• Suit Accuses Dutch Museums of Holding On to Nazi-Tainted Art

    Throughout World War II, the Dutch art dealers Benjamin and Nathan Katz sold art they owned, but three generations of the Katz family have argued that their actions were made under duress and have fought for decades to regain possession of scores of works transferred during the war.

  • Nazi Collaborator or National Hero? A Test for Lithuania

    For the tiny village of Sukioniai in western Lithuania, the exploits of General Storm, a local anti-Communist hero executed by the Soviet secret police in 1947, have long been a source of pride. All along, though, there have been persistent whispers that General Storm, whose real name was Jonas Noreika, also helped the Nazis kill Jews.

  • Ex-Nazi Guard in U.S., Now 95, Is Deported to Germany

    A federal judge found that Jakiw Palij had falsely claimed in his visa application that he had worked on his father’s farm in Poland and at a German factory during the period when he was actually serving the Nazis at the Trawniki labor camp in occupied Poland.