Liberation of Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz received relatively little international attention at the time
Historians continue to debate whether Winston Churchill, one of history's most complex figures, deserves a place in Britain's pantheon
Critics say the redevelopment of Prora, a Nazi seaside 'paradise', affirms Hitler's vision
SS leader referred to himself as a 'beast' and 'wild man' in letters that fuelled his sexual fantasies
Events held across UK on 27 January mark liberation of Auschwitz in 1945
Authorities don't know where he is, but 1,406 works found in his flat are 'dirty, but undamaged'
German authorities believe Munich pensioner Cornelius Gurlitt was selling masterpieces 'one-by-one'
Jews horrified as papers reveal one of 'the most murderous' Nazis was given grave in central Berlin
As Noel Annan wrote, nothing can even the score for the horrors of the concentration camps
State finally agrees to pay out $10m to survivors of 'appalling' eugenics programme