war criminal who was convicted in absentia decades ago a "miscarriage of justice".

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Out-branding the Nazis in Germany

By Toby Axelrod, July 14, 2011

Neo-Nazis in Germany may be unified in their racism, antisemitism and hatred of foreigners. But these days, they do not all look the same.

No longer are right-wing extremists all wearing the Thor Steinar clothing brand, or sporting the skinhead look.

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Nazi soldiers sentenced in Italy for massacre

By Jennifer Lipman, July 7, 2011

Nine former Nazis have been sentenced by an Italian military court for murdering civilians during the Holocaust.

The men, all of whom served as German soldiers, were convicted of killing more than 140 people in a massacre in the northern Italian Apennine mountains region. A further 24 were killed in nearby town.

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Asbo for pensioner's Hitler rants

By Jennifer Lipman, July 7, 2011

A pensioner who subjected her neighbours to "antisemitic" rants and jibes about Hitler for seven years has been given an interim antisocial behaviour order (Asbo)

Edna Beck's abuse included attacks on Muslims, Poles and Germans, while she became known for shouting "Heil Hitler", telling young people they were "Hitler's children" and making the Nazi salute.

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Rare White Rose goes to Holocaust Centre

By Jennifer Lipman, July 7, 2011

A Berlin-born Jew who has built up an extensive collection of documents from the Nazi era has donated a rare resistance leaflet to the Beth Shalom Holocaust centre after reading about the centre's work in the JC.

William Kaczynski, who escaped Germany for Britain at the age of three on the eve of the Second World War, acquired the White Rose leaflet several years ago.

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