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The Dirty History of the Nuremberg Laws
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Historical anniversaries are typically an occasion for remembrance, but the content of what and why we remember is always changing -- and sometimes a matter of argument. Historical anniversaries are typically an occasion for remembrance, but the content of what and why we remember is always changing.

Hitler's Delusions of Artistic Grandeur
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It's well known that Adolf Hitler dabbled in watercolor and that the Führer and his Nazi underlings amassed vast stashes of ill-begotten works of art, but according to art historian Birgit Schwarz, Hitler's artistic streak ran deeper into the dark zones of his psyche than most people realize.

Holocaust-Denying Bishop's Apology Falls Flat at Vatican

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The powers that be at the Vatican (at least the earthly variety) are even more upset with Bishop Richard Williamson now that he has apologized. After drawing outrage last month when he claimed that no Jews died in gas chambers during the Holocaust, he made an apology this week. The papacy found it inadequate, to say the least.

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