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Nazi Germany

Germany in the age of national socialism from 1934 to 1945

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September 10, 2021
The Economic Times
The answer could lead to more questions, such as whether the Nazis might have had enough uranium to create a critical reaction. And, if the Nazis had been successful in building an atomic bomb, what would that have meant for the war?
Science X staff
August 24, 2021
During World War II, Nazi Germany and the U.S. were racing to develop nuclear technology. Before Germany could succeed, Allied forces disrupted the program and confiscated some of the cubes of uranium at the heart of it. The ultimate fate of most of that uranium is unknown, but a few cubes thought to be associated with the program are in the U.S. and Europe. Today, scientists report initial results from new methods being developed to confirm their provenance. The techniques might also help with investigations into illicit trafficking of nuclear material.
LZ Granderson
August 4, 2021
Los Angeles Times
After a taste of being unmasked, it's hard to go back. But life is worth it.
July 30, 2021
A post on the party's official Facebook page eatured a picture of a yellow Star of David with the word "unvaccinated" on it
Hannah Fry
July 26, 2021
Los Angeles Times
Basilico's in Orange County has long pushed back against any coronavirus restrictions or safety measures.
July 21, 2021
The Holocaust is largely regarded as one of the bloodiest and most horrific genocides in human history. At the height of Nazism, Adolf Hitler ordered the murder of European Jews in German-controlled Europe. Between 1941 and 1945, Nazi Germany and its allies killed almost six million Jews in mass killings, brutal labor in concentration camps, and death chambers. Despite the fact that Nazism has been abolished and anti-Semitism is widely condemned, some of the scars caused by the murderous h...
July 3, 2021
Saturday's Google Doodle celebrates Ludwig Guttmann, a Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany who is considered the founder of the Paralympic movement.
James Crisp
June 30, 2021
The Telegraph
Subtitling service displayed the controversial first verse as Germany sang its national anthem before its match against England at Wembley
Telegraph Video
May 5, 2021
The Telegraph
Helicopters and military jets flew over Moscow city center, the Kremlin, and the Red Square
Benjamin Brimelow
February 28, 2021
Business Insider
The Norwegian commandos who set out on Operation Gunnerside knew what their objective was but not what was at stake.
Jake Lahut
February 11, 2021
Business Insider
Sen. Ted Cruz blasted Disney for firing Star Wars actress and fellow Texan Gina Carano after she made a Holocaust comparison on Instagram.
Connor Perrett
January 10, 2021
Business Insider
Schwarzenegger detailed growing up in "the ruins of a country that lost its democracy" and compared US democracy to his "Conan the Barbarian" sword.
December 7, 2020
The first 800,000 doses will go to people over 80 who are either hospitalized or already have outpatient appointments scheduled, along with nursing home ...
Lord Ashcroft
November 13, 2020
The Telegraph
Paddy Mayne is the most controversial Special Forces hero in history and the subject of a new BBC drama. So why wasn't he fully recognised?
Jennifer Bisset
November 5, 2020
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Sarah Scoles
July 24, 2020
Scientists have used Mars jars to study questions in astrobiology for decades. Many didn't know where they come from.
Telegraph reporters
May 6, 2020
The Telegraph
Here, we look back at The Daily Telegraph's coverage of Victory in Europe Day
Edward Bodmer
March 6, 2020
the Guardian
Arnold Bodmer went to Britain as a child refugee from Nazi Germany. His ideas continue to have relevance in theoretical physics
Senay Boztas
January 18, 2020
The Telegraph
Members of a Dutch body advising on Nazi looted art claims have been accused of bias in a case involving a €20 million Kandinsky painting in Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum.
December 11, 2019
O'Brien dubbed the bill as unconstitutional and said there are clauses in it that are similar to what the Nazis had introduced.
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