Monday May 13
The World War II battle where Americans and Germans fought on the...
Two weeks after Adolf Hitler committed suicide, German troops and American soldiers fought together to rescue a group of high profile French prisoners in the final days of the war.
SS officers' grandchildren apologize to Holocaust survivors
"We are not to blame for what our fathers did, but as long as there are survivors still alive, we have a responsibility to talk to them, ask forgiveness and try to relieve the terrible pain they are in," said a member of the German YC Dance Group, of which many members are grandchildren and great-grandchildren of SS soldiers .
Geography in the News: Auschwitz Remembered
Once more, ultra-nationalist parties are becoming more involved in Europe's politics.
Holocaust survivors, veterans gather at DC museum
Nearly 1,000 survivors and World War II vets joined with former President Bill Clinton and Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Holocaust activist Elie Wiesel to mark the museum's 20th anniversary.
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Living History: Death camp changed life of Wernersville WWII veteran
As an Army soldier, Frank Stevenson Jr. helped liberate Dachau, the notorious Nazi concentration camp, and its subsidiary camps in late April 1945.
Bill Clinton Joins Holocaust Survivors on Museum's 20th Anniversary
For 20 years, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has reminded visitors of atrocity, grief, and survival.
On this day: April 29
American troops liberate the Dachau concentration camp, the U.S. begins evacuating American citizens from Saigon, Alfred Hitchcock dies, Roger Clemens sets a strikeout record, and riots consume Los Angeles, all on this day.