It was knit by the girl's grandmother, who was then killed by Nazis, and it kept the child warm as the child endured incredible hardship.
In preparation for war, Hitler wanted to find substitutes for fat-based products—including margarine—in case imported sources were cut off.
Carl Lutz managed to save half of Budapest's Jewish population by exploiting the Nazi's respect for paperwork.
Waitlists, bombings and restrictive U.S. immigration policies thwarted their chances.
The sale brings up the controversial issue of whether putting such artifacts on sale wrongfully encourages the trade of racist symbols and objects.
Austria’s national squad had been known as the 'Wunderteam,' but when conscripted to play for Germany, they were less impressive.
Over 240 men and women volunteered for what might have seemed to be a suicidal mission.
British intelligence called Juan Pujiol Garcia 'Agent Garbo' because he was so good at assuming new identities.
Virginia Hall, a.k.a. the ‘Limping Lady,’ organized sabotage and rescue operations across Vichy France, paving the way for the Allied invasion.
A recently released book details an overheard conversation with Nazi officials as new evidence for an old theory.