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The Polish Ballerina Who Shot Nazis on Her Way to the Gas Chamber

The story of Franceska Mann's brave act of resistance at Auschwitz has become Holocaust legend. But how much do we actually know of her story?
Dee Cunning
1.4.18
trauma
trauma

The Holocaust Survivor Using Her Trauma to Help Veterans

After escaping Auschwitz, Dr. Edith Eger went on to become a world-renowned clinical therapist who's creating new tools to tackle PTSD.
Mitchell Sunderland
9.10.17
politics
politics

The Forgotten Horror of Ravensbrück, the Nazi Concentration Camp for Women

In 1946, a group of female guards stood trial for war crimes committed at an all-women concentration camp. Seventy years on, why does Ravensbrück remain a footnote in history?
Mary McGill
12.5.16
RACISM
RACISM

Somehow, Nazi Beauty Pageants Still Exist

This month, a British Neo-Nazi group named a young Scottish women "Miss Hitler 2016."
Candace Bryan
7.5.16
politics
politics

Winston Churchill Was a Racist Warmonger Who Tried to Sterilize the Mentally Ill

The "British Bulldog" is celebrated as a defeater of Nazis and champion of democracy. But he also hated Indian people, loved eugenics, and advocated for poison gas.
Zing Tsjeng
6.8.16
Conspiracies
Conspiracies

Can't Shake It Off: How Taylor Swift Became a Nazi Idol

Nazis and members of the "alt-right" consider Taylor Swift an Aryan pop queen who is “red pilling” America into a race war through her pop hits.
Mitchell Sunderland
5.23.16
history
history

How the Nazis Really Felt About Witchcraft

From "Ancient Aliens" to the "Daily Mail," many have sought to weigh in on the Nazis' supposed obsession with the occult. Following the recent discovery of a massive Nazi "occult library" in the Czech Republic, we asked a historian about Heinrich...
Lauren Oyler
3.29.16