Nazi hunter says Adolf Eichmann's top aide presumed dead in Syria

Dec 2, 2014

Nazi hunter says Adolf Eichmann's top aide presumed dead in Syria

One of the world’s most wanted war criminals, the reputed top lieutenant of Nazi mastermind Adolf Eichmann, is presumed to have died at least four years ago in Syria, where he lived under government protection, a leading Nazi hunter said Monday. Alois Brunner, an ...

Mar 20, 2014

Abe to visit Anne Frank House after vandalism

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam this weekend to express regret over the vandalism at Tokyo libraries of hundreds of books related to the young Holocaust victim, an official said Thursday. Abe will visit the museum Sunday, a ...

Museum to host exhibit honoring Anne Frank

Mar 3, 2014

Museum to host exhibit honoring Anne Frank

A memorial museum in Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture, will host an exhibit to mark the 85th anniversary of Anne Frank’s birth. The Holocaust Education Center will host the exhibition between March 15 and May 3, according to the museum. News of the exhibition follows the ...

Anne Frank's work defaced in libraries

Feb 21, 2014

Anne Frank's work defaced in libraries

Libraries across Tokyo report hundreds of copies of the "Diary of a Young Girl" by Anne Frank and related books have been vandalized, prompting a U.S. Jewish group to call for a probe.

Nazi-themed cafe sparks global ire

Jul 20, 2013

Nazi-themed cafe sparks global ire

From a painting hung high on a blood-red wall, Adolf Hitler peers down on young students eating schnitzel and slurping German beer in Indonesia’s Nazi-themed cafe. The SoldatenKaffee (The Soldiers’ Cafe) opened its doors in the western Javanese city of Bandung in 2011, named ...