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Ingrid Carlberg’s book RAOUL WALLENBERG: The Biography has 3 parts: the early years; Budapest heroism; and the family’s post-war attempts to get him home. I have concentrated on the first two parts, backed up by Jan Larsson’s journal article. A...

At a ceremony in Hamburg, the German president praised The Times as “a flagship of freedom of the press” and “a beacon of reason in an age of rampant unreason.”...

When hatred of Israel trumps the common good and common sense The post Israel Cancels European Exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls Because of This Stupid Reason appeared first on RedState.

I don’t want to fall back on hackneyed old stereotypes, but right now German rugby is hardly the paragon of efficiency that one might normally associate with that country.I am referring of course to the fact that the German national team decided to...

Within the framework of an international cooperation project, the Research Centre and Museum for Human Behavioral Evolution MONREPOS in Neuwied, an institution of the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz (RGZM), has been conducting excavations o...

Otto Plath (1885-1940) was the father of poet Sylvia Plath (1932-63) but nobody seemed to know much about him. Scholars of Plath now have newly discovered FBI files, not knowing that biologist Otto had ever been investigated over alleged pro-German s...

As exciting as it may be go on an online shopping spree for Black Friday, there is a human price to be paid: thousands of warehouse workers often have to commit many exhausting hours to making sure your orders arrive on time. And some Amazon warehou...