World War II
World War II brought more suffering to humanity than any other event in the 20th century. Nearly 60 million people died throughout six years of war, which saw atomic bombs, cities flattened and the Holocaust. Out of the war sprung the atomic age, the Cold War and the division of Germany.
British Historian Antony Beevor "Putin Wants to Be Feared – Like Stalin and Hitler"
The Summer of Liberation Germans Reflect on the Allies’ Arrival in Europe in 1945
Freeing the Prisoners Two Soldiers Recall the Liberation of Dachau and Auschwitz
German Foreign Minister on the Legacy of the Holocaust "For A Long Time Now, Words Have Not Been Enough"
World War II Anniversary Is Armed Conflict Possible in Today's Europe?
A Hidden Legacy Time for a New Look at Nazi Art
Honoring Stalin The Comeback of a Soviet Dictator
A Nazi Critic and a Gestapo Spy 'You Can't Report Your Own Father!'
Saving a Memorial The Immense Challenge of Preserving Auschwitz
Nazis on the Roof of the World A Bizarre SS Expedition to Tibet
Book of Hate The Bold Attempt to Demystify Hitler's 'Mein Kampf'
Hitler's Bronze Horses How Fans Smuggled Nazi Art To West Germany
Pippi Longstocking's Creator Wartime Diaries Reveal the True Astrid Lindgren
London Mayor Boris Johnson 'We Can't Leave Europe, We're Part of the Continent'
Normandy Secrets Forgotten Nazi Arms Caches a Bonanza for Historians
Art World Hunt The Quest for Hitler's Lost Treasures
Skeletons of the Past Helping Europe's War Dead Find a Final Resting Place
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