Rapper Snoop Dogg posted an image of a swastika lurking behind the American flag, a troubling post considering his love for Louis Farrakhan, a hate preacher who once praised Adolf Hitler as a ‘very great man.’
The eight-line poem, half of which was copied from a Dutch book of verse, is dated March 28, 1942, shortly before Anne and her family went into hiding from the Netherlands’ wartime Nazi occupiers in a secret apartment in an Amsterdam canal house.
Seventy years after the most daring attempt of Jewish Holocaust survivors to seek revenge against their former tormentors, the leader of the plot has only one simple regret — that to his knowledge he didn’t actually succeed in killing any Nazis.
H.A. Rey and Margret Rey, the husband-and-wife team behind Curious George, the multimillion-selling children’s franchise, were Jewish refugees during World War II, fleeing from Paris in 1940 on homemade bicycles.
The exhibition includes a wide range of anti-Jewish stickers from before and during the Nazi era, carrying messages such as “Jews out” and “You have bought from Jews! We are watching.” There are also some illegal flyers from the Nazi era, one saying “Down with Hitler.”
AP willingly accepted the censorship of the Reich Propaganda Ministry and signed the Nazi Schriftleitergesetz (editor’s law), promising not to publish anything “calculated to weaken the strength of the Reich abroad or at home,” says Harriet Scharnberg.
Arab Member of Knesset Hanin Zoabi (Joint Arab List), who has a well-documented history of anti-Israel rhetoric, on Sunday compared Israeli government policies to those exercised by the Nazis in the 1930s.
Ingeborg Syllm-Rapoport wasn't allowed to defend her doctoral thesis in 1938 under the Nazis because she was part-Jewish. Nearly eight decades later, she became Germany's oldest recipient of a doctorate at age 102.