It sold for three times the expected price.
Signed Copies of Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ Hit the Auction Block
Bidding starts at $20,000 for the two rare early copies of the reviled text
Germany Arrests 3 Nazi Suspects
The elderly men are accused of being accessories to murder
More Art Found in ‘Nazi Trove’
Sixty additional pieces by Picasso, Renoir, Monet and others found among the haul at Cornelius Gurlitt’s Salzburg home.
Top Nazi’s Previously Unseen Letters and Photographs Published in German Newspaper
Heinrich Himmler was considered one of the masterminds behind the Holocaust
Germany Cool to Obama NSA Reforms
Pledge to restrict snooping on foreign leaders doesn’t placate ally
Meet the Nazi Hunter: Israel’s Efraim Zuroff Helps German Court Case
Efraim Zuroff never aspired to become the world’s most prominent Nazi hunter. Growing up in Brooklyn in the 1960s, his dream was to be the first Orthodox Jew to play basketball in the NBA. That would have been a career, he says, …
Germany to Help Destroy Syria’s Chemical Weapons
Government accepts request from U.N. and OPCW
German Charged in Infamous World War II Massacre
88-year-old man may face trial for participating in one of the worst Nazi massacres on French soil.
Angela Merkel Fractures Pelvis in Cross-Country Skiing Accident
The German chancellor is forced to clear her daybook to recover from the broken bone and severe bruising
68 Years Later, World War II Claims Another Life
An unexploded bomb kills one and injures 13 others in Germany
Fans Pay Respect on Michael Schumacher’s Birthday
Ferrari clubs plan silent vigil outside hospital for seven-time Formula One champion
Merkel Compared NSA To Stasi in Complaint To Obama
Merkel has been a fierce critic of the NSA spying tactics abroad.