Over 70 Years After The Holocaust, Poland Just Passed This Bill

World | The Conversation
Supporters of the far-right National Radical Camp (ONR) gather in support of the Holocaust bill in front of the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, February 5, 2018. Agencja Gazeta/Dawid Zuchowicz via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. POLAND OUT.

‘It represses freedom of speech’

Around The World In 80 Days, Day 15: Japan, A Post-War Miracle And Model

Opinion | Larry Alex Taunton

But the country lacks the central doctrine of the Christian faith: grace.

German Police Successfully Diffuse World War II-Era Bombs

World | Eric Lieberman
HANOVER, GERMANY - MAY 07: Elderly people from a senior care facility wait to board a bus as part of the evacuation of 50,000 people. (Photo by Alexander Koerner/Getty Images)

Whole town evacuated

Tens Of Thousands To Evacuate After Massive WWII Bomb Found In German Town

World | Ryan Pickrell
A member of Dortmund's Fire Department watches as a World War Two 1.8-ton (4000-lb) HC unexploded ordnance is removed after being successfully defused in Dortmund November 3, 2013. Some 20,000 people within a 1.5-km (0.93-mile) radius of the site where the ordnance was discovered via aerial photography last week, were evacuated on Sunday to enable the bomb disposal. The bomb had been dropped by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) during World War Two. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

‘Blockbuster’ known for destroying whole streets

Dunkirk Homogenized

Opinion | Richard M. Langworth
Winston Churchill (PHOTO: Wikipedia)

Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster film fails to include key contextual details of Britain’s position in the beginning of WWII

Meet The American Hero Who Led A Bayonet Charge In WWII

US | Marc Sterne
U.S. reinforcements land on Omaha beach during the Normandy D-Day landings near Vierville sur Mer, France, on June 6, 1944 in this handout photo provided by the US National Archives. On June 6, 1944, allied soldiers descended on the beaches of Normandy for D-Day - an operation that turned the tide of the Second World War against the Nazis, marking the beginning of the end of the conflict. Today, as many around the world prepare to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the landings, pictures of Normandy's now-touristy beaches stand in stark contrast to images taken around the time of the invasion. But while the landscape has changed, the memory of the momentous event lives on. Reuters photographer Chris Helgren compiled a series of archive pictures taken during the 1944 invasion and then went back to the same places, to photograph them as they appear today. Picture taken June 6, 1944. REUTERS/Cpt Herman Wall/US National Archives/Handout via Reuters

The Germans were not expecting this attack

Pentagon Documents: Astronaut John Glenn's Body Disrespected At Military Mortuary

Energy | Andrew Follett
Astronaut John H. Glenn, Jr., is pictured during the Mercury-Atlas 6 spaceflight becoming the first American to orbit Earth, February 20, 1962, in this handout photo taken by a camera onboard the spacecraft, provided by NASA. Launched from Cape Canaveral Launch Complex 14, Glenn's Mercury-Atlas 6 "Friendship 7" spacecraft completed a successful three-orbit mission. The flight lasted a total of 4 hours, 55 minutes, and 23 seconds before the spacecraft splashed down in the ocean. REUTERS/NASA/Handout.

‘Clearly inappropriate and personally shocking’

Germany Evacuates 50,000 After Authorities Unearth Five WWII-Era Bombs

World | Eric Lieberman
HANOVER, GERMANY - MAY 07: Elderly people from a senior care facility wait to board a bus as part of the evacuation of 50,000 people. (Photo by Alexander Koerner/Getty Images)

Second largest ever for the country

Chuck Schumer, NY Times & Fake World War II News

Opinion | Mark Schulte
New York Times Getty Images/Mario Tama

How credible is our newspaper of record?

The Historical Narrative May Be Written By Emotion

Opinion | Dale Schlundt

We should be aware of how emotions may contradict rational decisions.

Hitler's 'Most Destructive Weapon' Sells For $243,000

World | Eric Lieberman
A picture dated 1939 shows German Nazi Chancellor and dictator Adolf Hitler (C) consulting a geographical survey map with his general staff including Heinrich Himmler (L) and Martin Bormann (R) at an unlocated place during World War II. (Photo credit: AFP/Getty Images)

‘He could still smell burning flesh’

German Gov't Questions System Designed To Block Another Hitler In Wake Of Terror Attacks

World | Jacob Bojesson
Police stands guard at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche Christmas market in Berlin

‘Fight against international terrorism is fragmented’

Sales Skyrocket For Special Edition Of 'Mein Kampf' In Germany

World | Robert Donachie
A copy of Adolf Hitler's book "Mein Kampf" (My Struggle) from 1940 is pictured in Berlin, Germany, in this picture taken December 16, 2015. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

‘These sales figures have taken us by storm’

World War II-Era Bomb Ruins Christmas For 54,000 Germans

World | Russ Read
A B-17G bomber comes in for landing in Cambridgeshire, UK. Source: IanC66/Shutterstock.com

Residents of Augsburg will be evacuated Christmas morning