“Operation Last Chance” was launched on Tuesday and offers the German public a grand total of 25,000 euro ($33,000) for any information pertaining to surviving suspects complicit in World War II hate crimes.
The badly-damaged Second World War aircraft was transported more than 200 miles in June from Kent to RAF Cosford in Shropshire. (The badly-damaged Second World War aircraft was transported more than 200 miles in June from Kent to RAF Cosfo...
Muhammad Isma'il Salama is a blogger who also occasionally publishes articles in various Egyptian papers. In an article he published recently in the newspaper of the Egyptian party Al-Wafd, he wrote that the figure of six million Jewish Holocaust victims was exaggerated and contradicts testimony and historical documents regarding the number of Jews who lived in Europe at the time. According to Salama, the Jews wished to convince the world they were victims of the Nazis in order to extort millions of dollars in compensation from Germany.
Philly.com Accused Nazi still has Chesco address Philly.com Organizations such as the Simon Wiesenthal Center keep tabs on individuals around the world who have been accused of Nazi war crimes; this year, Szehinskyj made the center's most-wanted...
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