In the West, the Nazi Führer is thought of as a genocidal maniac — everywhere else, he’s considered a political inspiration.
No, that Indian dessert named after the Führer isn’t an homage to his genocidal ways. Many Indians see the Nazi leader as a fool—and the reasons why are historically complex.
Adolf Hitler is remembered as many things: a genocidal warmonger, a hateful ideologue, a failed art student. But the phrase "drug addict" is usually not high among the list of epithets. A new documentary, to be aired this weekend by...
TOO GOOD TO CHECK: Nazi Genocide Rooted in Hitler’s Belief of a Global Ecological Crisis (One Caused by the Jews).
The adventure stories of Karl May set in the American Southwest have charmed millions of Germans, but especially Hitler, who patterned Nazi policies on their plots.